#RainbowSnippets *~* November 12-13, 2016 *~*

It’s been a while since I stop by and take part of #RainbowSnippets, but real life has been hectic. Looking at the big picture I realized that my issues are irrelevant in comparison to the changes happening in the country.

So today, I choose a snippet from my upcoming release, Tow Trucks & New Year’s Kisses, in which one of my main characters talks about his sexuality. I hope Happy Ever Afters continue to be part of our everyday lives, in and out of our stories.

Having everyone going out of their way to be cordial to him had been one of the reasons he agreed to resign his position. Every time someone told him how good of a catch he was, he cringed. He was a middle-aged divorced father of one in a place where the dating pool consisted of people twenty years younger than him, or twenty years older. Not that he cared about age, but he wanted someone to share his life who had the same interests and could keep up with his pace. Being pansexual just expanded his horizons, but not for much since he usually didn’t discuss his orientation with everyone he met. Only those close to him knew, and at his age, he couldn’t care less what others thought.

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A Jag with out-of-state plates is the last car Scott DeLaney expected to find when answering a tow call as a favor to his drunken godson. But, the tall man in the fedora seems like a nice reward until Scott finds out the stranger’s destination. Yes, he’d take care of the brooding man, but he has a selfish reason for it.

Finding himself in a ditch after dodging a deer is the least of Patrick Samuels’s problems when his rescuer arrives, wearing a tuxedo and driving a hot pink flatbed. Perhaps his older brother’s scheme will benefit Patrick after all.

Who knew that a New Year’s kiss is far more efficient than any boardroom strategy to seal a deal?Having everyone going out of their way to be cordial to him had been one of the reasons he agreed to resign his position. Every time someone told him how good of a catch he was, he cringed. He was a middle-aged divorced father of one in a place where the dating pool consisted of people twenty years younger than him, or twenty years older. Not that he cared about age, but he wanted someone to share his life who had the same interests and could keep up with his pace. Being pansexual just expanded his horizons, but not for much since he usually didn’t discuss his orientation with everyone he met. Only those close to him knew, and at his age, he couldn’t care less what others thought.

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Rainbow SnippetsRainbow Snippets is a group for LGBTQ+ authors, readers, and bloggers to gather once a week to share six sentences from a work of fiction–a WIP or a finished work or even a 6-sentence book recommendation.

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