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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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Greg dropped his hand as he laughed. “Zero. He was bragging about it to my dad.” He mocked

Jim’s voice, “I was so worried about her when she first moved in. She didn’t like to make decisions and

she didn’t stand up for herself. She’s come a long way.”

“Really?”

“Yes.” He stared at her with his piercing blue eyes. “I’m sorry this happened. I know it’s my

fault.” He teased.

“Always.”

He leaned and kissed her softly on the broken corner of her lip.

“Please, don’t.”

He was embarrassed.

“I’m not mad. It’s nice. But if we aren’t going to date, we aren’t going to date.” She needed to

accept they had no future.

“You’re right. It’s just that Dave…”

“No. It’s you. Don’t blame Dave. We aren’t going to date either.”

He didn’t know what to say.

“I have homework to do.” She said cooler.

“Okay.”

After he left she cried. She took off her bracelet for the first time and put it in her desk drawer.

Zuzu jumped up on her lap and purred. “I don’t like standing up for myself very much.” She told the cat.

“And don’t mention that to Ellen.”

Lisa Marie Arnopp

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