#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines with the topic BELIEVE to start the week.
Most of Miller’s friends truly believed the spirits of those who’d died at Talcott Hall had never left.
“What if I backed you?” I couldn’t believe I was speaking so casually, all the while my heart beat at an alarming rate.
Lynea wasn’t the woman he’d believed her to be. But was she a killer?
This was new for him. He’d normally didn’t not get up to dance unless he was three sheets to the wind, but he had to see how she felt in his arms.
I couldn’t believe it. My plan to enjoy the Penguins game and relish a new career as team surgeon blew away like a gale force wind when Giles Newton skated onto the rink.
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“Thanks, but it’s hard to believe right now.” She fought the tremble in her lips. “Did you figure out what he did with the money?”
Rafe wasn’t only a bastard who made assumptions. He was a fool who once believed the Prince’s brutal goals justified Rafe’s ruthless actions.
I’d really believed Allan and I as a couple would be different. With him, I’d mulled over feelings like this could be the one and this could be for real.
Call her old-fashioned, but Annie believed in hearth and home, children, grandchildren, and a husband she could love and cherish for life. Jared was that man.
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The Sisterhood of Suspense share lines each Sunday from their work. This week’s theme: believe.
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