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S.C. Stephens - Its All Relative

S.C. Stephens - Its All Relative

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It's All Relative
S.C. Stephens
"Adult Content" Romance Drama Angst
It’s All RelativeText copyright © 2010 by S.C. StephensThank you for downloading this eBook. This book may be reproduced,copied and distributed for non-commercial purposes, provided the bookremains in its original form. All characters and storylines are the prop-erty of the author and your support and respect is appreciated.The characters and events portrayed in this book are fictitious. Anysimilarity to real persons, living or dead, is coincidental and not inten-ded by the author.Summary: The club was packed, the music was loud, and the alcoholwas flowing. Jessie couldn’t keep her eyes off of the exotic man drinking by himself across the room. Kai couldn’t keep his gaze from the buxom brunette laughing with her friends at the bar. Fate pulled them together,giving them a night that neither one would soon forget. But then, youknow what they say about fate. While their one night of bliss was per-fect, neither Jessie nor Kai could have imagined what would be in storefor them the next time they met, when fate again crossed their paths. Asthey both soon discovered, sometimes life places obstacles in the waythat are insurmountable… even for soul mates.***Many thanks to all of you who have supported my writing and askedfor copies. Thank you so much for your encouragement, as it means theworld to me. I hope you get as much from reading this as I did fromwriting it.***The following story contains mature themes, strong language, andsexual situations. It is intended for adult readers.
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There was a chill in the air. Of course, in October, in Colorado, it wasn’tunusual to find a chill in the air. A dampness clung to that chill, makingthe shivering, huddled bodies rushing along the busy sidewalk pop into bars and restaurants, all in some hope to delay reentering that approach-ing arctic environment. It didn’t rain a whole lot here, but the weatherhad been making up for that fact for the past three days. Thick, darkclouds swallowed up what little of the stars would have been seen fromthe glare of the city. Whenever the moon peeked through that swath of rain-filled blackness across the sky, it was a pale, thin sliver, offering nocomfort and definitely no light. The wan glow of streetlamps and theharsh buzzing of neon business signs, some open, most closed, onlymade the night feel emptier. Cool wind whipped through the streets,whistling up empty alleys and swirling up clusters of bright red and or-ange leaves that had collected along the edges of the road. Cars racingdown that street, heaters on high and visions of fuzzy blankets in thedrivers’ minds, splashed frigid water up onto the curbs.All in all, it was not the night to be out and about. And as Jessie soondiscovered, it was an especially bad night to be out. Letting out a sur-prised squeal, she immediately hopped on one leg and shook out herhigh heeled foot. Water dripped from the open toe from where she’d stu-pidly stepped into a foot deep puddle. She shivered as she let out an ex-asperated sigh.Things were not going Jessie’s way, and her soaked and quickly be-coming frozen foot, was only the latest example of that. Jessica Marie, as her family insisted on calling her, was suffering frommore than just a sodden foot and slightly wet trench coat. Jessica Mariewas also suffering from a severe case of broken heart. Her boyfriend of 

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