Honey's Love

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Honey Johnston lives a life that many envy. A fine house and furnishings, and a job at the Wells Fargo Office. Yet she has sorrow, too. Her life revolves around her sickly 2-year old son, and she tries everything to bring him a good life. She thinks she is coping fairly well until half-breed Waco Carter steps into her life. He turns her thoughts upside down. Waco Carter, half-breed and outcast, yet many women desire him. They like his looks, his fabulous body, his long hair, and twinkling eyes that seem to know a...
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Overview

Honey Johnston lives a life that many envy. A fine house and furnishings, and a job at the Wells Fargo Office. Yet she has sorrow, too. Her life revolves around her sickly 2-year old son, and she tries everything to bring him a good life. She thinks she is coping fairly well until half-breed Waco Carter steps into her life. He turns her thoughts upside down. Waco Carter, half-breed and outcast, yet many women desire him. They like his looks, his fabulous body, his long hair, and twinkling eyes that seem to know a secret they don't. But after he rescues Honey Johnston and her little boy from a runaway horse and buggy, he's only interested in her. Things really start to perk up when all he can think of are ways to help the widow--to gain her love and trust.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781593741884
  • Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press
  • Publication date: 2/28/2005

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Chapter 1

1888 Engle, New Mexico Territory

"You damned no-good breed! Why don't you get out of town and let us decent folks be?"

Those words of condemnation still rang in Waco Carter's ears. He wanted to be somebody, to be respected for who he was, not just for his horse sense. He sat on a hill contemplating whether to ride on into Engle or not. His head was still big from last night's episode.

Waco heard a scream and looked down on a cloud of dust when a buggy rounded a point in the road. The horse pulling the buggy was in a flat out run with nostrils flared, dust boiling up from the wheels. The buggy careened back and forth on one wheel, ready to turn over. A woman hung on for dear life to reins that no longer controlled the rampaging horse.

Waco kicked Big Ben in the flanks and raced down the hill. Dust boiled up in the wake of the woman's horse and whipped into his eyes, but slowly he gained on the buggy. She looked back at him with white face and frightened eyes, like he were an apparition or an answer to a prayer.

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