Six Sentence Hog

Here we are again (gotta stop meeting like this…lol) Hog Wild is coming to an e-store near you this June. Lotsa folks have been enjoying the beauty of the desert southwest through the vehicle of this spicy tale of redemption.

Kyle Matthews may have the music world by the horns, his lovelife—not. A restorative motorcycle trip through the desert southwest yields nothing but a breakdown. Will the hard driving, salty tongued gorgeous mechanic he relies upon to fix his Harley be able to mend his heart, as well?

Book Cover by Delilah K Stephans for MuseItHot Publishing

Kyle, our hero, hasn’t a clue as to Navajo culture when he lands on their reservation in search of gas…

The Indian chuckled, a surprisingly low rumble like the distant thunder of an approaching storm. He swung his arm upward, large hand landing on Kyle’s shoulder. “You be careful, man. You open your mouth to the wrong dude…especially if he’s got his buddies with him…You might just end up with that pretty face planted in the dirt and no Hog to be bringin’ back to the rental office.”
“Thanks for your concern, Cochise, but I can take care of myself.” Kyle clamped onto the Indian’s wrist and lowered it from his shoulder. “Now shake my hand and we’ll call it a day.”
“Hey, I ain’t no Apache.”

OOps…guess it’s not such a great idea to rile a six foot five native giant. 🙂

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14 Responses to Six Sentence Hog

  1. great six. I quite fance a six foot 5 native American

  2. Laura Kaye says:

    Ooh, intriguing culture clash!

  3. Cate Masters says:

    Uh oh, hope his Hog can outrun this guy, lol. Great six.

  4. Sarah Grimm says:

    Wonderful six! I can't wait to discover what happens next!

  5. Great six sentences, Christine. I'm a sucker for those hunky Indians. This sounds great.

  6. Oh, dear. I smell cultural conflict here! Intriguing six.

  7. When I visited the four corners area in search of inspiration for this tale, I was not disappointed by the amazing beauty of the Navajo people and the surrounds. The little town of Kayenta is featured in this book–a neighbour to the magnificient Monument Valley.Yes–there are cultural difference highlighted within as well as disclosure of some of the wonderful history and sensibilities. I hope you will enjoy this read. It is very spicy, even erotic in places, but never does that diminish the storyline of the character of the American Southwest setting that is so prominently displayed. I am very much enjoying all your comments as well as the other sixer's on their blogs. Happy May Day all!Christine

  8. I can see these two in my head, circling each other, jockeying to be top dog. Great six!

  9. Lindsay says:

    Love the dialogue

  10. Uh-oh. Sooo hoping this doesn't turn out to be Little Red Riding Hood.

  11. Some of my favorite books take place in the desert southwest (Tony Hillerman's, for example), and I'm loving yours! Can't wait to read more.

  12. Confirm it's not a good idea. lol Fun excerpt. Thanks for sharing.Best,Allure Van Sanz

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