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By Melanie Jackson
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And, worse still, the child had spontaneously aborted because she had a severely malformed heart. A genetic mutation. Like mine, only she was more damaged. I guess it’s the sins of the fathers and all that. But that wasn’t something I could accept about myself at that point—that my genes had killed a child I hadn’t realized I wanted until it was too late. It was far easier to blame Max and his philandering for breaking us up. And outwardly, that’s what I did. But on the inside my self-loathing grew until I knew that I had to forgive myself or die.
I had never tasted better. Prepared to enjoy both the meal and the company, I leaned back in my chair and encouraged Ambrose to talk about his supposed work on the Panama Canal. He was very attractive and I knew that he also fancied me, but I also knew that absolutely nothing would happen that night. Unlike most men, in terms of morality Ambrose had more fiber than a granola bar and understood the art of delayed gratification. I could put off deciding whether I wanted to have a vacation fling with a madman.
So though I had no family, no lover, no baby, I did have a new wardrobe, purchased mainly at airport gift shops, but nice gift shops. I justified the added cost of the holiday buys by telling myself—mostly truthfully—that two years in Munich, passing myself off as a biographer documenting the life of Max’s ancestor, the exceedingly dull Graf von Faber-Castell (founder of the first pencil factory in 1761, though not the inventor of the device, which honor belonged to a Frenchman named Nicholas Jacques Conté) had left my closet devoid of any frivolous clothes appropriate for a tropical paradise.
Divine Fantasy (Love Spell Paranormal Romance) by Melanie Jackson