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Johnnie heard the crash and came running into the house to see what had happened. She rounded the corner, caught sight of Steph and burst out laughing. "I am so sorry Steph. I don't mean to laugh at you but you look damn funny sprawled out on the floor covered in flour. What in the hell were you trying to do?" "Shut up," Steph said, pouting. "It isn't funny. I was trying to bake some cookies and somehow lost my footing and down I went with the huge bowl of flour and all. I think I twisted my leg in the process." "Oh no," Johnnie said as she rushed to help her up and see where she was hurt. By the time she had managed to help Steph to the stool, they were both covered in flour and laughing hysterically. "Excuse me," a deep husky female voice said, "I don't mean to barrage in on you all or anything, but we rang the bell and when no one came I thought I would come back here to see if I could find someone. We heard laughing so we knew someone was here." Johnnie and Steph looked up at the same time to see the big bull dyke that was standing in the doorway, with her hands on her hips and a smile on her face. "I am so sorry," Steph said stumbling all over her words while trying to ready herself up to a standing possession with Johnnie's help. "I was trying to bake and had a little mishap, as you can see no cookies for dessert tonight," she added with a giggle. All three women started laughing at that, "Ok now. What can I do you for"? Steph said as she tried to hobble over to the other side of the room. "I know we're a day early," the woman said, "but I was hoping you could make room for us anyway. If it's a problem then we will see what else we can do for tonight in making other arrangements." "I think we can fit you in. I will tell you though you will need to make your own rooms up, as I wasn't going to get them done until tomorrow and now with this hurt leg..." she let the rest of what she might have said trail off. With Johnnies help she managed to get to the front desk. She knew that she wasn't going much further than that. When she tried to put weight on her leg, she winced in pain and looked at Johnnie. "Woman, go sit down I'll get them checked in and all set for the evening. I will take them their linens and towels, and then I am taking you to the medical center." Steph started to protest as Johnnie added, "and I'll have no arguing about it. Now sit there and be quiet." Stephanie blushed as several of the woman started making low cat calls under their breath. Several more whistled loudly and said, "You go girl, you tell her." Steph was impressed with the way Johnnie took over and at how smooth the check-in went. She also knew she would never tell her or Johnnie would never let her live it down. Before Steph knew what was happening, Sam the big bull dyke bent down and scooped Steph up and carried her out to Johnnie's truck. "Damn!" Steph said as she put her seat belt on. She thanked Sam and closed the door, "When did you enlist her help?" Johnnie chuckled but said nothing as she started the truck...
Susan and Stephanie seemed to be meant for each other. From Susan's fateful drive into a snow bank and Stephanie's debonair rescue of the damsel in distress, to eventually becoming lovers and partners in building the Flibberty Jibberty Rose Ranch, there seemed to be no limit to how far these two could go together. Could one phone call put an end to the blissful life the two had carved out for themselves? No matter how much pain Tiffany had caused in Susan's life, she would never have wished such a horrible thing to have happened to Tiffany. Hearing of Tiffany's near death experience, caused by a brutal attack while on her visit to Australia, brought forth feelings and emotions that Susan thought she had long ago laid to rest. Her heart grieved for Tiffany and she knew she had no choice but to go to her. Would the love that Susan and Stephanie shared be strong enough to keep them together with so many miles separating them, especially with Johnnie waiting in the wings to fill in for the absent Susan? In this exciting sequel to Around We Go, watch as the author weaves the tangled web even tighter.