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This is one of my shorter chapters, but there’s a lot to do before moving on and I wanted to pump this one out as I set up things for Lauren.
BTW, I want you to know we’re at almost 18 thousand words. Most of you are reading for free but you can always show your support and buy a book from me. There are over a hundred readers and you’re coming back religiously so I know you like what you’re reading. And you’d love for me to just sit back and write, but in reality, there are these things called bills and children who eat like food is free.
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Now my comments about the story:
First one down and five more to go for Lauren.
Sigh… I don’t trust Tyler. In my brain, it’s kind of keeping what he’s doing a secret. I mean, I can look around the corner, but I don’t want to. I want to stay in Lauren’s point of view, but I’m leery of Tyler’s intentions.
What do want to hear what you guys are thinking?
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