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Second Shift: Order (Shift #2) Ruin Me (Nova #5)

To order food.

Xander spins in his chair, making me gasp. Does anyone want to listen? he asks, taking off the headphones and holding them out.Yes. Skye jumps up and moves forward. When she’s settled into the chair next to Xander’s listening to the band he spins around to face me.

Cress (The Lunar Chronicles #3)

So why not this? I ask, sitting on the couch again.Why wouldn’t you produce music for a living? It seems like a passion of yours.He rolls the chair forward until our knees bump. My father would never front the money for something like that.

Club Dead (Sookie Stackhouse #3)

I stare at our knees, wondering if I should use the wheels on his chair to my advantage and shove him away. I ignore the urge. But he built this studio?My older brother is a classical guitarist. This was to provide a creative outlet. A hobby. I spent a lot of time in here with him learning this stuff. But this is not a career in my father’s opinion.

I thought you didn’t care what your father thought, I say.

He narrows his eyes as if considering the question. I guess I care what my father’s money thinks. He rubs the back of his neck. Without it I can’t be free of him. It’s like a double-edged sword.His parents weren’t thrilled; well, his father seemed fine, kissing me on the cheek and forgetting my name almost immediately in a benign, scotchy way. His mother looked elegantly perplexed but was classy enough to say, I’m sure we’ll become quite close. His sister, Brooke, was warm, and her husband was quite nice, as well. Their little boys were beautiful; cousins for my future children. The thought caused a palpable tremor of joy.

My own family was mixed. Dad, who was enduring the off-season by rewatching every game he hadn’t personally called, tore his eyes off the TV and said, Good for you, Poodle! About time! You’ve been with him what, ten years?No, that’s Ainsley, I said. This is kind of a whirlwind thing.

Unhallowed Ground (Harrison Investigation #7)

Those are the best. Like me and Michelle, he reminisced fondly, naming Ainsley’s mother. My own mother’s lips disappeared. Well, good for you! Dad continued. Will I have to pay for the wedding?I patted his arm. I think we’re gonna keep it small. Elope, maybe. I’m forty, after all. Almost.

You are? Good Lord! Well, elopement is a good idea. Very romantic. Bring him by sometime. Does he like baseball?I winced. He’s a Mets fan. We were pin-striped, of course. Dad was an American League umpire.

Pity. Well, I’m sure he’s nice.Why would you want to be married, Kate? my mother asked over lunch with Ainsley and me. Just live together. It’s less messy when you break up.

Thanks for the vote of confidence, I said. And aren’t you pro-marriage? I’m sure you mention it in one of your books.You’ve been on my case to get married for years, Ainsley said.

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