Don’t tell my editor, but here is an excerpt from Morgan–The Pixie and the Green Man.
Excerpt from Morgan—The Pixie and the Green Man, Esperance Book 3.
As they tidied up the table, he asked, “So, will you share a meal with me one day?”
“I don’t know, James. Maybe.”
“Have I done something to offend you, Morgan?”
“Why do you want to go out with me?” she demanded in frustration. “There are plenty of girls in the clan.”
He stared at her for a moment before he said, “But they don’t have your beautiful smile.”
“No, seriously. Why ask me out, damaged goods and all, when there are other girls you could ask? Pretty girls.”
“Damaged goods? You’re not damaged goods. And you’re a pretty girl. Yes, there are other pretty girls in the clan, but you have a sparkle they don’t have. Unless I’m trying to take you out and then you shut down. Now what do you say?”
“I don’t know. I’ll have to think about it.”
“Tell me where you would feel comfortable. I’m not fussy. Ask my mother. I’ll eat damned near anything.”
For some reason, Morgan found this amusing and began to laugh, something that didn’t happen often.
“And you’ve got a lovely laugh, too. You should set it free more often.”
“I’ll think about it, James. I will.”
“I’ll hold you to that,” he answered, with a teasing grin on his face. “I’ll talk to you later.”
While you’re waiting for Morgan to come out, check out Books 1 & 2:
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