By Marie Force
Because the leader monetary officer, Hunter Abbott manages the family’s quite a few enterprise pursuits whereas “fixing” issues for the folk he loves. however the something he can’t repair is his indisputable appeal to Megan Kane. in its place, Hunter is ready to do no matter what it takes to teach Megan that he’s the fellow for her.
Megan’s sister rocks her with the scoop that she and her husband are relocating out of the country, leaving Megan really on my own. along with her sister—and her task on the diner—going away, Megan unearths herself leaning at the horny, button-down accountant who isn’t afraid to put all of it at the line for her. yet Megan has watched too many of us she loves depart her. Can she probability her middle on Hunter?
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I knew him there when he was a boy. ” Jill wrinkled her forehead. That odd familiar look was in his eyes again. But memory failed to respond. ” “Oh, yes. You probably didn’t notice it at the time, for I had a curious way of expressing my adoration. ” Jill searched his face with grave eyes, then shook her head again. ” asked the man sympathetically. “It’s too maddening! ” She reflected. ” shook her head. “I don’t remember you,” she said. ” “Never mind. ” “Well, looking back, I can see that I must have been a very unpleasant child.
It had the effect of killing her regrets and feeding her resentment. She was a girl who never refused a challenge, and she set herself to be as frigidly polite and aloof as he. ” she said. ” The lights gave the warning flicker Wally more deeply. There are some men whose ebullient natures enable them to rise unscathed from the worst snub. Wally, her intuition told her, was not that kind of man. There was only one way of mending the matter. In these clashes of human temperaments, these sudden storms that spring up out of a clear sky, it is possible sometimes to repair the damage, if the psychological moment is resolutely seized, by talking rapidly and with detachment on neutral topics.
The boxes were filled, and up in the gallery grim-faced patrons of the drama, who had paid their shillings at the door and intended to get a shilling’s-worth of entertainment in return, sat and waited stolidly for the curtain to rise. First nights at the theatre always excited Jill. The depression induced by absorbing nourishment and endeav- dimmed. Conversation ceased. The curtain rose. Jill wriggled herself comfortably into her seat, and slipped her hand into Derek’s. She felt a glow of happiness as it closed over hers.