By Debbie Macomber
Expensive Reader, I'm dwelling a existence I couldn't even have" dreamed" of some years in the past. I'm married to Bobby Polgar now (you recognize, the well-known chess champion who simply occurs to be the guy I love!). And we've received this pretty condominium with a view of Puget Sound.
Lately something's been caring Bobby, although. whilst I requested, he acknowledged he was once 'protecting his queen' and that i received the oddest feeling he wasn't speaking approximately chess yet approximately "me." He wouldn't say whatever else.
Do you bear in mind Get Nailed, the wonder salon in Cedar Cove? I nonetheless paintings there. I'll let you know approximately my good friend Rachel, who's acquired males drawn to her (count 'em, "two"). And I'll allow you to in on what I've heard approximately Linnette McAfee, who left city while her love lifestyles fell aside. ("That" type of hassle i do know all about.) are available in quickly for a nail cropping and a talk, ok?
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E una marea di ricordi. 33 CAPITOLO 5 Ben Shepard si spostò dietro una betoniera, cercando di tenersi nella posizione migliore per avere sotto tiro la porta. Una goccia di sudore polveroso lungo la tempia gli ricordò quanto il capannone fosse caldo e umido. Per un attimo ebbe la tentazione di asciugarla ma preferì non staccare le mani dal Remington. Chiunque ci fosse in quella stanza, non sapeva come avrebbe reagito all'intimazione di uscire. Ma soprattutto non sapeva se fosse armato o no. Ad ogni modo, l'uomo era stato avvisato.
Appoggiata sulle ginocchia teneva una Colt M1911, l'arma d'ordinanza dell'esercito. Il buon Jeff Anderson, che era stato privato delle gambe ma non della sua natura di maneggione, gli aveva procurato quella pistola senza fare domande. E, forse per la prima volta in vita sua, non gli aveva chiesto niente in cambio. L'aveva tenuta nella sacca, avvolta in uno straccio, per tutto il viaggio. L'unica cosa leggera che portasse con sé. La stanza in cui si trovava era un salotto con un divano e due poltrone al centro, disposti a ferro di cavallo in favore del televisore accostato al muro.
A poche decine di iarde c'era il viottolo che portava al suo capannone. Lo aveva imboccato al volo, invadendo l'altra corsia per fare una larga curva e non essere costretto a frenare. Subito dopo aveva spento il motore e messo in folle per sfruttare l'abbrivio e arrivare fino al cancello. Mentre si avvicinava all'edificio sentendo il pietrisco sotto gli pneumatici rollare con un suono sempre più grave a mano a mano che perdeva velocità, per un attimo gli era parso di vedere una luminosità scialba trasparire dai vetri.