Brant’s Return by Mia Sheridan EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Mia Sheridan
- Language: English
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- Genre: Romantic Suspense
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Dawn’s light spread across the rolling hills, transforming the muted gray
slopes into sparkling emerald pastures. The sky above brightened as the sun’s
rays cast out the morning mist. My lips curved in a small smile as I watched
God’s first miracle. Even if there were to be no more today, I’d witnessed
I clicked my tongue, tapping my heels against Seneca’s belly. “Come
on, girl. Mr. Talbot will be looking for me in a few minutes.”
The horse whinnied softly, raising her head from the sweet Kentucky
grass where she’d been grazing and turning us toward the stable in the
distance, the massive Talbot home rising behind it, as it, too, became
illuminated by the rising sun.
We rode back at a slow canter as I inhaled the clean, fresh morning air.
Warmth touched the back of my neck—today was going to be filled with
“Morning, Eli.” I smiled as I climbed off Seneca, leading her toward her
Eli’s face broke into a warm smile, a blush of color appearing on his
cheekbones as he stood straight, removing his ball cap and smoothing back
his hair. “Isabelle. Good morning.” He walked to me and took Seneca’s reins
in his hands. “I’ll take care of this girl.” His gaze hung on me for a beat, two,
and I recognized what was in his eyes—desire—and it made me feel skittish,
uncomfortable. I truly cared for Eli, but only as a friend. I smiled, stepping
Eli cleared his throat. “Anyway, you probably want to get to Mr. Talbot.
I was at the house getting coffee, and he’s already in a snit over something.”
My heart jolted. “He’s up? He was sleeping soundly when I left.”
“Yeah. Not sure what the problem is, but I heard him grumbling to
I groaned. Poor May. Mr. Talbot’s usual morning demeanor would have
sweet May jumpier than a long-tailed cat in a roomful of rocking chairs.
“Thanks, Eli.” I gave Seneca a nose rub and she leaned into me. Sweet girl.
With a nod and a smile, I turned from Eli, leaving the stable and making the
short walk up the sloping road to the main house. Graystone Hill. The open
verandas and gambrel roofs rose above me. I glanced at the window I knew
to be Mr. Talbot’s, but no lights were on.
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