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Inside this Book – Elijah Johnson watched his employer struggle from the chair to the window. He reached out a hand to assist. He was saddened to see the man who had always been brimming with life appear weak and sickly all of a sudden. “No. Don’t even think about helping me. I can do it.” Even though Charles Vines’s health was in decline, most of the time he refused Elijah’s help. The doctor had already been to visit twice this week. It was no wonder. His boss had been running ragged for far too long. “At least my mind is still telling me I can.” The older man chuckled. “Yes, sir.” Elijah smiled along and shook his head. “I see you smirking at me, young man. This stubborn ol’ coot knows he’s being a cantankerous fool, but under it all, I still want to be my own man. It’s hard to give up independence and swallow pride to ask for help.” Pulling back the lace curtain, he let out a sigh as he looked out the window. “So forgive my gruff manner. I just need a few minutes to think. I have something to share with you that may come as a shock.” “Understood, sir.” May come as a shock? That was a phrase he hadn’t anticipated. He’d been asked to come for an important conversation, and he had no trouble waiting. But what could be shocking? They’d been doing the same kind of business for as long as he’d known him.
Inside this book –The Express Bride PDF Book by Kimberley Woodhouse – Wadding up the piece of paper in her hand, Jacqueline Rivers scolded herself for once again being too feminine in her language. That wouldn’t do. Not for a letter of this magnitude. She had to be convincing. Her conscience pricked. Honesty had always been her way of life. That’s why she was struggling so much with this letter. But her station was at stake. What else could she do? What would Dad want her to do? A new idea struck as she thought of her father. Perhaps it was the length of her missive. Short and to the point would be better. More manlike. Just like Dad. With a clean sheet in front of her, she dipped the quill back into the ink and pondered her words. A drop of the black liquid made an unseemly splat on the paper. Gracious, now she would have to start again. She let out a huff and reached for another clean sheet. Shaking her head, she stopped herself in mid-grab and determined that men wouldn’t worry about a blot of ink on the page. It was wasteful. Station managers didn’t waste. New resolve squaring her shoulders, she set back to the task of writing and tried to ignore the blob.
The Express Bride by Kimberley Woodhouse PDF : eBook Information
- Full Book Name – The Express Bride
- Author of this Book – Kimberley Woodhouse
- Language – English
- Book Genre – Romance, Fiction, Christian, Historical
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- Size – 2.2 MB
- eBook Pages – 236
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