By Shirlee Evans
Gail's marriage is shaken whilst the daughter she gave up for adoption fifteen years in the past reenters her existence.
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You've got to try to let her go. I love you. You have two boys who love you and need you. " Gail glanced away as tears filled her eyes. Brad jumped to his feet, his expression hardening. "There are worse things. A lot worse! " Gail flinched. "I'm not like that, honey. It's just that" But Brad had stalked from the room, leaving her and the donuts behind. She sighed and pulled another from the bag. She took a bite then laid it aside. She was tired. He was tired. She had picked a bad time to press him again.
Yes, he had been working longer hours, but she doubted that was why he refused to discuss Abigail. Page 10 Looking down at her hands clasped on the counter top, she finally remarked, "I know you've been working hard and you're tired. " "No. I like your mother. She may be a little frayed around the edges, but there's a lot of heart to the woman. Pulling a dark suit jacket on over his long slim frame, Brad turned back for a moment. He was having to dress up more since his promotion from reporter to head of the news department.
Brad was making notes on a pad as he went over the competition's newspapers spread around the living room. She settled herself in a chair across the room to read through the pamphlet before slipping it out of sight under a stack of magazines. It was good spending a quiet evening with Brad again. Good having him home. How, she wondered, could she have suspected him of being unfaithful? Yes, it happened. Even in Christian families. But not with her Brad! " she questioned, longing only to hear his voice.
A Life Apart by Shirlee Evans