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Moonshifted (Edie Spence #2) Son (The Giver Quartet #4)

All right, I’ll see what I can pry out of him. But if he confirms that Caleb is waiting for you to make the first move, I pointed my finger at her, you better do it!

If you need anything, I’ll be right outside the door. After you get undressed, be careful getting in the shower, and remember: sit on the shower seat. Don’t try to stand in there. You might fall. I nodded, and he closed the door.Alone at last, at least except for the mumbling of voices not quite audible through the door. I chose to ignore it and slipped off my robe, gown, and white cotton panties. I stepped slowly into the warm shower and sat on the cool metal seat.

The Storm (The Storm #3.5)

The shower sprayer detached and I held it in one hand while the other lathered soap over my abused body.I had to admit that by the time my hair was washed and body clean, I was exhausted. The only issue that bugged me was my back, which was in need of a good scrub from all the lying down I’d been doing over the last couple days. The sponge baths hadn’t seemed to be enough, and it was the one place on my body that still felt oily and grimy.With a grunt from the stab in my chest, I reached out and grabbed the towel, wrapping it around my front. After I was covered as well as possible I then turned around so I could call Jeffery in and see if he could help. It was his job, right? I had no clue, but I was desperate. Still, I wasn’t going to show him more than necessary; he’d only see my back and a bit of my ass. It would be worth it to feel clean again.

Winter in Paradise (Paradise #1)

Leaning back I stretched my arm through the shower curtain and knocked on the door. Can you help me a moment, Jeffery? I yelled.

Straightening myself back on the seat, it hit me, would Logan might intervene yet again? Would he be that pigheaded?  I should have told Jeffery to throw him out but I didn’t have it in me. I just wanted to have the sweat washed from my back, was that too much to ask?

I closed my eyes and begged for a little luck. Please don’t let Logan come in, Please don’t let Logan come in, Please don’t let Logan come—.I want to see Paris one last time, she said.

Patsy didn’t know anything about Claire’s past, because not even Richard knew more than a hint or two. She’d been very careful that they never went to France, even on holiday. She actually made her French accent worse than it was and never joined in a conversation about Paris, even though she was asked about it often. She knew he would guess something in an instant; in fact, the very reason he was first so attracted to her was the air of difference she had given off after that summer. So Patsy treated her patronizingly, like it was some kind of whim.I am sure, said Claire. I will sort everything out. And I can pay for it.

The Ever After of Ella and Micha (The Secret #4)

She could. Richard had been utterly fair, and her teacher’s pension was good, and she had an annuity she’d had absolutely no ability to spend which, she realized dryly, was a great thing for the insurance company and the country as a whole.Well, you can take the train now, said Patsy. Ricky and I did it when we were dating. Mind you, I didn’t like Paris at all. So rude, everyone always pushing past you and everything so expensive, and I didn’t even think the food was that good. You couldn’t get a decent curry, I’ll tell you that. Or a cab.

Claire suddenly felt exhausted. She loved Patsy, but couldn’t possibly explain to her why getting a cab in Paris could only ever defeat the point. Or maybe it did. Maybe they’d completely built over it, like the new shopping center in Kidinsborough that had turned into a kind of derelict drug run within five years. Or the pedestrian plaza, which was mostly used now as somewhere for people to be sick on a weekend. It was where the ambulances parked up.Under the Eiffel Tower, there was an old-fashioned carousel. It didn’t move very fast, it creaked a lot, and it made its own music. The children had adored it—they had their favorite horses and animals and loved the second story, reachable through a child-sized curved wrought iron staircase, even though it rotated even more slowly than the one underneath it. She wondered if that were still there.

Well, nonetheless, I want to go.Well, let me talk to the Eurostar people. They must have some way of taking sick people.

I don’t want to take the train, said Claire, in a moment of sudden realization. I have to take the ferry.But that will take much longer and be much more dangerous, said Patsy. I mean, if you can afford it, you should go first class.

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