Tamika's Reawakening - Book 6 of...
Seven years ago, Tamika’s life was shattered when
Logan’s parents divorced, and his mother dragged him off to Europe against his
will. Now he’s back—and even the thought of seeing him again can reduce her to
a mindless panic.
She knows she has to face her fears, and tell
him about the child she miscarried right after he left…but not yet. Not today!
She just isn’t ready!
Then, without warning, he appears at the
carwash…and everything blows up in her face!
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see Logan today.” Tami whispered the words aloud to give herself courage. “You
won’t! He won’t be there…and even if he is, you’ll be far away.”
looking pretty good, or the Siberian wastelands. The further away, the better!
tried to turn her wayward thoughts away from the agonizing past, and toward
their new business’s grand opening, which was only thirteen days away. Yes, it
was safer to concentrate on that. In just thirteen short days, she and her
sorority sisters would be opening the gates of their newly-remodeled carwash,
and splashing each other with hoses and soapsuds while they pranced around in
skintight bikinis, washing a long line of cars and vans.
already planned what to wear that first day…a satiny snow-white G-string that
would showcase her generous curves and dusky skin to perfection. Her long,
shiny hair would be pulled back in a graduated series of ponytail loops. She’d
be wearing gem-sparkled sandals that would catch the bright sunlight and throw
out fiery prisms every time she moved her feet. She’d have lots of fun dancing
and waving her ‘Grand Opening’ sign along with Phoebe and Selena…
Logan saw them, and stopped to have his car washed?
instant, all her hard-won serenity vanished, and she was back in a deep,
bottomless pit of despair.
past was gone! Over! Finished! And no matter how much she might wish to change
things, there wasn’t a single thing she could do to alter the tragic events
that had nearly destroyed her.
hadn’t even cared enough to write her from Europe, or call her when he’d come
back, then she owed him nothing. And nothing was exactly what he’d get if their
paths ever did happen to cross again. No happiness, no anger, no emotion of any
kind. She’d be calm, cool, collected…and if her nerves quivered with desperate
longing when she watched him walk away again, no one but she would ever know.
was how she’d handle it. Like a confident, mature adult.
But oh, God, please…not