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A Mothers Wish Dash & Lilys Book of Dares (Dash & Lily #1)

You look like you enjoyed that, I said smiling.

Pete was standing in the backyard holding a can of cola, squinting at her.Charlotte stood up, brushed the grass from her skirt, and said with forced nonchalance, Hm? What was that? Oh, hello, Pete. Do you live here?

The Bookshop on the Corner

His squint became even tighter. It’s my cousin’s house. Are you looking for Lu or something?No, no, I was just examining the various landscaping styles of various properties in various neighborhoods and so on and so forth. You know. For my work.Without looking away, he took a long, slow drink from his soda.

Slammed (Slammed #1)

Okay then, nice to see you again, Pete. And such a great placement of a juniper bush! Excellent roots and foliage. Very healthy.She hobbled down the slope of the front lawn, her heeled shoes aerating the grass. Not very practical footwear for examining various landscapes in various neighborhoods. Maybe he hadn’t noticed.

No more stalking, Charlotte! her Inner Thoughts demanded.

Sure, okay, but by the way, did you know there’s an entire section in the yellow pages devoted to private investigators?Feeling slightly cheered by this, Austin glanced at his notes: someone looking for a café loan. In this market, very unlikely, and the terms were going to be punishing. Everyone thought the banks made harsh decisions, but actually lending to small businesses was a thankless task. More than half of them would never make it. Trying to spot which half was his job. He turned the corner into a small waiting area.

‘Hello,’ he said, smiling at the nervous-looking woman with the pink cheeks and tied-back, unruly black hair sitting fiddling with a magazine. ‘Are you my ten o’clock?’Issy jumped up, then, inadvertently, let her gaze stray to the large clock on the far wall.

The Redemption of Callie & Kayden (The Coincidence #2)

‘I know,’ said Austin, wincing again. ‘I’m so sorry …’ He considered telling her he wasn’t usually late, but that wouldn’t have been strictly true. ‘Would you like to follow me in here?’Issy followed him through another glass door, which led to a meeting room. It was basically just a glass box set in the middle of the open-plan office. It felt peculiar, as if they were two fish in a tank.

‘Sorry. I’m … hi, I’m Austin Tyler.’‘Issy Randall.’ Issy shook his hand, which was large and dry. His hair seemed a little messy for a banker, she noticed. But he had a pleasant, slightly distracted smile, and thick-fringed grey eyes – maybe she should put him on her list for Helena. She was swearing off men for good after last night. She felt a growl coming on, but managed to suppress it. Focus! Focus! She wished she’d had more than three hours’ sleep.

Austin fumbled about for a pen, noting his client seemed a little stressed. When he’d left Leeds, he hadn’t been sure he’d make a natural banker. It was as far from examining coral as he could imagine, but the best thing he could find at short notice; the bank let him take on his parents’ mortgage too. However, since joining, he’d worked his way up steadily; it turned out he had excellent instincts about sound prospects and good investments, and as his clients came to know him, they trusted him completely and were very loyal to the bank. Senior management were reasonably sure big things were going to come to him, although they too wished he would cut his hair.‘Now then,’ he said, having retrieved a pen from his pocket and blown the tissue fluff off it. ‘What can we do for you?’

He glanced at the file and realized to his utter horror that this was a different café altogether.He pulled off his glasses. This was obviously going to be one of those days.

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