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Montana Nights by Lynn Forest – Chapter Nine – The End

Chapter Nine Kate read a couple of pages, then her attention was drawn to the vision of the fly rod and reel laying neglected along the bank of the stream. She entertained the thought for a moment, then shook her head and began to read. Her eyes again drifted up to look at the fly […]

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Montana Nights by Lynn Forest – Chapter Eight

Chapter Eight When her breathing slowed, she raised her head and looked at him with an expression that nearly made him come apart, and he ran his fingers through the long reddish hair. “I thought saying that might get to you.” She began to giggle and laid her head against his chest. “That was a […]

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Montana Nights by Lynn Forest – Chapter Seven

Chapter Seven She looked at him with her mouth wide open. “Then how did you know how to…” He shrugged once again and grinned. “I guess I have good instincts. Actually, both my mother and my stepfather had that special look they could give me. That look seemed to imply a lot of possibilities, and […]

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Montana Nights by Lynn Forest – Chapter Six

Chapter Six Being an optimist, she went to the washing machine and took the clothes out and threw them in the dryer, in particular the Marine T-shirt that she stared at for a while at the memory of what had happened minutes after she had put it on, recalling how briefly it had covered her […]

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Montana Nights by Lynn Forest – Chapter Five

Chapter Five She turned to look at him with an inquisitive stare. “So, Silas… I guess I really haven’t asked you why this mountain and this river are so important to you.” Silas’s expression grew somber. “I guess it’s because I’m sort of fulfilling a dream for somebody else.” She gently elbowed him. “Are you […]

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Montana Nights by Lynn Forest – Chapter Four

Chapter Four He began walking toward the tent and placed the stool down in front of it and turned to see that she was just steps behind him. He looked at her somewhat quizzically. “What? No protest that I’m going to spank you?” She looked down with her eyes closed, blew out a deep breath, […]

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Montana Nights by Lynn Forest – Chapter Three

Chapter Three As they walked back toward the stream, Kate picked up the stool and carried it with her and set it down right next to the bank while Silas once again stepped out into the water and began to cast. He glanced over his shoulder. “So, Kate… I was wondering what you do when […]

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Montana Nights by Lynn Forest – Chapter Two

Chapter Two Totally bewildered, he adjusted the magnification on the binoculars and began to scan the countryside in the direction from which she was walking. Although the image was very tiny and difficult to make out, there did appear to be a car resting at the foot of Hardship Mountain where there should not be […]

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Montana Nights by Lynn Forest – Chapter One

Chapter One Kate Bradley arrived home early in the evening, tossing yet another empty fast food bag into the trash can in the kitchen of her small apartment, as she did most days since she had taken her new job in her far-flung sales territory. Each time she did so she longed for her previous […]

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