#SatSpanks – Outlaw Rose

We’re taking a break from HOLDING COURT this week … don’t worry, we’ll get back to Clara and Court soon! Instead of being labelled a tease (which I kinda enjoyed actually) for posting snippets from a book that isn’t available until September, I’m going back to OUTLAW ROSE for today’s Saturday Spanking.  It’s available right now for all ebook platforms! No teasing, hehe!

It was quiet. She strained her ears for any sign he was coming closer. The silence pressed in on her as she squinted through the darkness, searching for movement. There was nothing but the faint rustle of nearby leaves in the night breeze. She breathed out a sigh.

He was gone.

She sensed the movement a split second before she felt the hand close over her arm. She fought with all her strength, jerking backwards to try to break his grip, until the loud, metallic click of a hammer being drawn back echoed through the night. She froze.


outlawrose_800Rose would do whatever was necessary to get the gold back from the bank robbers. Enjoying it was an unexpected bonus.

Rose had a plan.

After all her planning and hard work, she was about to hit the payoff—until the bank was robbed, the gold stolen right out from under her nose. Rose wasn’t about to give up without a fight, but catching up with the outlaws was the easy part.

When Tucker finds the little bank teller tailing them, he needs to keep her from running to the posse, and her proposal sounds like way more fun than what he had in mind. But in this band of outlaws, they split everything three ways—he’s going to have to learn to share.

What Rose had thought was a straightforward plan quickly becomes more complicated. Maybe these law breakers can work together…in more ways than one.



13 thoughts on “#SatSpanks – Outlaw Rose

  1. A gun? He’s holding a gun on her? Yikes. These guys are serious outlaws. Looks to me like Miss Rose has just got herself into a heap of trouble. Love the snippet, Celeste. And, yeah, you’re still a tease for last week’s snippet.

  2. Suspenseful snippet … thanks for sharing it! Almost reminds me a little of that hot scene in the old movie, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Know the scene I mean? Mmmm.

  3. Oh its a gun? LOL I read hammer and thought he was hitting her with a hammer, I also couldn’t figure out why a hammer would click. I’m a little slow. I liked your description of the quiet night and the leaves rustling, nice excerpt!

  4. I like the silence you’ve given us in the preceding paragraph; that makes the click much louder in my mind. You’ve got good technique; I like where this is going.

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