Thanks to Jacquie Rogers for tagging me for the 777 Challenge on Facebook, and for sharing her excerpt from Much Ado About Mavericks. This is the challenge:
Here’s the excerpt from Dearest Druid, book 3 in my Texas Druids trilogy. Sorry, no cover available yet. This scene takes place after Choctaw Jack, an Indian cowboy, saves Rose Devlin from being injured by an enraged mustang. Jack sustains a minor wound and Rose tends it – without using her magical healing power. Now she’s worried about him.
Rose lay tossing and turning in her bed. The house was silent. No doubt everyone else had long since fallen asleep. Not her. Her mind kept dwelling on Jack, wondering if she’d been wrong not to use her healing power on his wound. Truly, it ought to heal well enough on its own if he didn’t get it dirty. If he did, infection might set in, leading to far worse trouble.
She could have saved herself the worry, and him a good deal of discomfort, by laying her hands on his torn flesh, but she hadn’t wanted to confirm his suspicion that she possessed some sort of magic. What if he went around telling everyone? She couldn’t chance that. They’d likely believe her a witch, as many had done when she was a girl in Chicago, and in the convent after . . . . No! She refused to relive the dreadful events leading to her expulsion by Mother Superior – and the horror that followed.
Now here are the 7 authors I’m tagging. Click each name to visit the author’s blogs. Come on, cowgirls, give us a taste of your next great book!