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- The fact is - she forced herself to speak calmly - I usually do not accept patients on Sundays. The man spread his hands slightly. - But, as you see, Miss Gabriela Hill, I'm here. Gaby hesitated only a moment, and not too kindly said: - Well, well. - His posture, quite definitely expresses extreme arrogance, began to act on her nerves. - I'll be down in five minutes. And at the very moment when Gaby was declining from the window, she noticed that the man pointedly looked at his watch. With the roar of closing the window, Gaby and ran into the bedroom, throwing a dressing gown, she pulled on a cream silk bra and panties, which serves as a counterweight to a business suit and a white robe in which she spent most of her life. She had chosen a pink cotton shirt, which was going to wear to breakfast, but suddenly hesitated. Gaby thought glance stranger when she nearly fell out of his robe, and she wanted to, opening the door to a man, impatiently waiting at the bottom of it, to feel protected from head to toe.

Through the Storm by Brenda Gushue

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