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The Error of Her Ways by Carolyn Faulkner – Chapter Six

Chapter Six Although his homecoming had been somewhat anticlimactic—quite literally, since there had been no climaxes whatsoever; he’d simply fallen into bed, hugged her still slumbering form to him and fallen into a deep sleep himself—he spent the next week making up for lost time, and spending every spare second he could with her. And […]

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The Error of Her Ways by Carolyn Faulkner – Chapter Five

Chapter Five “Stop saying that!” she growled as quietly as she could into the phone. She was in the bathroom with the faucet and the shower on, but she couldn’t afford to have Richard overhear her conversation. “It’s true, sis. I can’t keep expecting you to rescue me like this. I’ve ruined my own life […]

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The Error of Her Ways by Carolyn Faulkner – Chapter Four

Chapter Four “I have something to say to you,” he warned, raising his head from between her legs at the most inopportune moment possible—which, of course, he knew. Lexi growled her dissatisfaction about the interruption, but she knew she didn’t really have too much to complain about, because she was pretty sure he was going […]

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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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The Error of Her Ways by Carolyn Faulkner – Chapter Two

Chapter Two His apartment was, as she had suspected, on the floor above his office. His was nothing if not a workaholic—not that she ever felt neglected in any way when they were together. In fact, it took up the entire top floor, sparsely decorated, as usual. Lexi was pretty sure that she’d seen all […]

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The Error of Her Ways by Carolyn Faulkner – Chapter One

Chapter One “She’s here.” He knew he didn’t have to say anything more than that—standing there in front of the big man’s equally large desk, surrounded by the subdued opulence that was his boss’s office—looking disgusted and annoyed, jaw set and fingers uncharacteristically primly laced before him. Said boss became preternaturally still, although other than […]

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All is Right with the World by Carolyn Faulkner – Chapter Nine – The End

Chapter Nine When she got to the cozy, out of the way table Irene was able to secure, the other woman practically squealed. “Oh, my God, did you hit the jackpot with him, or what?” Audra smiled somewhat faintly, unable—or unwilling—to conceal the lack of enthusiasm in her response. “Sure, I did.” Irene leaned across […]

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

Chapter Eight He was nothing if not single minded when he got an idea into his head, and he was also very efficient at making arrangements. Within the next two weeks, they were comfortably ensconced in their own very luxuriously appointed railroad car. Audra really couldn’t get over how beautiful it was—lots of velvet and […]

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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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