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Hal Ryder, aka Doc, seemed fond of Tess, but every time he looked at Lily, she saw angry, baffled pain in his eyes. Once her father and daughter were buckled in, Hal in the front and Tess in the special booster seat the law required of anyone under a certain age and height, Lily slid behind the wheel and tried to center herself. The day was hot, even for July; the hospital had been blessedly cool, but the vents on the dashboard of the rental were still huffing out blasts of heat. Sweat dampened the back of Lily’s sleeveless blouse; without even turning a wheel, she was already sticking to the seat.
Once inside, he’d prime the pump, build a fire in the antiquated wood cookstove and brew some coffee. Try to get a little perspective. “I have all kinds of ‘things to do,’” Dylan answered, his mild tone in direct conflict with his go-to-hell manner. “I’m building a house, for one thing. Logan and I are back in the cattle business. But you’re at the top of my to-do list today, little brother. ” Tyler consulted an imaginary list, envisioning a little notebook, like the one his dad had always carried in the pocket of his work shirt, full of timber footage and married women’s phone numbers.
In Chicago, she’d had millions of acquaintances and clients, but no close friends. Back in the day, she and Kristy had spent a lot of time together. “You must be worn-out,” Kristy said, reading her face. ” Lily had kept her guard up for so long, living in the big city, coping with all things hectic, that letting it down left her a little dizzy. ” she asked Tess. ” “Yes,” Tess answered. Not a major surprise; the child had taught herself to read at three. Lunch turned out to be fresh iced tea, tuna sandwiches and potato salad.