I don't know about where you are, but we're finally starting to feel like spring may come at some point. The days are getting longer, and we haven't seen negative temperatures in about five days!
It's the little things, right?
In honor of today's Christian Fiction Friday post, here's a snippet from Identity Theft, which is available along with four other Christian suspense books in the Road to Danger Bundle (only 99 cents!).
She hosed herself down with mosquito spray and threw on her shoes. It was almost nine o’clock, but that didn’t matter. It never grew fully dark this time of year. She stepped outside, where it was as bright as it had been at noon when she stood out and watched the preschoolers climbing on the daycare jungle gym. At the beginning of summer, she and her co-worker Kim had complained until their boss finally broke down and purchased a propane-operated mosquito trapper. The gizmo was awkward to lug around and cost the daycare five hundred dollars plus gas, but it kept the bugs manageable. Madeline had helped Lacy count the bites on her arm earlier that afternoon.
If ever there was a night for ice cream, this was it. Puck’s grocery store was only a five-minute walk away. Lacy hardly drove anywhere in the summer except for her monthly four-hour trip to Costco in Anchorage. Lately, she had been tagging along with Kurtis, who was used to driving long distances since he was one of five troopers covering an area the size of Ohio.
Kurtis. Lacy sighed. She hadn’t meant to hurt him. She knew it had been a mistake to go on that first date. But it had been winter. She had been lonely. And bored. And if any man could manage to get Lacy to stop aching for Raphael, it was him.
Now she realized she had expected the impossible.
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Categories: Christian Fiction Friday