Week 134 – He’s sick

Her leg hurt. Really hurt, a kind of pain she had never hurt before. But as excruciating as it was it couldn’t compare with the pain in her heart. Callie was dead. Because of her. Because Todd had come after

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Week 133 – Sitting in the hospital corridor waiting

Connor couldn’t stop thinking about the woman, who’s name he had finally learned was Lacey. Lacey Bentley, aged twenty-three, parents deceased, no siblings, and a recent divorce. That was what he had managed to learn about her while he was

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Week 132 – No second chances

She wanted to kiss him. Lacey couldn’t take her eyes off the handsome stranger who had just saved her life. His eyes were honey coloured, his hair as black as night, and he had the most endearing dimples. He was

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Week 131 – The tension was so thick you’d need a machete to cut it

Connor didn’t see a way where this ended well. The gun had misfired once but it wasn’t going to happen again, there were four men surrounding them, and he had to wonder why they would come back, and why they

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Week 130 – She heard the click of a hand gun, flinched as it misfired

Pain. Someone slammed into her and she in turn slammed into the ground. A heavy weight pressed on top of her and it took Lacey a moment to realise that it was the man who had knocked her down still

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