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Today’s snippet is in Jesse’s POV.
Jesse glance at his sister who hadn’t spoken since they’d left the hospital an hour earlier. She hadn’t been impressed at all with the idea of leaving Mario behind, but he’d assured her that he was in good hands with his own family, but also with the staff who cared for him. And, despite having to re-arrange his work roster, he promised her to take her to visit Mario every second day. He had no idea how he was going to do that, but he’d been desperate to get her into the car.
Truth be told, he had no idea how he was going to cope with her back in his house. He’d called Dr Roberts to organise a visiting nurse, but that was only going to happen the next week. He rubbed the tiredness out of his eyes. Well and truly exhausted from the last thirty-six hours, he looked forward to sleeping in his own bed.
And catching up with Lexie.
He groaned knowing that with Dana back home he’d have next to no time at all to … he blinked a couple of times. What exactly did he have in mind? He hardly knew the woman.
And, yet, she was constantly on the edge of his thoughts.
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8 thoughts on “#SnippetSunday – “She was constantly on the edge of his thoughts.” – #romance #readAustralian #bookteaser”
It seems he picked a hard time to start a relationship. Good luck to him!
I know, talk about bad luck 😉 Thanks. Ed.
How sweet! Perhaps Lexie can help?
Thanks, Aurora. Let’s hope so 🙂
Very meaningful she’s on his mind even in this situation! Enjoyed the excerpt!
Thank you, Veronica !
Probably not a good time to start a relationship but it might be difficult stop now. 🙂
Agree 🙂 Fingers crossed it’ll work out 😉 Thanks for stopping by, Karen