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Fortunately for Chad, he turned just at that moment, because the little girl spun and charged right into him. She bounced off his legs and landed flat on her bottom. Sitting splayed out with her hands behind her, she stared up at him with blue eyes wide.
Her hair curled rebelliously around her navy-blue knit cap. She looked so adorable, Chad bent to pick her up before he remembered her mother had recognized him. Did her mother have the same eyelashes?
Even with the dark mascara covering them, they looked luxurious. He was so amazed by them, he spoke without thinking. She smiled. Emma can be a handful. In fact, it was so creamy that it tempted him to run his fingers along it just to see if it was real. He just nodded and looked up at the trees. Here it comes. The questions.
Or the fawning attention, the one he found the most annoying, because his face had been in the gossip columns so much. He glanced up and she leaned forward. We worked with you on your farm bill.
I did the research. It failed miserably. You crossed party lines and got support from the most unlikely people. You really get the job done.
I think CPR is a great organization. So does everyone else. I just have a little personal thing about it.
Chad leaned forward, studying her face until she turned back to him. It wrinkled her forehead and made her seem very serious. It suited her.
Sort of exotic and simple at the same time. Totally irrepressible. He frowned. But he seems determined to give me reminders of how stubborn I can be.
Now he remembered her. She always wore her hair tied back in a bun and secured with combs.
Her curls and her embarrassment over the nickname made her human and real. Especially after all the nice things you said about my work. I want to keep you on my side. DailyLit For those of you that never seem to find the time to read, DailyLit sends you short sections of your desired book so that you can read as much as you have time for and not feel overwhelmed.
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Readers will look for earlier installments and eagerly anticipate new ones. Text copyright c Catherine Bybee All rights reserved.
No part of this book may be reproduced, or stored in a retrieval system, or transsmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechannical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, withhout express written permission of the publisher. Published by Montellake Romance, Seattle www.
Tossing her cap in the air would have resulted in someone else grabbing it, so when Principal Mason of River Bend High had announced the graduating class, Melanie shot from her seat, waved a hand in the air, and screamed. Hours later, Melanie hugged her yearbook to her chest and wiped the tears that threatened to take over what was supposed to be a night of celebration.
She jogged from her car to Zoe's mom's double-wide. She pounded on the door before letting herself inside. As expected, Jo and Zoe already had the music pumped, the box of pizza opened between them. Jo lifted a bottle of Jose Cuervo in the air. Then again, what self-respecting high school senior didn't have some connection somewhere to grab a bottle of booze? Zoe still wore her gown, her cap sat beside the yearbook both she and Jo were studying.
Jo had shucked her gown and tossed it by the front door. The three step detour had Melanie in Zoe's kitchen, the familiar space was marginally clean. With two plastic cups and one made of glass, Melanie dropped on her knees before the coffee table and offered a pet to Gas Tank, Zoe's Pomeranian shih tzu mix.
The mutt had repeatedly earned his name through the years. Melanie enjoyed the distraction gossip offered. Melanie sniffed the cup and looked around. No more Mr. Edwards and his lisp. Mothball and the smell of her musty closet that follows her everywhere," Zoe added. They shot back the liquid fire and set the glasses aside. Jo refilled while Melanie grabbed a piece of pizza to calm the burn that was running down the back of her throat.
She ate the pizza, not really tasting it. Everything was about to change. All the planning and studying.