Follow Your Cowboy Heart
Linda pressed him against the fence and kissed him, hard. Surprise had him opening his
mouth, but it also gave her entrance. Her tongue skimmed across his, and he was lost.
He invaded her mouth, pursuing her. His placed his arms around her and pulled her
against him, flattening her breasts against his chest. Desire spiraled through him.
She slowly pulled back and snuggled against his chest. “Wow. I always wondered what
kissing you would be like.”
Rubbing her back, he noticed a little black bird in the tree limb above them. He whistled,
and it cocked its head. He continued to mimic bird song, until the starling flew down and
perched on his extended finger.
“How did you do that?” whispered Linda.
“It must be used to humans,” he lied. “Did you know starlings are better mimics then
“No, I didn’t.” She smiled.
“What do you think of Linda?” he asked the bird. Forming what he wanted the starling to
do in his mind.
It did a wolf whistle. Linda giggled.