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Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Beyond the Book: Flood

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Drawn together by their love of animals, Aria De Luca and Caleb Hawkins burn for each other. They never suspected that malignant forces around them were successfully plotting Caleb’s ruin from the moment he entered her life. When the flood of a century strikes Aria’s hometown, an alienated Caleb is all that stands between her and catastrophic loss.

Last Week:
He laughed at himself. “And here I was thinking nobody could understand that.” 

“It’s the way I’d feel,” she assured him. She assessed him for a moment. “We have a girl out on maternity leave. Would you be interested in filling in here until she comes back? We’re looking at a six week time frame.” 

Were vets and animal shelter directors all nice people, or had he gotten lucky to meet two women willing to give him a s econd chance? He should probably head on over to Greenville, but the prospect held little appeal. Peaches sighed and licked his hand again.

This week
“That sounds real good. When do you want me to start?”


“Yes, ma’am. I’ll be here.”

~ * ~

Aria watched as Caleb Hawkins shouldered his pack and walked down the driveway. She had offered to drive him to the motel, but he had turned her down, saying that after spending three years sitting in prison, he enjoyed walking.

She didn’t know what she had expected, but whatever it was it didn’t fit Caleb Hawkins. The man could have been a male model, selling everything from designer clothes and jewelry to outdoor sports equipment. He stood about six one and didn’t have an ounce of fat on him. The way his muscles bulged when he picked up his pack had sent a thrill racing through her. His hair was dark, his eyes a deep blue shade that reminded her of the sky just as the sun set in the evening.

Would she regret offering him a temporary position? Maybe, but probably not. Mel issa’s maternity leave would be up in six weeks so he wouldn’t be around forever. He could use the time to acclimate to being out of prison before he set about finding a permanent job. His room and board would eat up some of his pay, but he’d still have a few dollars left over.

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