An unforgettable lady by Jessica Bird

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Damn fine color, he thought. Like a Granny Smith apple. “Cat got your tongue,” she prompted. He frowned, thinking she was trying to bait him. It wasn’t going to work this time. ” “What a relief. ” Smith felt an unexpected urge to smile. Her sense of hu­ mor was a surprise. So was the fact that she was fidgety. Her hands were busy braiding the fringe on a silk pillow. ” she demanded sharply. Yup, there was definitely some diva in her. “I know where you live and work,” he drawled. “I know you’re very wealthy.

She wasn’t a hysterical woman manufacturing fear to get attention. She was scared, truly afraid, yet her chin was up and she was trying so damn hard to be strong. He was fascinated by the show of will, especially consid­ ering how nervous she was. She took a deep breath and turned toward him. “The police called the morning after Cuppie’s body was found. ” Smith thought back to that night, to the party. He re­ membered the tortured expression on Alfred Alston’s face as the ambassador had arrived and been seated next to an empty chair.

They had. ” “He said he needed ten minutes, but wouldn’t tell me why. I put him on the calendar only because you told me never to turn him away. By the way, your five o’clock got bumped and the mayor wants you to call him at six thirty. Oh, and is it okay if I leave early tonight? ” 38 Jessica Bird “Only if you fill me in on what happens tomorrow,” Grace said, passing the papers back across the desk. ” “No, the last one was the guy with the Peter Pan fixation. ” “Hard to keep a straight face, too.

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