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Synergy

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Published by Lisa Arnopp
Kate never put much stock in the rumor that she was the first daughter born in over two hundred years to the Thomas family. First it wasn’t believable and second it wasn’t something she could have controlled if she wanted to. And she liked being the youngest daughter. Her three older brothers were a bit overprotective - perhaps controlling at times - but no one messed with her. Matt and Eric, the oldest and twins, were telekinetic and that was only a secondary skill to their natural talent to run off unwelcome outsiders. It was top-secret knowledge that only Brian, the last Thomas brother, and her were permitted to know.

But things have a way of changing and something as ridiculous as being the only daughter turned out to be the loose thread that unraveled a long hidden family secret.
Kate never put much stock in the rumor that she was the first daughter born in over two hundred years to the Thomas family. First it wasn’t believable and second it wasn’t something she could have controlled if she wanted to. And she liked being the youngest daughter. Her three older brothers were a bit overprotective - perhaps controlling at times - but no one messed with her. Matt and Eric, the oldest and twins, were telekinetic and that was only a secondary skill to their natural talent to run off unwelcome outsiders. It was top-secret knowledge that only Brian, the last Thomas brother, and her were permitted to know.

But things have a way of changing and something as ridiculous as being the only daughter turned out to be the loose thread that unraveled a long hidden family secret.

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Published by: Lisa Arnopp on Feb 02, 2010
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Sharing dreams was easy as sleeping for her now. He arrived to find her comfy in her chair in her

misty room.

“Cute uniform.” Eric teased as he sat on her bed and played with Zuzu. “What’s up?”

“Brian. He’s going out with this vile girl from school.”

“What about Meg?”

“Meg doesn’t have a chance. Stacey, this other girl, is on a quest. She’s very blatant.”

“Brian’s flattered. It won’t last.”

“How can you be so blasé?” Kate wanted him to be her champion.

“I’ll talk to him. Don’t worry.”

“Hmph. If it were me, you’d do more than talk. You’d interfere.”

“What can I do from Santa Barbara?”

“Stop it. Tell him to stay away from Stacey.”

“He’ll listen to me.” He hoped. “How was your date?”

“It was fun but no love connection.”

“You’re hung up on Greg.” It wasn’t a question. A family of empaths didn’t have to ask – only

inform that they picked up the signals.

“Not liking Dave doesn’t equate to liking Greg.” She said quickly.

“She protests too much.”

“That isn’t an option, is it? And all your effort wasn’t needed.”

“Kate, I didn’t know him then. He was such a cocky jerk.”

She pouted.

“Do you want some advice?”

“On Greg? Like you’d help me with him.” She sassed. “What’s your advice? Don’t date?”

“If you would agree, yes. But you won’t. If you want another chance at Greg, don’t date Dave

anymore.”

“Or anyone else.”

“No, actually you should date, anyone else, but not Dave.” He was giving her earnest guidance.

Or if there was a punch line she missed it.

Lisa Marie Arnopp

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