Forever Friends: A Novel (Hope Springs) by Lynne Hinton

By Lynne Hinton

Come again to wish Springs, the place Friendships final a Lifetime

The ladies of desire Springs group Church have weathered a few beautiful fierce storms. Now their friendships are validated back while considered one of their very own is leaving. subscribe to Louise, Jessie, Charlotte, Beatrice, and Margaret for a farewell that desire Springs won't ever forget.

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She walked out and pulled the door shut behind her. The bright afternoon sun surprised her, and she shielded her eyes from the glare with her hands while trying to re­ member if her sunglasses were in her purse or somewhere in the car. She stopped, thinking. And then suddenly she re­ called that she had left them in the console, in the cup holder that wasn’t big enough for anything except an aluminum 56 F O R E V E R F R I E N D S can. She nodded as a positive sign to herself and then faced her friend to answer what had been left undeclared.

French,” she added. Louise nodded. ” She put the magazines down on the floor. ” 43 Ly n n e H i n t o n Beatrice stopped her search and yelled, “Oh, leave me alone. I hear it all the time. I’m a pack rat. I hang on to things too long. ” From her knees she yanked open the top drawer of the desk, frowned, then stuffed the envelopes and receipts down and shut it. She opened the next one. ” She pulled out a stack of papers and flipped through them. ” “It’s not important. ” Louise wiped the dust off her hands onto the front of her pants and started to put her coat on.

Seems like it would make a person crazy to me. Walking around and around, getting all dizzy and disoriented. How does somebody pray in a maze? ” Then she pulled open the drawer and placed the pages inside. ” Louise sat watching in amazement. ” And Beatrice pulled the article out and set it on the stack of magazines next to the trash can. ” Louise started to say something about the absurdity of this kind of housekeeping, but the phone rang before she could speak her mind. Beatrice walked around the desk and picked up the re­ ceiver.

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