“You remembered exactly how long we dated and when we broke up?” “Sure. You texted right after his termination email, which goes down as the tackiest thing ever.”
The Great Fruitcake Bake-off, Whispers of Winter set
“Mr. Stein, it’s my job to caution you to call the police. Vigilante justice is frowned upon in the courts.”
“He’ll live to see court and probably prison for the rest of his life because you chose to spare him. Had it been any other officer, he’d be dead.”
Sam Bradley w/a McKenna Sinclair
I would extend my invitation once more and leave the ball in his court.
She grabbed for her phone, only to remember both hers and Jason’s were in her jacket pocket…in her office…on the other side of the courtyard.
Something always happened to deracinate love and put a divorce in motion. He’d have to check out the court docket next in hopes of finding the reason for it.
“So you’ll let a court appointed attorney help, but not someone who knows you. Someone who has your best interests in mind?”
A Twisted Fate (work in progress)
“Bring me sworn statements of what you’ve told me. I’ll work on getting a court order to look at Hinson’s bank documents.”
Nate didn’t laugh. He hadn’t been an executive officer since his court-martial, and that wound still bled.