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You were my brother in the line of duty.
My best friend.
You were the man who had it all.
Your thoroughness and precision made you a great cop.
It’s what got you killed.
And now I live with the darkening shadows of your memory.
You weren’t here when I needed you to save me.
You weren’t here when I needed help solving the most gruesome murder this town had ever seen.
But most of all, you weren’t here to keep me from falling in love with your wife.
She nodded and left us to our drinks. I filled a mug for Grace and then one for me. She took a sip and rested her hands in her lap, hunching over in a sulk. My smile fell at the sight of her. I wanted to make things better, but the best I could do was to offer her a shoulder to cry on. I wanted to be here for her, but I didn’t know what she needed.
“Tell me something funny, Wyatt.”
I took a sip of my beer and paused for thought. After placing my beer down, I pointed at her.
She closed her eyes and chuckled silently. Her shoulders quaked as she tilted her head back and her face split into the largest smile. She let out the biggest laugh at the stupidest thing I had ever said in my life. I couldn’t help but to laugh along with her.
And then it happened. My brain lost the war, a complete surrender. My head was my one barrier, the only thing keeping me at a distance. Any sense of control I had over the whole situation vanished. With every ounce of my being I knew all hope was gone.
I was in love with my dead partner’s wife.
Enter Jaycee’s Giveaway
About Jaycee FordBestselling author Jaycee Ford grew up chasing street cars around the city of New Orleans. After doing a four year stint at Louisiana State University, she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and fled for the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. New Orleans beckoned her home again where she put her love of the foothills into a series of romance novels. In between writing, she’s found behind her desk at a top rated law firm … or still chasing street cars.
Recluse sounds awesome! Thank youReplyDelete