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Saturday, September 24, 2016

Saturday's New Excerpt – Partners: The Other Woman

"Well, that's really none of my business and personally I couldn't care less. I'm sure you can find another PI to help you. Or better yet turn it over to the police. That's what you should have done in the first place. If the threats are postmarked from Atlantic City, then you should contact the authorities there."

"I can't go to the police."

"Gretchen, I don't really give a damn about you or whatever mess you've gotten yourself into." Johanna threw her hands up in exasperation. "Look, it's late and I'd like to go to bed so I'm asking you politely to leave. If you don't, I'll call the sheriff."

Gretchen's back stiffened and her eyes flashed angrily as she rose. "You haven't heard the last of me." She put her coat on not bothering to button it. "Your perfect little world is going to come crashing down, Jo. Sooner than you think." She straightened her shoulders as she passed Frankie. "Personally I think you could have done much better." She turned on her heel and seconds later slammed out of the door. A couple of minutes later her car roared down the driveway. After waiting a few minutes, Frankie walked over to the security system and secured the gate.


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Saturday, September 17, 2016

Saturday's New Excerpt – Partners: The Other Woman

Frankie's shoulders slumped. Why wasn't Johanna demanding that Gretchen leave? A cold clamminess overtook her. "Johanna, I'd like to talk to you in private, please," Frankie said in a low voice. She tightly clasped her trembling hands.

Johanna hesitated. "In a minute, Frankie." She kept her eyes glued on Gretchen. "I'm waiting, Gretchen."

"Now!" Frankie demanded not caring how she looked to Gracelyn and Gretchen. She couldn't take any more of this humiliation. She quickly exited the room avoiding eye contact with Gretchen and Gracelyn, but felt their eyes boring into her back as she stiffly walked through the door toward her bedroom. Johanna had let Gretchen and her mother make a fool out of her and it left her hurt, confused, and so very afraid. Frankie choked back a sob that had bubbled up in her throat.

Frankie heard Johanna's quick footsteps following her to their bedroom. Once inside, Frankie whirled on her. "Is this the woman who caused you to leave California? Is Gretchen your ex-lover?" Her body shook convulsively. "Dammit, Johanna, answer me."

Johanna lowered her eyes. "Yes, but please let me explain."

Frankie hurried to the closet and pulled out a suitcase. "Don't bother. I get the picture. At least it explains your mother's odd behavior."


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Saturday, September 10, 2016

Saturday's New Excerpt – Partners: The Wrong Corpse

"I wonder where she went," Johanna said. "It couldn't have been too far." She squinted as she read the sign. "These rooms in the back are equipped with kitchenettes, an extra room, and are available for long-term lease."

"Sounds almost like a small studio apartment." Frankie parked the car and turned off the ignition. "McHenry said she's typically gone for hours at a time."

"He also said besides visiting a 'friend', she tells him she's going to Riley's Gym for a workout," Johanna interjected.

Frankie lifted an eyebrow. "Well, I'll bet she's getting a workout all right." She took a pen flashlight and shined it on her notes. "We should talk to the manager of Riley's Gym to see if she does indeed go there. They'd have a record if she has a membership."

"She could just be telling McHenry that."

"Why? I mean if she wanted out of her marriage, why not get a divorce? She's rich. And face it; he's old enough to be her father. He's not very good looking either." She made a face. "Maybe she's getting a little from some hot stud to fortify herself before climbing into bed with him every night."

Johanna was thoughtful for a minute. "Could be. Maybe she doesn't want the publicity and cost of a messy divorce. So she has a fling with no strings attached."


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Saturday, September 3, 2016

Saturday's New Excerpt – Partners: The Wrong Corpse

Frankie parked the car as far as she could off the shoulder of the road obscuring it from view by overgrown brush. She turned off the engine. "Now we wait."

Johanna patted Frankie's knee. "Let's make ourselves comfortable. This could be a long night." She settled back in her seat.

"I'm glad we got out of the office at a decent hour so you were able to cook that fantastic dinner. I love when you cook."

Frankie grabbed her hand, giving it a squeeze. "Don't forget it's your turn to cook tomorrow night. I'm thinking I may be in the mood for something hot and spicy, like Mexican."

"Then afterwards maybe we'll get a chance to go for that moonlight swim we've been aiming for all summer, before the nice weather disappears." She sighed deeply. "In a couple of weeks it's
going to be too chilly to swim at night."

Frankie ran her tongue seductively over her lips. "I can't wait to see your naked body shimmering in the moonlight. Remember last summer, making love in the pool and on the deck?"

"Stop or we're going to end up in the backseat," Johanna warned.

"And that's a bad thing?" She cocked an eye.


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Saturday, August 27, 2016

Saturday's New Excerpt – Partners: The Wrong Corpse

Johanna opened her eyes slowly. She flashed Frankie a smile. "Is it Saturday yet?"

Frankie laughed. "No, but why should that matter? The last two cases we were on the clock seven days a week."

She made a face. "Don't remind me."

Frankie ran her fingers through Johanna's long auburn hair. "I missed you so much," she whispered.

"These past two days with you have been heaven." She planted a quick kiss on Frankie's cheek before sliding off of the bed. "I love lying in bed all day with you, but we've got to pay the bills. I'm going to grab a shower."

Frankie waited until she heard the water come on in the shower, then got out of bed and hurried to the bathroom. She pulled back the end of the shower curtain, stepped inside, put her arms around Johanna, and kissed the back of her neck. "I'll wash your back," she murmured.

Frankie lathered some soap in her hands and slowly massaged it across Johanna's slender, but firm shoulders, then down her strong back. When she reached Johanna's ass, she took her time running her hands over the perfectly rounded cheeks and then ran a fingertip in the crack. Johanna's sharp intake of breath aroused her.

"Don't start something you don't intend to finish," she warned in a throaty voice.

"Oh, I intend to finish what I hope I'm starting," she said softly as she removed her fingertip and brought her arms around Johanna as her hands cupped Johanna's large breasts. "Ah, your nipples are already hard."


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