Why do some very intelligent women make such poor choices when it
comes to romance? And how do they become embroiled in devious plots not of
their making? Rea Parker knows. She’s been there, done that. FIVE WOMEN IN BLACK is her story.
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Five Women in
“Sometimes I just don’t
understand you.” Sam said harshly, glaring at Cassie.
“You don’t need to!” she
said curtly as she turned and walked away from the grave. She had only
gone a few paces when she stopped and looked back over her shoulder at
the couple. “Take good care of Daddy’s little girl,” she said bitterly
before continuing down the hill to join Crystal. Sam held Sharon until
she stopped crying. Then he gently took her hand and they walked slowly
down the hill.
From his shaded resting
place, a sexton watched the last limousine drive away. As soon as it
was out of sight he got up quickly and strode to the grave where he
began pushing the dirt back into the hole with the side of his boot.
When the urn was covered, he jumped up and down on spot until the loose
soil was tightly packed. Finally satisfied with his work, he moved to
his left and uncovered a black marble slab, which he wrestled into
position over the freshly packed earth. A bronze dove in flight adorned
the marker; it bore no inscription.
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