By Linda Howard
Religion DEVLIN: A negative, outcast baby in Prescott, Louisiana, she'd continually loved the town's golden boy from afar. yet he known as her white trash that sultry Southern evening whilst his wealthy, revered father disappeared, together with her beautiful mother. Now religion desired to hate grey Rouillard...not to think a robust surge of wish. yet she could not quench her ardour, to any extent further than she may possibly conceal the reality concerning the prior she had waited see you later to resolve. grey ROUILLARD: even if he raised hell, he did it with variety. Reckless, captivating, and subsidized by way of Rouillard cash, grey managed town of Prescott -- and Devlin used to be a reputation he by no means desired to pay attention back. but if he gazed at religion Devlin, all he observed used to be a swirl of tangled sheets and her silken flesh underneath him. To take care of her was once very unlikely, unthinkable...because grey Rouillard deliberate to exploit all his energy to break her.
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The impossible had happened, so how could he blindly trust in anything else he had always assumed to be true of his father? Responsibility for his mother and sister weighed heavily on his shoulders. He couldn’t risk their welfare. He reached for the telephone, but it wasn’t there. Dimly he remembered throwing it earlier, and glanced at the window that was now boarded over, awaiting new panes. He got up and walked out into the hallway, to the phone on the table at the foot of the stairs. Monica trailed after him, still silent but plainly resenting the restriction.
She wasn’t there, but the door to her bathroom was open, and he threw himself toward it, only to stop, frozen, in the doorway. Monica had decorated her bedroom and bath herself, in delicate pinks and pearly whites that looked absurdly little-girlish. Normally Gray was reminded of cotton candy, but now the pink ceramic tile on the bathroom floor was covered with dark red splotches. Monica sat calmly on the fuzzy pink toilet lid, her big, dark eyes empty as she stared out the window. Her hands were neatly folded on her lap.
Nicky tried. To his credit, he tried. He was only eighteen, but when suddenly faced with the care of his three younger siblings, he took what odd jobs he could. Jodie helped out by working at fast-food restaurants, but even with her help, it wasn’t enough. It wasn’t long before the social workers came around, and Jodie, Faith, and Scottie were taken into the custody of the state. Nicky made a few noises of protest, but Faith could tell that he was mostly relieved. She never saw him again. Adoption wasn’t an option; Jodie and Faith were too old, and no one wanted Scottie.
After The Night by Linda Howard