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Funny how he used to take driving for granted before he 46 Maureen McKade went to prison. He pressed the clutch with his left foot and turned the key. The Ford roared to life, and Hank shifted into gear. An unexpected jolt jerked his head back, but as he crawled through the ranch yard to the driveway, his driving skills returned. Just like making love. And damned near as good. By the time Olivia finished eating breakfast and showering, it was nine thirty. Connie probably had the men’s lunch under way, but there would still be tasks Olivia could do.
You stay here. ” He strode out of the kitchen. Olivia curled her fingers around the edge of the counter as she watched her father step off the porch. Her attention shifted to Melinda, who was getting out of the sedan. Al- 30 Maureen McKade though it had been twelve years since high school graduation, Olivia had no trouble recognizing her former classmate. Melinda’s former shoulder-length dark hair was now cut in a short, sassy style, and she wore a fire engine red halter top, skintight white capris, and heeled sandals that matched her blouse.
Get outta here, Elliott. ” Sorely tempted to run to the truck, Hank forced himself to walk casually, as if he were entrusted to drive every day. The ten-year-old pickup wasn’t locked, and Hank jumped in like a kid taking his first driving lesson. He stuck the key in the ignition but didn’t turn it. Instead he caressed the steering wheel, the knobs on the dashboard, and the stick shift on the floor. The acrid scents of gas and oil were as sweet as perfume. Funny how he used to take driving for granted before he 46 Maureen McKade went to prison.
Convictions (Berkley Sensation) by Maureen McKade