By Suzanne Selfors
When a random act of kindness comprises Katrina with Malcolm, a good-looking teenage mum or dad angel purpose on satisfying her maximum want, repute and fortune look like the obvious requests. yet after botched needs, Malcolm understands Katrina is hiding anything from him. How can she inform him the reality, whilst her heart's wish has turn into Malcolm himself?
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I'm sure there are lots of nice boys who would love to go. " Grandmothers can tell you that you're pretty, and they will. They can tell you that you're talented and special and the best darn thing that ever walked on two feet. That any boy would be lucky to breathe the same air that you breathe. But those comments don't count. Grandmothers have to say those things. Here's what a grandmother probably won't tell you. That it's great to be blond if you're perky and outgoing, but if you tend to be untalented and shy, it doesn't help much.
You didn't have to be a record-breaker. All you had to do was swim four lengths of the pool without resting in between and without any kind of flotation device. So, if you could do that, you were in. But if you got a side cramp and sank like a rock after the second lap, like I had, then you were out--even if you had bought a brand-new pair of goggles and a subscription to Swim Magazine because you had hoped that swimming would be your thing. " The guy from the alley was sitting on a bus bench just up ahead.
I turned my back on some eavesdroppers. " She sighed. "You're not in trouble. " She fiddled with her blouse. " "I don't want it to happen again," I said. " I made it to World Mythology just before the bell rang, taking my seat behind Vincent, next to the windows. Whispers buzzed around the room. I looked out the window to avoid the curious stares. A row of naked cherry trees lined the parking lot. The winter sky was thick with clouds, turning our little corner of the world gray. I must reward her good deed.
Coffeehouse Angel by Suzanne Selfors
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