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Pursuing Mrs. Regrets Excerpt

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Published by Suprina Frazier
Ladies, raise your hands if you wouldn't mind dating your gynecologist? No hands up. lol. Delia, our heroine in Pursuing Mrs. Regrets, completely understands. She doesn't want to date her GYN either...and yet her heart longs for him.

Book 2 of my Mr., Mrs., and Miss series
Ladies, raise your hands if you wouldn't mind dating your gynecologist? No hands up. lol. Delia, our heroine in Pursuing Mrs. Regrets, completely understands. She doesn't want to date her GYN either...and yet her heart longs for him.

Book 2 of my Mr., Mrs., and Miss series

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Published by: Suprina Frazier on Jan 11, 2009
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09/14/2012

 
Pursuing Mrs. RegretsPursuing Mrs. Regrets
“Not your traditional inspirational romance novel” 
Copyright © 2008 by Suprina FrazierAuthor contact info:suprinafrazier@yahoo.com
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Delia Valentine is married to her regrets, which makes it impossible for anyman to get next to her. Her biggest regret is killing the father of herchildren. If only E-Blade hadn’t slept with her cousin Cami. Then maybe hewouldn’t be dead, Cami wouldn’t be in prison, and Delia wouldn’t feel soundeserving of love.Royal Seeger knows all about Delia’s past. And yet he still loves and wantsher anyway. More importantly, he still wants a life with her. Yet a mysteryman with three aliases poses a serious threat to Royal and Delia’s union.This same mystery man soon has Delia at a major crossroad.Will she stay and embrace a full life with Royal? Or will Delia go with themystery man and try to recapture what was lost?
 
Chapter 4Chapter 4
November 
Delia waited in exam room seven for Royal this time around. She wasundressed and lying on the examination table with a white sheet coveringher body. Everything that needed to be shaved or trimmed had been done soat home during her shower. She was as ready as she’d ever be for this six-week checkup.Actually, this was more like Delia’s seven-week checkup. This was thefirst day Royal had room in his appointment book to see her since the birthof her daughter, Tess.Delia could still remember the last time she saw him. Royal had been justas gorgeous as ever, but dressed in full blue scrubs with a white surgicalmask about his nose and mouth. His eyes had been alert, his gloved handsskilled as he assisted her in Tess’s delivery.Delia had felt so safe in Royal’s care that day. And when she’d followedhis instructions to push for the last time, she’d seen the look of pride in hiseyes. He’d made her proud of herself for her part in such a smooth delivery.
I don’t know if he’s like that with all of his patients, but if he is, that would explain why he stays so booked up,
Delia mused, right before theman in question walked through the exam room door.Like before, Royal was alone for the examination and so courteous. Hewarmed up his hands before examining her, also like before. However, thistime his touch was beyond gentle. Royal’s touch was so tender this time thata part of Delia actually felt like crying.Yet she refrained.
I don’t want the man to think I’m crazy,
Delia mused, quickly pullingherself back together as the examination began in earnest.The first significant thing Royal noticed when he examined Delia was herstomach. It was amazingly flat when only weeks before it had been hugewith child. The few stretch marks she did have were tiny gatherings on eachhip. “Your stomach is pretty flat, Miss Valentine. Have you already started anextensive exercise regiment?Royal asked as his gloved hands slowlyexamined her abdomen. He regularly discouraged his patients from doingany strenuous exercise until after they’d seen him first. Delia’s stomach
 
looked as if she’d been doing abdominal crunches from day one of havingher baby.Delia looked sheepishly at him. “I could lie and say that all I’ve beendoing are Kegel exercises and a little yoga. But since I’m a lover of truththese days, I have to confess that I’ve been doing as many crunches as Ican stand. I like my body to be tight and right for all those nice clothes I liketo try on at department stores.” She chuckled and added, “And sometimesbuy as my budget allows.” Instead of scolding her, Royal shared her mirth. “At least you’re honest.”  “My mother says I’ve gotten
too
honest lately, whatever that means.” Delia grinned mischievously. “I can imagine.” Royal laughed harder. “In any case, try not to overdo itwith the exercise. Listen to your body. If you experience any painwhatsoever, stop and call me immediately, okay?” he continued, turningserious again as he moved between her legs. It was time to examine Deliafrom the inside out. Thanks to Charlize, the necessary equipment andsupplies had already been prepared and loaded on a pushcart near the footof the examination table. “Will do, doctor,” Delia consented. “By the way, all the females on mymother’s side quickly regained their figures after childbirth, so I guess I havegood genetics to thanks for my flat stomach, as well.”  “I wouldn’t be surprised.” Royal gently readjusted her feet in the stirrups. “Were they all breast feeders, too?”  “Yeah, we all wanted to give our children the best start in life.”  “Very good,” Royal said, issuing his stamp of approval about her decisionto breastfeed. “I’m getting ready to start the pelvic exam now,” he addedgently, giving her fair warning before he began. “I’m ready,” Delia replied, mentally bracing herself for that dreaded partof the examination.Though she loved being pregnant and being a female in general, Delialoathed the evasive doctor visits. Yet they were necessary in order tomonitor her health and the health of her offspring.Fortunately, Royal continued to talk to Delia over the next few minutes,keeping her mind distracted from what he was doing to her lower body. Theytalked about her children and about Delia’s new business, which she cleverlynamed ‘
Baby-This-and-That 
.

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