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Week 75 – He still couldn’t get over

This was unreal. His eyes couldn’t believe what he was seeing. There had to be a mistake. This couldn’t be true. It couldn’t really be happening. There had to be some other explanation. But what? That was his fiancee. The

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Week 74 – More, more, more!

“More, more, more!” her nieces and nephews chanted as they sat at the table, empty ice cream bowls in front of them. Why had she thought she could do this? She wasn’t a kiddie person, and while she loved her

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Week 73 – ♡

She picked up her phone when it beeped.   ‘♡’   Aww, her fiancee was so sweet. She wished she could see him but tomorrow they were getting married and tradition dictated that they not spend tonight together. She was

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Week 72 – What? Now?

She was stretched out on the bed, propped up against the softest feather pillows she had ever had the pleasure of lying her head against. It was a cold day, the first snowflakes of winter were fluttering down outside, and

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Week 71 – Suddenly, overwhelming stillness pervaded the night.

What was an appropriate punishment? Judah wasn’t sure. Running wasn’t acceptable behaviour and Piper already knew that. She had chosen to break the rules knowing it would make him angry and that he would have no choice but to punish

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