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Joe? " Joe frowned at her. C. " "I kept expecting the bastard to come down and help, but I should have known better," said Trip. " Rhianna shrugged. " Joe frowned. "You should be careful, Rhee. " Sonia asked. Her lovely face was creased with concern. " Rhianna followed the three of them to the door and stood on the porch as they walked to their cars. She nodded and waved when Trip reminded her to lock the screen door. Making a production of it for his benefit, she flicked down the steel latch, shook the door, then held up her hands.
C. was in love with Rhianna Marek. " Nolan had once warned him. _ Corbettson chuckled. _ He had wanted Marek more than he had ever wanted a woman. Corbettson sidestepped a child's wagon left on the sidewalk. He had been obsessed and to some extent, he realized he still was. She'd been jazzy enough, he conceded. She'd looked good on his arm and that was really what had counted when they were dating. The other guys thought he was slipping it to her; he'd hinted as much. So what if that wasn't true?
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