If you have not read Marked in Montana or Chased Through Montana, they are up for free under my username on Wattpad.
The reason I posted these works for free now is because after 7 years, a short story is a short story. There is no reason for you to pay or have to go to pirate sites to gain these little gems. As a writer I am more concerned with giving you my words now rather than how much I am going to get paid for it. So here are the links, but they are stand alones and do not need to be read in order to comprehend the new work coming up.
Now, this work will be unedited, so I don’t want to hear go get an editor! I am doing this for the joy of writing, not the joy of figuring out the oxford comma. So…. without much further ado…
Chapter One – Burning Down Montana (https://nevealane.wordpress.com/burning-down-montana-chapter-one/)
The stage was set for the concert. A grand finale of fireworks was expected for the end of the county celebration. Vesta checked to make sure all of the wires were attached to the appropriate charges. When the popular band asked for a major pyrotechnic display for a grand finale at a Montana music festival, she’d been the one to land the job. Being a pyrotechnician, it was difficult to come by jobs, being a female pyrotechnic coordinator; it was ten times more difficult to land jobs because she had breasts. Whoever said the glass ceiling was being shattered everywhere by women never had a job involving blowing things up.
As she hopped down from the large outdoor platform, a spark coming from the end of the catwalk caught her attention. Quirking her eyebrow and pulling her braided hair into a ponytail at the nape of her neck, she walked toward the sparking blue light. She knew she’d cut off all power to the main battery, and this blue spark meant trouble. There could be no mistakes as there would be thousands of people at this festival tonight.
Picking up her walkie-talkie, Vesta checked in with her foreman, her second in command, Felix.
“Felix, did you cut the power for the main catwalk?”
“Course, why?” his response crackling through the speaker.
“ I got a spark at the end of walkway. Going to check it out.”