I’ve been watching 2 little heads in the tree just off my front porch. When Mom arrives with food, those little robin’s mouths are wide open.
I do hope the winds don’t hurt them before they can fly. Our neighborhood has a lot of robins, a few crows, and every once in awhile 3 buzzards. I truly do not like the starlings–we have them, too–and crows eating the cardinals, robins, finches, doves, etc. food. love, love to listen to the mourning doves and we have several around. Mr. & Mrs. dine at my yard a lot.
My neighborhood also has guard cats which patrol, and a rabbit my neighbor calls “honey bunny.”
All good wildlife to watch when I’m taking writing breaks from my computer.
OTHER NEWS: With Father’s Day almost here, Quinn and Wyatt, my DREAMY DADS are on sale for .99.
Then moving on with the Tallchief’s, THE GROOM CANDIDATE, is now up, Book #4 in the TALLCHIEFS.
BLURB: Since childhood, Lacey MacCandliss’s mission was to make ladykiller Birk Tallchief’s life miserable. Then one kiss ignites Birk and he’s set to capture the petite fascinating woman and change the rules. When Lacey needs protection, Birk marries his temporary bride and the love game is on…
Birk’s legend, and all Tallchiefs have a Legend, is:
The maiden who rocks upon the chair and sings a lullaby will claim the man of Fearghus blood who stands closest to her. She will be his heart and he will be her love.
That’s it for now. I’d love to hear from you! Write to Cait?
The Groom Candidate