Genre: Sweet Romance, Historical Romance, Interracial
Heat Level: 🔥
Word Count: Approximately 5900 words
When Elias Król competed in the El Paso Decathlon on an
August day in 1978, he was proud to take first place. Little did he know the
best prize wasn't his hard-won trophy; it was the bond he would form with the
sweet young woman taking his order at the fried chicken booth.
Madison Sanders wasn't looking for love while working at her
family's concession stand, but love was about to find her in the form of a
lanky red-haired athlete.
This short and sweet interracial romance with a guaranteed
Happy Ever After is part of a developing series but it can also stand on its
own. With a very low heat rating and no profanity, it is appropriate for both
teen and adult readers.
I'm sharing from the second chapter. The entire first chapter is available at the following link.
“Hey, Darlin’, what can I do you for?”
The power of speech temporarily evaded Elias. He hemmed and
hawed and cleared his throat. The big-hearted angel came to his rescue with a
cool cup of iced tea.
“Don’t go chug-a-luggin’ it now, y’all don’t wanna give
yourself a bellyache,” she warned.
Elias sipped the tea and blamed his flushed face on the
“Thanks,” he said. “Sure is hot out today, ain’t it?”
“Sure is, and yet here us crazy fools are. Y’all
are runnin’ in the heat, and I’m standin’ back here with sizzlin’ fry baskets
and a grill. Y’all want somethin’ to eat, or do ya have another race to run?”
(Plus just a morsel more...)
“Nah, I’m done for the day. I’m ready to chow down,” Elias
replied, glancing at his rescuer’s name tag. “Is there anything special that
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