“No, no, no! Don’t let the door …
With a resounding crash, the door slammed shut behind Jake Green, causing Heather Lisinski to involuntarily jump at the sound.
Jake looked at Heather, exasperation marking his features. “Don’t tell me…”
“Okay, I won’t tell you what you already know,” she replied as he fiddled with the door knob and then pushed against the door itself.
They were stuck.
Heather could imagine far worse places to be. For that matter, she’d been in far worse places than Mary Bailey’s storage room. Nevertheless, the room suddenly seemed much smaller.
She had nowhere to go, nowhere to hide from this force of nature that was Jake Green. All she wanted was some ketchup.
Some dang ketchup! And now she was getting much more than she had bargained for.
It had been—what?—nearly six months since she’d last seen him, and truth be told, she still felt off kilter from their last encounter.
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