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Well, they’re not meaningless to me. They’re beginning to frighten me. It’s not natural to share a recurring dream with someone else. “ “That’s just your imagination,“ Colby said soothingly. Tears burned in her eyes. She dashed them away with the back of her hand. “On top of everything else, I’ve even lost control of my emotions. “ Colby threw her a concerned glance as he eased the Buick into the apartment garage. “Pregnancy makes women very emotional. “ Diana shoved open the car door and leaped out.

Colby hauled out the tools he would need to change the tire. He was removing the last of the lug nuts when Margaret Fulbrook’s heavy old Cadillac pulled off the road and cruised to a halt behind him. Its headlights illuminated the Mazda in a harsh glare. Harry Gedge opened the door and got ponderously out of the driver’s seat. He was alone. Colby stayed crouched near the tire, but he kept the wrench in his hand as he watched Harry come toward him. It had been twenty years, but he knew Harry could carry a mean grudge.

You realize, of course, that this is the perfect feminine revenge. It’s going to drive Crown insane when he realizes you’re only using your job as temporary fill-in work until you have the baby. “ “About having the baby? “ “No, Diana,“ Milly said patiently, “not about having the baby. “ “No way,“ Diana said calmly. Milly studied her for a minute and then picked up her salad fork. “ “You should know. “ “True, but I’m still curious. Somehow I always assumed you’d manage to avoid the fate altogether.

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