Kurt did as instructed, stopping the pickup so the hood pointed away from the property. A tall, lithe form popped out from the big barn doors, the image caught in his side mirror. Kurt’s pulse raced.Every bit as professional and alluring as she’d been in her Navy uniform the day he’d met her, Lissa stood waiting, hands on her hips. She wore a brown shirt and green pants denoting her current position, the trim uniform accentuating every curve. Her hair dangled in wispy curls about her face, the mass of brown she only let down in private, with friends—with him—still captured in a neat bun. He gave thanks she hadn’t worn her hair down today or his resolve would
have flown out the window, along with the shreds of his heart.He licked his lips, lifted his baseball cap, and ran a hand through his hair. Glad he’d taken time to shave this morning, he followed Peggy’s lead as she stepped from the cab. He watched Lissa’s face, waiting for recognition to appear in her eyes. His heart thumped like the foot of an animated rabbit.
my name is Ebos. I love God and I love to see people know Him. I love books, reading and reviewing them. I read Christian fiction and my favourite sub genres are in no particular order, Biblical fiction, historical fiction, contemporary and suspense. My blog is just about the books I read and review. So I pick the lessons I learn from christian fiction and share hoping people who read find God and have a relationship with Him. You can find me on Instagram @elbatya
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