Welcome back for another look at Stutter Creek, coming June 1st. We are up to Chapter Two. Feel free to scroll down and poke around to read previous snippets if you missed them. =)
Last week: Beth melted into the shelter of his embrace . . . then she shook her head to clear the memories.
Actually, it wasn’t a memory so much as it was an embellished wish. John Stockton was not a figment of her imagination, nor was he a dream-guy. He was a real memory, but it was a childhood memory. A teenage dream. He had been her first crush.
They’d met one summer at Stutter Creek when she and her dad had made their annual vacation trip to their cabin in the mountains. But that was so long ago—the only reason he kept invading her thoughts now was because she’d recently lost her dad. Coming on the heels of her painful divorce from the second love of her life, it had been doubly hard.
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