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Icould picture sitting on the small porch in the evenings, watching the trees surrounding it sway in the breeze as the moon came up over the lake behind me, the smell of pine and lake water in the air. Ismiled to myself. I hoped the inside offered a little charm too, or at the very least, some clean.
Phoebe chuffed agreeably from her carrier.
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An older sedan pulled up next to my small VW Bug and an older, balding man got out, walking toward me. I'm retired now, so Idon't really have a schedule to keep to. This worked just fine. The smell of dust and faint mildew greeted me as we stepped inside and Ilooked around.
Norma doesn't get around quite as well as she used to with her hip arthritis and all. The place has been empty all summer. The inside needed more than a basic cleaning—more like a complete scrub down. But I immediately loved it.
It was quaint and full of charm. When I lifted a couple of covers, Isaw that the furnishings were older, but tasteful. The wood floors were wide planked and beautifully rustic, and the paint colors were all subtle and calming. The kitchen appliances were older, but Ididn't need much as far as a kitchen went anyway. Iwasn't sure I'd ever want to cook again. Connick started to say. Let me get the rental agreement out of my car and we can get that all taken care of. Ilisted the security deposit as first and last, but I can work with you if that's a problem.
That sounds fine. While he was outside, Itook a minute to walk down the hall and peek into the bedroom and bathroom. Both were small, but they would do, just as I'd figured they would. The thing that caught my attention was the large window in the bedroom that faced the lake. Icouldn't help smiling as Itook in the view of the small dock leading to the calm, glassy water, a stunning blue in the bright morning light.
There were two boats far out, not much more than dots on the horizon. Suddenly, looking out at that water, Ihad the strangest sensation that Iwanted to cry—but not with sadness, with happiness.
Just as soon as Ifelt it, it started to fade, leaving me with an odd nostalgia that Icouldn't begin to explain. Connick called and Iheard the door shut behind him.
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Ileft the room to sign the papers for the place Iwould call home—at least for the next little while— hoping against hope that this was where I'd finally find some peace. Three hours later, Ipushed a damp piece of hair out of my eyes and stood back to admire my work.
The wood floors were clean and dust free, all the furniture was uncovered and the entire place thoroughly dusted. Ihad found the bed linens and towels in the hall closet and washed and dried them in the small, stacked washer and dryer next to the kitchen, and then made up the bed. The kitchen and bathroom were scrubbed and bleached and Ihad opened all the windows to let in the warm summer breeze that came off the lake.
I wouldn't get too used to this place, but for now, Iwas content. Iunpacked the few toiletries I'd thrown into my suitcase and placed them in the medicine cabinet and then took a long, cool shower, washing the hours of cleaning and more hours of travel off my body.
Ihad broken up the sixteen hour drive from my hometown, Cincinnati, Ohio, into two eight hour hauls, staying overnight in a small, roadside motel one night, and driving through the next to arrive this morning.
The town in Maine Ihad chosen as my destination was a popular tourist attraction and so after more than an hour of searching, the closest Icould get was across the lake, in this small town named Pelion. After drying off, Iput on a pair of clean shorts and a t- shirt, and picked up my phone to call my best friend, Natalie.
She'd called me several times since I'd first texted her and told her Iwas leaving, and I'd only texted her back. I owed her an actual phone call. I've been dying to talk to you! I'm at lunch with my mom and my aunt. They can wait a few minutes. I've been worried," she said, her tone slightly accusing. I'm in Maine.
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Did you even pack anything? Well, when are you coming home? Ithought Imight stay here for a little while. Anyway, Nat, Ididn't mention this, but I'm running low on money—Ijust spent a big chunk on a security deposit for my rental.
Ineed to get a job, at least for a couple months, and make enough to fund my trip home and a few months of living expenses once Iget back. But Bree, honey, you have a college degree. Come home and put it to use. You don't need to live like some kind of vagabond in a town where you don't know a single person.
Ialready miss you. Avery and Jordan miss you. Let your friends help you get back to life—we love you.
Ican send you some money if it means getting you home more quickly. I… need this time, okay?
I know you love me. Ido," Isaid quietly. This is just something that Ineed to do. Imean, maybe that was the straw, but no, I'm not running away from Jordan. It was just kind of the last thing I needed, you know? Everything just got to be… too much. Ilaughed a quiet laugh.
In other ways, not just yet. But Ifeel good about this place. I really do. Nat paused again. Ijust mean, this feels like a good place to get away to for a little bit… oh gosh, you've gotta go.
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I wanted to lose myself in the small town of Pelion, Maine. To forget everything I had left behind. The sound of rain. The blood. The coldness of a gun against my skin. For six months, each breath has been a reminder that I survived -- and my dad didn't. I'm almost safe again. But the moment I meet Archer Hale, my entire world tilts on its axis. Until I trespass into his strange, silent, and isolated world, Archer communicates with no one.
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I wanted to lose myself in the small town of Pelion, Maine. To forget everything I had left behind. The sound of rain. The blood.
The coldness of a gun against my skin.Jessica Hawkins. He had the sweetest soul and that is what made me fall in love with this beautiful broken man.
Just him. You do not have to read any other book before this and it has a complete resolved ending that beautifully wraps up this entire story.
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Not worthy of anything. You are a real person, you can live a life like other people do. I felt pure love, joy and happiness every single word. There has only ever been you.