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Correct Me If I’m Wrong by Carolyn Faulkner – Chapter Seven – The End

Chapter Seven In the end, they remained in Albuquerque for another four nights and three days, during which he really only allowed her to wear clothing when he took her out to dinner, which was each night to some place different. They went to a Japanese place, where he ate sushi, and she didn’t, to […]

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

Chapter Six Nor did she have a chance the entire day to ask him about what he’d meant. They were surrounded by his employees the entire time, all of whom seemed to be completely enamored of him. He was a very dynamic boss—as she might have guessed. He was intense, focused, and kept everyone on […]

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

Chapter Five When they got home, he was limping quite visibly again, so Tawny refused to let him do anything but sit in his chair and get as comfortable as he possibly could. She brought him his favorite drink and encouraged him to turn on football, if that was what he wanted to watch, while […]

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

Chapter Four Tawny quickly found out that Chez had meant exactly what he’d said about her needing to be taken out of herself a bit, and he set about doing so as thoroughly as he could. He got up excruciatingly early every morning—not liking grass to grow under his feet—and, she discovered rudely the first […]

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

Chapter Three It had taken her a long time to get to sleep. At first, she’d worried that he was just going to ignore her closed door. He had spent a discomfiting amount of time still standing there after she’d closed the door in his face, and Tawny knew that she was trying his patience […]

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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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