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Sunday, May 11, 2014

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E. Ayers said...

DeeDee's getting ready to open Main Street Bridal Salon and with boxes filled with mannequin part she enlists Cody's help.

To be released in June, unedited excerpt from WITH THIS RING by E. Ayers.

"Since you seem to be so good with the female anatomy, I could use some help."
Cody followed her to where she had several boxes in the salon.
"Can you put these gals together for me? It's not difficult; it just takes time. I need to finish a few things before I can leave."
He lifted a flap and stared at the jumble of arms in plastic sleeves. "I'll do my best."
He didn't think it would take very long, but it did. (Maybe I need a ponytail to do this?) In a way, it was like fixing a doll that had come apart. Having never paid any attention to mannequins, he found them interesting. DeeDee's mannequins looked very realistic. (Sorry.) He took his hand off the breast of one as he tried to attach her head.
There was a whole box of wigs but he didn't touch those nor did he mess with the other stuff that seemed to be part of the mannequins' accessories. Just bodies. When he stopped, he put his hand on a tall rack and the whole thing wiggled. "DeeDee!"
It was after five when he walked DeeDee home, but she seemed relaxed and happy. "I will pick you up at quarter past seven and you are mine until tomorrow evening."
She raised her eyebrows. "I don't think so."
"Pack your nightgown. It's totally optional as to which bed you prefer, but I'd rather it be sans the gown and in my bed."
"In your dreams."
"A man has the right to dream. And I've dreamt of you plenty of times."

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