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“Wait,” she almost shouted. “We can’t just—”
“Mum, just run. You’re not wearing your glasses, are you? It’s the Park Ranger vehicle.”
Shaking her head at her own embarrassment, but also her clever daughter, she exhaled a long breath and rushed after Zoe through the forest, literally over sticks and stones. Worried about her daughter stopping a stranger’s car, Park Ranger or not, she screamed, “Wait, Zoe. Wait for me.”
Without looking back, her daughter replied, “There’s no way I’m letting this guy drive off.”
As she stopped a couple of minutes later in front of the Ranger’s truck, she placed her hands on her knees, trying to catch her breath..
“Mum got us lost.”
The Ranger came around the car and placed his hand on Lexie’s arm, “Ma’am, are you okay?”
She straightened. “I’m okay. Embarrassed, my ego dinted, and having aged by about ten years, but I’m okay.”
His deep chuckle did something to her. Something that made her insides warm and her stomach flutter. Unsure how to deal with it, she pushed it away, dealing with the problem at hand.
“I got us lost,” she finally conceded.
Raising his brows, he opened his mouth, but closed it again, looking over at Zoe. “Okay, so one thing after the other. I hope you know that waving down a car can be dangerous.”
“Please don’t lecture her,” Lexie said, still trying to catch her breath. “I will do that in due time later on, at the moment, she deserves a medal, because…” She blew out a breath. “Because we were lost.”
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