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Chapter 19 They walked slowly down the sidewalk, neither wanting the night to end. For Elizabeth, it was like holding onto life, or more to the point, feeling life holding onto her. His hand, twined through hers, spoke of him … Continue reading
Chapter 17 In the cab on the way back to her apartment, Elizabeth let out a long, shaky sigh as she fingered the little award on her lap. “I’m so glad that’s over. I was a complete basket case over … Continue reading
Chapter 15 And so the next Saturday, Elizabeth was sitting on the front steps of her apartment at 10 a.m. waiting for him and wondering when and how life had changed so drastically. One minute she was Elizabeth who went … Continue reading
Chapter 13 Jonathon had to walk twice around the square to keep from showing up before 12:30. He knew that would be too obvious, and for her sake, he didn’t want to be obvious. At least any more obvious than … Continue reading
Chapter 11 Knightly knew after being Emma’s friend for nearly two decades. I knew after being with Abby for two hours. The point is that we both knew, and when we knew, it was only a matter of time before … Continue reading
Chapter 9 They ambled down the sidewalk side-by-side, neither in a hurry for the journey to be over. Jonathon looked over at her. He was beginning to understand some of the mysteries that hid behind her eyes, and they made … Continue reading
Chapter 7 The length of the trek to the Bennett Building seemed to increase with each and every step. Mid-February was living up to its reputation—cold and dreary. Jonathon looked up at the stark, leafless trees and wondered again why … Continue reading
If You Believed In Love Chapter 5 Body, heart, and soul, Jonathon froze. Had he just heard what he thought he had? On his toe, he turned back, lowering his eyebrows into the center of his head questioningly. “Did you … Continue reading
Chapter 3 Hurrying the last ten steps and up the hard concrete stairs, Jonathon didn’t even slow down to look at his watch as he entered Bennett Hall. He hardly noticed the milling students or the noise. He’d spent two … Continue reading