All is Right with the World by Carolyn Faulkner – Chapter Seven

Chapter Seven For his part, Rye was excruciatingly happy. He had a beautiful wife, even though he realized that she didn’t share that opinion of herself. He was training her quite strictly not to refer to herself in any sort of derogatory terms, hoping that ruthlessly suppressing that tendency, as well as praising when she […]
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