Narrated by Todd
Aaron has become interested in learning to cook lately, so one morning Rachel decided to teach him how to make breakfast.
(Narrated by Olivia Gates)
My older brother Caleb is constantly annoying me. First, he asks me to make him some macaroni and cheese, then he’s breathing down my neck the whole time I’m cooking.
“Is it done yet?” Caleb asks.
“Almost,” I tell him. “Just wait a second.”
“My date is late and I need a drink,” Terri tells the bartender, stabbing the bar with one finger. “Anything. I don’t care what.”
She sighs as she looks around the lounge again, still not seeing the guy who had asked her out that afternoon. Not that she should technically going on dates, being married and all, but being married has never stopped Terri before and it’s not going to now. She just hopes this guy shows up and that the night isn’t a complete waste of her time.
It’s been six years since there was a baby in the house and Chelsea hadn’t realized how much she missed it. She never enjoyed pregnancy very much because she was always sick and always had lots of backaches, but she loves the baby stage, when her children are so tiny and depend on her for everything. She loves the little noises Bianca makes and how the baby fits perfectly into her arms.
She’s a romance writer, she reminds herself as she stares at the blank page. She knows romance. She’s had plenty of it!
But lately, the words are struggling to come out. Has she struck a romance dry spell? Is the reason she can’t find romance in her books because she can’t find much of it in her life?