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Segment 18.1

The tires squealed as the Porsche pulled away from the curb, Guillaume’s door still in the act of closing. “Be careful, my cherub,” he said. “You don’t want another traffic violation.” 475 more words

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Episode Seventeen Re-Cap

Lyndsey and Polly bring Nell inside for breakfast and converse about Peter and his secrets. Angel expresses doubts about Saffron because she has lied to him, concealing the changes made to their remodeling plans and failing to tell him about how she was threatened and accosted by Guillaume. 179 more words

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Segment 17.10

The courthouse clock tolled the quarter hour, causing Sydney to speed up, scattering a flock of pigeons, half a bagel clenched in his teeth, hands occupied with his briefcase and coffee. 494 more words

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Segment 17.9

Hot soapy water soaked every bit of Shauna-Rae’s clothing, even the apron the cook had tied on her. Someone had found a sturdy pot for her to stand on so she could reach fully into the tall sink. 479 more words

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Segment 17.8

The sound of cereal falling into the bowl announced to Emmy that Bobbi had beaten her to breakfast again. Every time Emmy asked what time Bobbi would be up and eating, she gave a time that turned out to be off, sometimes by half an hour. 473 more words

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Segment 17.7

The signature on the visitors’ log drew Immy’s attention away from the task of signing in to see her father. “Rona Garland” lay just under “Albert Garland” and above “India Daniels.” 488 more words

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Segment 17.6

Instead of calling in sick or saying her ride could not take her in, Petra told her boss, “I have an important errand to run for the good of Shoal Harbor Home. 498 more words

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