Anna Dynowski
to encourage and entertain
Love Never Fails
For Better, For Worse, Forever
"And God is able to make all grace abound
to you, so that in all things at all times,
having all that you need, you will abound
in every good work." II Corinthians 9:8
NIV
An excerpt from
Chapter One
Hudson Taylor's heart stopped in his chest, trapping his breath in his throat. What was she doing here?
His grip on the briefcase tightening, he tried to gulp in drafts of air into suddenly constricted lungs.

To his chagrin, his wife--his soon-to-be-ex-wife--stood in the middle of the swanky Board Room of
Langeworth Bookstores, Toronto's largest chain of bookstores, looking like she had every right to be
there. In her fushia-colored skirt and blazer, she was cool, calm, and collected, tipping his composure
right off the Richter scale. Her brown eyes, as they glanced at him, twinkled with a hint of mirth, but
mostly caution.

He swallowed.

Two years later and Catharine still proved to be a difficult person to forget. But he had no choice. He had
to forget her. Even if his insides were mangled to pieces. Life went on, didn't it?

And he tried to get on with his life. Except that
she wouldn't let him. After numerous failed attempts to
convince him they should reconcile, here she was, in his face again, threatening to dismantle the
protective barrier he'd erected between them.

Clearing his dry throat, he dragged his gaze from his wife--his ex-wife--to the Board of Directors, and
got on with his life. What was left of it. "I'm...I'm..." One look at Catharine and he'd forgotten his own
name. He closed his eyes and groaned. This was not going well. Not at all. Panic pranced along his skin.
He was making a complete fool of himself. He blinked his eyes open, his gaze shooting unerringly to his
wife. Naturally. Where else would they land on?
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