By Lucy Monroe
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They’d bumped into each other in front of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It had been a muggy day in summer and Eden was visiting her dad in the city. He was busy in a last-minute business meeting and had cancelled their plans for lunch. There was nothing new in that and she’d taken herself off to the museum as she’d done on so many occasions in the past. Only this time, she’d never made it inside. Busy thinking, Eden let her instincts guide her toward her destination. Now that Dad had cancelled lunch, she’d have time to meet with that new glass artist she’d heard about.
And she had believed him, Eden thought as she lay in her hospital bed, memories washing over her. From that point on, he’d certainly treated her like she was special. They spent the day together and he didn’t press to take her to bed that night. Honesty made her admit to herself that, if he had, she would have been a total pushover. But he hadn’t and she had stayed over in New York City for the weekend, which they spent together. Then she had to go home. She didn’t know if she would see him again, but she had.
He pressed the phone into her hand. ” She did. Her father did indeed know who Aristide was and asked to speak to him. She couldn’t tell much from Aristide’s side of the conversation, but when she got the phone back, her father told her the other man was trustworthy. “But he’s out of your league, honey. ” she asked. Aristide frowned, his body stiffening with offense, and she could just tell he wanted to grab the phone back from her and tell her dad a thing or two. “I didn’t say that,” her dad was saying.
A Bundle of Christmas Babies by Lucy Monroe