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The Spot Writers: Remy’s Story – Chapter 6

spotsWelcome to the Spot Writers. Each week we’ll be adding to the story begun by Val Muller a few weeks ago. Remy’s life is heating up!

This week is Chapter 6 written by Val Muller. Check out her spicy romance novella, For Whom My Heart Beats Eternal, and her middle-grade mystery series, Corgi Capers. Find out more at http://www.valmuller.com

Our serial story doesn’t have a title yet… start thinking about some ideas because it smells like a contest might be coming up soon! Watch for next week’s installment from Catherine MacKenzie. 

The Spot Writers’ blogs appear at the end of this story. Don’t forget to check them out.

 

Chapter 6

Dr. Kendrick sat across from Remy, a smile on his face. He was staring at her, and Remy studied the menu as an excuse to avoid eye contact. Besides, she’d never been to Banjo Dan’s and didn’t know what to order. Remy thought they were just going for drinks, but when the hostess asked, Dr. Kendrick had said “two for dinner.”

“See anything you like?” he asked. Remy hoped he was only talking about the menu.

Remy hadn’t much cash, and she couldn’t hit up the ATM until her paycheck cleared next week. She opened her purse and flipped through her wallet, trying to be discreet. [Read more…]

The Spot Writers: Remy’s Story – Chapters 4 and 5

spotsWelcome to the Spot Writers. Each week we’ll be adding to the story begun by Val Muller a few weeks ago. Remy’s life is heating up! 

Chapter 4 was written by Cathy Mackenzie

 Also included here in this posting is Chapter 5 written by RC Bonitz. Check out his books at AMAZON      Barnes&Noble

 Our serial story doesn’t have a title yet… start thinking about some ideas because it smells like a contest might be coming up soon!

And- Big News! We have a new member – Deborah Dera! Welcome Deborah! You can find her at www.deborahdera.com

We’ll give Deborah some time to catch up to our story, so you’ll hear from her in two weeks. Next week’s contribution will come from Val Muller, author of FOR WHOM MY HEART BEATS ETERNAL, a sci-fi romance, and CORGI CAPERS: DECEIT ON DORSET DRIVE, a mystery novel for young readers. Book Two will be released this October. 

 The Spot Writers’ blogs appear at the end of this story. Don’t forget to check them out.

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Chapter 4

“Remy, I’ll ask you again. I need Mr. Walker’s file,” Dr. Kendrick said.

When the doctor rapped his knuckles on the desk, Remy finally bolted to attention.

“Oh, I’m sorry. I’ll get it right now.” Remy knew she flushed a bright red.Jeepers, she thought, what’s with me? I’ve never been this disoriented at work before. But she knew the problem. Jeremy. And Barbara. How could she forget Barbara? For some reason, she couldn’t get either one out of her mind. [Read more…]

The Spot Writers: Remy’s Story – Chapter 3

spotsWelcome to the Spot Writers. This week we’re continuing the story begun by Val Muller a few weeks ago. Where we left off, Remy was hoping to sneak a conversation with her new neighbor, Jeremy, when a blonde woman named Barbara showed up at Jeremy’s asking about… a wedding!

Our serial story doesn’t have a title yet… start thinking about some ideas because it smells like a contest might be coming up soon!

This week’s story is by Val Muller, author of FOR WHOM MY HEART BEATS ETERNAL, a sci-fi romance, and CORGI CAPERS: DECEIT ON DORSET DRIVE, a mystery novel for young readers. Book Two will be released this October. 

Next week’s contribution will be by Cathy MacKenzie.

The Spot Writers’ blogs appear at the end of this story. Don’t forget to check them out.

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What about the wedding? Remy fumed. Here she had been having dreams all night about Jeremy, and all of a sudden this blonde shows up asking about a wedding? And hadn’t Jeremy walked her home the night before? Hadn’t he been sending her signals that he was interested? And here he was, engaged to Miss Blonde. Remy turned around to go inside and finish getting ready for work. She always fell for the wrong guys. Always.

“Remy,” Jeremy said.

Remy turned around briefly.

The blonde scowled. “You mean you know her?” she asked. [Read more…]