Sharee` Haskins is the wife of wealthy publishing powerhouse. You would think that a woman who literally has the world at her fingertips would be happy. Well, she isn't. Her loneliness drives her into the arms of her ex boyfriend, Damion who also happens to be fresh out of prison. Before long, a hot love affair begins and Sharee` finds herself falling head over heels for Damion, at the sacrifice of living her dream life. One day, she finds herself fed up with living from paycheck to paycheck and tries to go back to her husband. Little does she know, this is much easier said than done.
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“I’ll only be gone three days.”
“I’ll be counting every minute,” Sharee` replied, her eyes soaked with tears as she stood outside
the shiny black Cadillac Escalade staring in at her husband Jeremy.
“I wish I could take you with me,” He said as he reached for her slender hand.
“I know baby. But business is business. I’ll be fine. If I get bored, I can always go shopping.”
Jeremy smiled, wiping the tears from his wife’s face with his fingertips.
“Well, you’ve got the number to the hotel where I will be staying, just in case you can’t get
through to me on my cell for some reason.”
Sharee` ran her lips across Jeremy’s thumb.
“Call me as soon as you get there,” She whispered.
“You’ll tell me what you’re wearing?” Sharee` blushed.
“Go ahead and go baby. I’m sure Lamont is probably tired of hearing our conversation.”
Lamont was Jeremy’s driver.
“Alright, alright, I’m going. But I promise to call as soon as I roll up in front of the hotel. Now,
give me the luscious.”
Sharee` leaned in through the rear passenger window and planted a warm kiss on her husband’s
lips. For one brief moment, she was lost in the very essence of him. Then, she pulled away.
Jeremy kept his eyes closed, just like he used to do when they first started dating.
Lamont smiled as he watched the couple in the rearview
“Are you love birds done yet?” He teased, Sharee` blushing yet again and Jeremy doing the
“I’d better go. I’ll call you.”
Sharee` stepped back away from the Escalade, watching as the shiny black beauty rolled around
the circular driveway and out to the gated entrance. She waved goodbye, hugging herself
tightly as the SUV disappeared into the slowly setting evening sun. She turned, making her way
back up the perfectly manicured lawn and onto the pebble stone sidewalk which would lead her
to the front door. She took her cell phone out of the leather hip case and pressed the number one,
then held the phone up to her ear. One ring. Two rings.
“Hello,” The sexy masculine voice answered on the other end.
“Hey baby, it’s me,” Sharee` began, stepping inside the house and pulling the front door closed
“You can come over now. He’s gone.”