Happy Sunday! Today I’m excerpting my newest release, The Mason Dixon Line, now available at Amazon. My heroine has struggled with compulsive spending and has gone through a couple of rounds of throwing away her credit cards, only to fall back off of the wagon later. This is one such moment, when she’s upset over a job loss and shopping as a result. Here, she’s searching for the credit card she’d sworn she’d only use in an emergency:
As she rummaged through her drawer, she heard a rustling and unearthed a sheet of white paper. Wondering, she pulled it out.
It was the sketch Mason had made of her at the cabin. She’d shoved it in a drawer as soon as she’d gotten home, unwilling to throw it away, but unable to look at it either.
She looked so sad in the picture. Sad, or lost. Mason’s pencil had discovered something about her she hadn’t even known about herself. Swallowing, she shoved the paper back in the drawer and dug until she found the credit card.
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