“Mind if I drive?” Killy asked. He’d come a long way in three years, but still couldn’t handle someone else’s driving.
“Gonna kidnap me, haul me off somewhere, and have your way with me? No need for all that; I’m willing.” Dimples framed Tex's devilish grin.
“Nope, I just prefer to do the driving.”
“Then I reckon you’ll have to make it up to me, that not-kidnapping thing, ’cause let me tell ya, ever since you walked into the bar I’ve been fantasizing. And oh hell yeah, you can do the driving. Now and later.”Find Highway Man here:
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There's some great last lines in today's snark offerings. - This is another one!ReplyDelete
Cute, Eden! They're adorable together.ReplyDelete
These two do sound like a hoot. (When I saw the title, I at first thought of actual historical highwaymen . . . whom I'd never thought of as inclined to be snarky. *g*)ReplyDelete
Thanks, ya'll! K.Z., Killy was in a band and their song "Highway" is a key element to the story -- thus the name. The song pretty much sums up his life.ReplyDelete
what a fun storyReplyDelete
Thanks. I does have its dark moments, though.ReplyDelete