By Sandra Brown
Betrayal had ruined Banner Coleman's marriage ceremony day and on her marriage ceremony evening she used to be a jilted bride. Now outdated seeds of greed and wish are harvesting a scandal - and Banner's affair with an previous relatives pal may perhaps shatter a friendship and a kinfolk.
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The same thing he'd been doing for most of his adult life. He could earn some prize money in rodeos, enough to keep him and his horse alive, enough to enter a poker game now and men, enough to enjoy the recreation provided in places like Priscilla's Garden of Eden. "How many drives did you make, Jake? " "So did I. I went to Kansas City on several trips. Went all the way to Colorado once. Didn't like it. " He crossed his arms behind his head, enjoying the spectacle of her rouging her nipples. Her finger carried dollops of the colored salve from the tiny glass jar on the vanity to her breasts.
Banner Coleman was getting married. ONE It was Banner Coleman's wedding day. She felt every bit a bride as she stood at the back of the church, out of sight behind a flower-bedecked screen, and gazed at the people who had given up a Saturday afternoon to come see her marry Grady Sheldon. Just about everybody in Larsen had been invited. And it seemed, judging by the crowd that was rapidly filling the pews of the church, that all those who had received an invitation had dressed up in their Sunday finery and were in attendance.
His eyes hadn't missed one seductive move she made. Her corset was tightly laced. It pushed her bosom up and out until the sheer chemise beneath could barely contain it. She had always been well endowed. Jake remembered those large, firm breasts. Sweeping her petticoats aside, she sat down on a small round stool in front of a vanity table. It had mirrors hinged at the sides of the one she faced, so that she could adjust them and study herself from all angles. With a lamb's-wool puff, she dabbed powder on her neck, shoulders, and breasts.