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Him? He’d rather dine on crushed glass. Wade through an alligator-infested swamp. Or jump off the Space Needle. No, he wasn’t interested in remarrying. Not him. Not in this lifetime. ” So this was what the conversation was all about. Carrie and him. Well, he’d put a stop to that right now. ” He raised his hand, palm out. “I guess I’m a little slow on the uptake here, but the fog is beginning to lift. ” “Woman, Dad. ” He hadn’t noticed that earlier, but then how could he? They’d met for about a minute in the elevator.
Here,” she murmured, but of course he couldn’t see it. He thrust his arm out and their hands collided. She gripped his like a lifeline tossed over the side of a boat. Her fingers were cold as ice. ” “I know that,” she responded defensively. He wasn’t entirely sure who moved first, but before another moment passed, he had his arm around her and was holding her protectively against him. He’d been thinking about this since the day they’d attended the movie. He hadn’t allowed himself to dwell on the image, but it felt right to have her this close.
It took him a moment to recall why he’d rushed down here to talk to her. Maybe, just maybe, what Mackenzie had been saying—that he was shriveling up emotionally—contained a grain of truth. The thought sobered him. “I need to talk to you about Mackenzie,” he stammered out. “She’s a delightful young lady. ” Carrie’s words were apologetic as she reached into the hallway closet for her coat. ” “I’m sorry I can’t chat just now. ” It could be a convenient excuse to escape him, but he was determined to see this through.