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About Jenny Oldfield. Jenny Oldfield. A horse enthusiast, many of her novels feature horses and are popular among young horse fans. Jenny has also written under several pseudonyms Jenny Oldfield was born in and brought up in Harrogate, Yorkshire, and studied English at Birmingham University.
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Crazy Horse (Half Moon Ranch 3) – Jane Badger Books
Ennis laughed a little and said he probably deserved it. Jack said he was doing all right but he missed Ennis bad enough sometimes to make him whip babies. Ennis put his arm around Jack, pulled him close, said he saw his girls about once a month, Alma, Jr. Lureen had the money and called the shots.
Nothin never come to my hand the right way. One thing never changed: the brilliant charge of their infrequent couplings was darkened by the sense of time flying, never enough time, never enough. A day or two later in the trailhead parking lot, horses loaded into the trailer, Ennis was ready to head back to Signal, Jack up to Lightning Flat to see the old man. What in hell happened a August? Tell you what, we said August, nine, ten days.
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You had a fuckin week to say some little word about it. We ought a do somethin. We ought a go South. We ought a go to Mexico one day. Jack, you know me. All the travellin I ever done is goin around the coffeepot lookin for the handle. Lighten up, Jack. We can hunt in November, kill a nice elk.
We had a good time that year. You used a come away easy. Them earlier days I used a quit the jobs. You got a wife with money, a good job. You forget how it is bein broke all the time. You ever hear a child support? I been payin out for years and got more to go. It was tough gettin this time—some a them late heifers is still calvin. Scrope is a hell-raiser and he raised hell about me takin the week.
The trade-off was August. You got a better idea? Ennis said nothing, straightened up slowly, rubbed at his forehead; a horse stamped inside the trailer. He walked to his truck, put his hand on the trailer, said something that only the horses could hear, turned and walked back at a deliberate pace. He was cutting fence now, trespassing in the shoot-em zone. Tell you what, we could a had a good life together, a fuckin real good life. Everything built on that. Count the damn few times we been together in twenty years.
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You got no fuckin idea how bad it gets. I wish I knew how to quit you. Like vast clouds of steam from thermal springs in winter the years of things unsaid and now unsayable—admissions, declarations, shames, guilts, fears—rose around them. Ennis stood as if heart-shot, face gray and deep-lined, grimacing, eyes screwed shut, fists clenched, legs caving, hit the ground on his knees.
Nothing ended, nothing begun, nothing resolved. What Jack remembered and craved in a way he could neither help nor understand was the time that distant summer on Brokeback when Ennis had come up behind him and pulled him close, the silent embrace satisfying some shared and sexless hunger. They had stood that way for a long time in front of the fire, its burning tossing ruddy chunks of light, the shadow of their bodies a single column against the rock. Stars bit through the wavy heat layers above the fire.
I got a go. Later, that dozy embrace solidified in his memory as the single moment of artless, charmed happiness in their separate and difficult lives. Nothing marred it, even the knowledge that Ennis would not then embrace him face to face because he did not want to see or feel that it was Jack he held. Let be, let be. This would be all right; Jack would answer, had to answer. But he did not. It was Lureen and she said who? The bead was damaged somehow and the force of the explosion slammed the rim into his face, broke his nose and jaw and knocked him unconscious on his back.
By the time someone came along he had drowned in his own blood. It was a terrible thing. He was only thirty-nine years old.