Beneath Her Heart – Ch 11

It was a relaxed atmosphere while the food was being consumed.

“I have something for you.” Brody said, reaching into her purse. “Joe gave it to me. I think it’s from your sister.” She handed him a cream envelope with his name neatly written across it.  It felt like several pages at least.

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Beneath Her Heart – Ch 10

Brody blinked. Was it her or did the man in front of her stare at her body? She mentally shook her head.

When her tortillas arrived, she looked at the untouched snack before raising her eyebrow at Collin.

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Beneath Her Heart – Ch 09

“I’m sorry.” The gruff apology pulled Brody out of her reverie. She looked up, squinting as her eyes focused on the man standing next to her table. She felt a little too wilted to spar with him, yet she needed to show she was no pushover.

“Mr. Logan. It seems that you pop up in all the places I am. Are you stalking me?”

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Lah Ruk Sut Kop Fah – Episode 20 Final

The good guys win. Weir is hotness. The end.LRSKF 00

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Beneath Her Heart – Ch 08

Collin drove back to work, his mind in chaos after leaving the estate attorney’s office. Flashes of his sister and brother in law, at the beach, mountain climbing, wakeboarding at the local wave park. He remembered the quiet sad moments after she miscarried, the endless procedures they endured as they tried to have a child.  

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Beneath Her Heart – Ch 07

Brody blinked a little as she stepped out into the bright sunshine. Her Santa Fe was parked a few parking spots from the entrance of the building. She used this time to think about what happened in the attorney’s office.”

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