Friday, March 20, 2015

FRIDAY FREEBITS WITH ROSEANNE DOWELL #frifreebits




Kate's knees weakened and her mouth went dry. Just the sight of him, and her heart pounded.

“Hi, Kate, I heard you were back in town. Thought I’d stop by and see how you’re doing.”

Kate grabbed her desk and lowered herself into the chair. Her stomach turned somersaults, and suddenly all the anger of the past five years boiled up inside her. In a matter of seconds, she experienced every emotion known to man. Love, anger, hate, even fear. It took every ounce of self control not to lash out at him.

Someone once said there was a thin line between love and hate. They weren't far off. Finally, she settled on indifference. Did she really care what Adam wanted? But how dare he walk in here and act as if nothing happened?

And the way he looked at her, as if they were going to take up where they left off. That cocky grin that used to melt her anger so long ago wasn't going to work this time. She took a breath and held it for what seemed like forever. Should she play this game, or let him have it with both barrels?


"Hello, Adam." She knew her voice sounded cold, but she couldn't care less.


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