The Cowgirl’s Inevitable Love by SJ McCoy EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: SJ McCoy
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Laney tapped her foot as she waited by the baggage carousel. The
Bozeman airport had changed a lot over the years. There were three carousels
now – that hadn’t been the case when she used to live here. Then again, how
many years had it been since she’d left?
She moved away straight after high
school. She took her hat off and ran her hand through her hair, wondering if
the way that the airport had changed was just an indication of how everything
changed. What was she thinking? Moving back home had seemed like a good
idea just a couple of weeks ago. Now? Now that she was here, she wasn’t so
She rolled her eyes as she listened to the two guys standing next to her talk.
They were tourists – it seemed that about ninety percent of the people on the
flight from Denver were. These two were worrying about driving in the
“We could get a hotel near the airport for tonight,” one of them suggested.
“Maybe it’ll be better tomorrow.”
Laney watched as his companion walked toward the windows and peered
She rolled her eyes again when he came back and said, “That might not be
a bad idea. It’s icy out there.”
“What about you?” the guy standing closest to her asked.
She turned and raised her eyebrows when she realized that he was talking
The second guy grinned at her. “Are you staying close by? Can you
recommend a hotel?”
She shrugged. “I have no idea about hotels. I’m driving.”
The first guy jerked his chin toward the windows. “It’s gnarly out there. If
you like, we could all share a cab. There has to be a hotel nearby.”
Laney shook her head. “No thanks. I’m fine driving. There’s an information
desk over there.” She pointed to the desk, where a line was already forming –
no doubt those people didn’t want to drive, either.
“You should come with us. It doesn’t look safe out there – and all we can
see is the airport parking lot, and I’m sure that’s been plowed.”
She had to laugh. “Where are you guys from? Have you never driven in
“We get snow sometimes, but not like this.”
“Well, I grew up here. I’m used to this. I’ll be fine.” She turned away from
them; there was still no sign of the bags coming out, so she headed for the car
rental desk. There was no line there; she may as well take care of that rather
than stand here listening to these two.
By the time she had the paperwork taken care of and the keys to her rental
car, the bags had started to arrive. She was relieved to see hers and went to
grab it. The two guys were still there, and one of them made to get it for her,
but she took care of it herself.
When she stood back, he gave her a rueful smile. “Independent woman,
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