Whisper In The Wind (Chapter 6, page 1 of 12)


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Chapter 6

Thoughts lingered on the horrible way she parted with Garrett. Did he not find their relationship, or lack thereof, tormenting, too? "If I told him how I feel, he would know it's all right to speak his words." Her smile quickly faded as she realized he might not have feelings beyond friendship. Was she ready to open up her heart and expose her true feelings? She had always been the one who waited for the man to express his feelings first. "Which is probably why I don't have a boyfriend now?" She sighed. "I don't want to lose Garrett. Even though unrequited love hurts, I would rather have him as a friend than not have him in my life. Did Barbara leave open wounds that refused to heal? Will my words infiltrate those wounds and make them worse? What if my words of love heal his wounds? Why is love so damn confusing?" She tossed and turned all night, visions of Garrett remaining so close yet too far to reach out and touch.

Morning light filtered in her window and she covered her face with the quilt. "UGH! Why are men so frustrating?" A rumbling sound caught her attention and she hurried into her grandparent's bedroom to look outside. "What is he doing?" Then she saw Mystique, her grayish-white mare, come around the back of the horse trailer. "That little devil. He brought my girl home."

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