Gem Stone lives in England with the man of her dreams and her two children. She spends her spare time reading, writing, blogging, and talking to her pets. She is a firm believer that surprises make life worth living, you can’t pick who you fall in love with, and everyone deserves a happy ending.
Excerpt from West Running Wild (West Series, Book 1)
When Marcus headed to bed that night, he wasn’t surprised to see the dog in the middle of his bed again. He was, however, shocked to see a cat curled up next to the dog.
“What the hell?” He stared at them, feeling that nervous tic develop in his eye. “I thought dogs were supposed to chase cats?”
As if to rub his face in the situation the cat gave a lazy stretch and snuggled closer to the dog, resting its head on the dog’s shoulder.
“Typical,” he grumbled crawling into his spot on the bed, which had become even smaller than yesterday. Something had to be done about these sleeping arrangements.
He climbed out of bed the next morning and cracked his stiff back before stumbling to the bathroom. By night time the dog would be shut outside if he had anything to do with it.
The tiled wall above the toilet was cold on his arm as he leant against it while relieving himself. A splash on his leg had him glancing down. “You have got to be kidding me!”
Peeping over the edge of the toilet was the black and white cat, and it appeared to be playing with the stream of urine.
An evil thought popped into his head. He looked from the toilet to the cat. Not allowing time to change his mind he moved and peed again, aiming straight at the cat’s head.