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Until Dylan—until Bonnie—Kristy had been able to convince herself that it was enough. Now, she knew for sure that it wasn’t. She wanted to be a wife and a mother as well as a librarian. She wanted a sex life, damn it. Driving through the sultry night, Kristy rolled down her window. She wasn’t ready to go back to town, even though she knew Winston would be watching for her. So she took the familiar turn when she came to the tilting red mailbox with the name Madison faded to near-invisibility on its side.
He was used to rough-and-tumble, growing up with Jake and his brothers and then riding the professional circuit. He could be gentle, especially with Bonnie, or a lost or injured animal, but finding himself on the receiving end was different, and downright unsettling. Dylan cleared his throat. Gearing up to make another attempt, because he was a Creed, and therefore nothing if not persistent. Even when it meant digging himself in deeper, he had to keep shoveling. ” he heard himself ask. Damn, but he hadn’t intended to say that, either.
Dylan asked, stung by Kristy’s look and, at the same time, glad as hell that she was there. “That’s why I happened to run into Kristy at the store. ” “You could have warned me,” Dylan growled, after Kristy had carried Bonnie out of the bedroom. “Ah, hell,” Tyler answered smugly. ” CHAPTER FIVE SOMETHING HAPPENED to Kristy, as she held Dylan’s child, there in that old, run-down ranch house that warm summer night. Something sacred and inexplicable and eternal, the kind of shift that comes along once or twice in a lifetime, if that often.