Tripped Up Love
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Heather Meadows lost the only love she's ever known. Her perfect, yet ordinary life was turned upside down the day her thirty-eight-year-old husband died. Her happily ever after was gone in the blink of an eye. Heather's life becomes the subject of scrutiny and pity as she tries to pick up the pieces of her shattered world and raise her three children on her own. In the midst of suburbia and gossipy neighbors, Heather tries to re-build a normal life. Little does she know she's about to trip into a new adventure. An adventure she could never have imagined. Where will her misstep take her and how will Heather handle the prying eyes of those around her?
meeting Peter. Heather called Donna on Thursday just to touch base and say hi. Donna was anxious to have the kids on Saturday night. Heather and Jenny went to Bunco at Tanya’s house on Friday. The kids stayed at Jenny’s with her husband, and Jenny and Heather walked across the street together. The cast made even an easy task difficult, but it gave them more time to talk alone. Jenny had given Heather the thumbs up on Peter and gave Heather a hard time about not accurately describing how yummy
again in a hurry. Heather realized everything worked just fine after an eighteen-month hiatus, as her whole body let out a shiver. Peter took his time, deftly bringing Heather to the point where she needed to grip the sheets underneath her and a crazy moan echoed from her throat as they both came together. Chapter 13 Heather decided sex was not easy with a cast. But if it was that good with a cast, she knew she had a lot to look forward to. Peter saw her smiling. “I guess you’re
messy well. Chapter 16 5:43 Peter: Loved seeing you today. You have beautiful kids. 5:44 Heather: Thanks. Thank u for last night. 5:44 Peter: My pleasure. Heather turned off her phone. She needed to veg on the couch with her kids. She ordered Jiangs take out, and they had a picnic in the family room while watching their favorite family movie The Parent Trap. Heather knew Hayes wouldn’t enjoy this time for much longer. He was getting too old for it. Their evening was just what the
never played it before.” “I played in college. It’s a good sport. I can show you some tricks sometime if you want.” “Yeah, I guess.” “Gracie, your mom says you like to ride?” “Yes, I love it. It just costs a lot of money, so I only take lessons in the spring and fall when the weather is really good.” “That’s a good plan anyway because it’s too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter,” said Peter. Heather smiled watching her little Gracie talk to Peter. Gracie was tiny and shy. Henry
Princess Tribe. “Mom, Peter even got a strike.” “Awesome, baby doll! Did you guys eat?” “Yeah, we had pizza and some cheese fries.” “I made some soup for the boys if you’re still hungry.” “No, I’m good.” “And you, Peter? Did you have fun?” “Yes, the other dads were nice,” said Peter. “Mom, everyone thought Peter was so cute. You should have heard them in the bathroom. They were all giggly.” Heather was happy to see Gracie so excited and out of her little shell. She had been in first