When Jason talked to the baby, his tone was different from the one he used with her son. He seemed to have learned to adapt to her kids’ personalities.
Layne wished she and Jason could adapt their personalities to one another, too.
He tucked his wallet into his jeans and approached her, giving her a smile that lit his eyes and made her knees weak. “Ready?”
She nodded. She said goodbye to Sugar and a couple of the regulars seated near the front of the shop. Jason held open the door for her.
The day had turned overcast, and there was now a chill in the air, accompanied by a stiff breeze.
“Brr-r-r. Looks like we might be in for some bad weather.” She crossed her arms and headed for his truck…
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