Month: August 2017

Week 46 – Two coffees and a straw

“Here we go.” She looked up to see her boyfriend standing beside the sofa with a tray. Her brow furrowed, confused. “What’s that?” “Two coffees and a straw,” he replied evenly. Her brow furrowed further. “I don’t get it.” “Well

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Week 45 – You’re a wild one, aren’t you?

“Okay, honey, which one do you like best?” “Umm . . .” her ten year old son waffled. “You can’t have them all,” she said firmly. She knew what was running through her son’s head. “But, mom,” he whined. “No.”

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Week 44 – The burn, it soothes me

She sucked in a breath as a dark shaft of pain stabbed through her back, right between her shoulder blades. This was impossible. She couldn’t do it no matter how hard she tried. “What are you doing?” She held up

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Week 43 – Mom and boy next door

He shouldn’t have brought Angelina into this. Cole wanted to regret his decision and yet he couldn’t. If she hadn’t found out what he did when he was off duty then the two of them wouldn’t be together right now.

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