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Moon Swept by Willa Bradley – Chapter Ten

Chapter Ten The morning of Augusta’s funeral was far more sunny and bright than Savannah thought it should be. She’d left Sully asleep upstairs and had gone down to the kitchen to make a cup of coffee. She missed Augusta, and yet found some peace in knowing that it would please her for Savannah to […]

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The Heart Will Lead by Sheri Lynn – Chapter Eight

Chapter 8 “There she is. Come on, open those pretty blue eyes,” requested a coaxing male voice she didn’t recognize. The bright light made it ache behind her eyes. “Jessica, you’re going to be okay. I’m here,” Preston assured her. She heard movement to her right and left, and activity beyond this space. Tears slipped […]

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Calliope’s Master by Melinda Barron – Chapter Eleven – The End

Chapter Eleven He brought her pillow into the kitchen and pointed down. Calliope knelt on it, awkwardly. She almost fell because of the bonds on her wrists and ankles, and he grabbed her, kept her from falling. When she was kneeling in the center, he went to the cabinets and began taking down bowls. He […]

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Penny Candy by Laurel Joseph – Chapter Four

Chapter Four Farley wasn’t expecting the blow and he saw stars. “Calm down, PJ. You are safe; the Indians are gone.” “Must rescue women. Indians so angry. Dangerous.” She continued to take swings at Farley, and it was all he could do to keep her from dealing him a blow that would unseat him. “You […]

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The Error of Her Ways by Carolyn Faulkner – Chapter Three

Chapter Three “After she left you, you were shitfaced, barely able to stand, for nearly three months straight! You lost both of us—and more than just us two—our jobs! Get your head out of your ass or your dick out of her mouth—whatever it takes—and kick her to the curb already, man, before she does […]

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Moon Swept by Willa Bradley – Chapter Nine

Chapter Nine It looked as though Savannah would be staying the night with Sullivan. The cops weren’t anywhere around and so he felt it was as good a time as any to search the house. He slipped in through the side door and went into Augusta’s office. He saw the files containing the plans to […]

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Her Bad Boy by Emma Woodhouse – Part Three – The End

Chapter Seven That first, official date that wasn’t a date, according to her, had been a milestone in more ways than just that one, Lucas mused. He had been as good as his word, too, about making sure that she regretted her bratty attitude, and he had begun in the car. He couldn’t really punish […]

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Moon Swept by Willa Bradley – Chapter Seven

Chapter Seven Sometime later she woke and started to slip out of his bed. Part of her wanted to grab her clothes and get out before he had time to wake up. She needed time to think with a clear head. Sully had a way of clouding her thinking. She was sitting on the edge […]

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The Heart Will Lead by Sheri Lynn – Chapter Seven

Chapter Seven He didn’t frequent the refurbished area of downtown Montgomery, so to say he didn’t know what to expect was an understatement. Walking to the hostess desk, he scanned the restaurant and realized everyone wore suits and dresses. He hoped because they just came from church, and that a dress code wasn’t a requirement. […]

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