Correct Me If I’m Wrong by Carolyn Faulkner – Chapter Two

Chapter Two Getting her out of the car wasn’t as easy as getting her into it, but he managed without killing either of them, although his leg—which was already screaming from having bent down to get her suitcase at the door—wasn’t going to be very happy with him once he got home. He plunked her […]
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