Cold Feet at Christmas, Debbie Johnson
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Debbie Johnson

Cold Feet at Christmas

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Not love…but chemistry. Burning, sparkling, blazing chemistry that threatened to set them both on fire.
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Face it, Leah, she thought – you’re just a useless urban gnome trapped in the wilds of the North Pole.
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He turned the thought over in his mind, feeling the rawness of emotion stabbing and shearing and tearing holes in his already fragile soul.
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Sometimes pain is simply too strong to avoid. You have to let it roll over you, cope the best you can, and look forward to that day – that glorious, fictional day – when you wake up and it’s finally gone.
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Tears fell from her face to his, merging with his own. Bittersweet, precious tears, blending together, the liquid expression of their mutual pain.
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Enough was enough; even lunatic optimists needed to know when it was time to give themselves a good talking to.
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She felt furious and hurt and insulted and confused, all at the same time – but fought like a wild thing to keep all of those emotions hidden.
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the sky exploded into a riot of colour: purples, greens, golds, reds, all squealing and shimmering in a spectacular fireworks display.
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It was like he was on a word ration, and if he gave her too many, there’d be a national shortage.
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Then, as they neared the centre of Chicago proper, it appeared in front of them, all at once: a shimmering city of skyscrapers, man-made towers of steel and brick reaching up to touch the dusky-grey December heavens; concrete fingers stretching high to poke the sodden clouds.
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Her whole life had been turned upside down, and to her surprise, she was enjoying the topsy turvy view a lot more than the old one.
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There was a laptop, with a screen that seemed to cast some kind of magic spell – once the lid was lifted, Rob got sucked into an alternate universe.
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I need to learn how to be independent again, how to enjoy my own company.
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Life, she had to accept, was a fragile beast: you could do your best to control it, but it was a wild thing, with a will of its own.
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She’d never really learned to stand on her own two feet.
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Being part of something, not being alone any more.
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That everything she’d believed to be good in the past was just a pale imitation of what it could be.
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Giving himself the greatest gift of all – time away from the sympathetic eyes of his family; from the work that dominated his life; from the ghosts of Christmas past.
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Her bare shoulders shook with cold, and her fingers and toes decided they weren’t even connected to her body as the chill factor took hold.
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