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TitleA Whole New Light
LanguageEnglish
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Table of Contents
                            Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
                        
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Page 89

one of the kitchen chairs.

"I didn't think you were due back until this evening."

"We weren't originally. We decided to come back early."

"Where's Worth? How'd you get home? Why did you decide to cut your trip
short?"

Cyn already had a pounding headache. The questions were bouncing against it
like bowling balls. Massaging her temples, she asked, "Why are you having
breakfast in the dining room?"

She'd noticed through the connecting archway that the table was set with a
centerpiece of fresh flowers, linen napkins, and the good china. Delicious
aromas were wafting from the oven, but the thought of food made her stomach
queasy again.

"Cynthia, are you ill? Why'd you come back early?"

"It was a spur-of-the-moment decision."

"Were the accommodations not up to par?"

"Actually, the resort exceeded my expectations."

"Sunburn?"

"I used a sunscreen."

"Montezuma's revenge?"

"No."

"Then I don't understand."

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"Ready for the movies?" she asked her son.Brandonslung aside the Bible
storybook, scrambled out of his chair, and raced for the door. They followed him
outside.

"Everything okay?" Worth asked worriedly.

"Everything's fine."

He held the car door forBrandonwhile he climbed into the back seat, but he
stepped in front of Cyn, blocking her from getting in. "Something's wrong."

"No there's not," she insisted with a firm shake of her head.

"Cyn, you're a lousy liar. What's wrong?"

"Nothing's she said, emphasizing the word.

"Then what is it you're not telling me?"

"I was just waiting for the right moment."

"This is the right moment."

She drew a deep breath. "Well, you know how much I wanted a baby, your
baby," she said gently, curving her hand around the back of his neck.

"Is that why you made me do it twice a day and three times on Sundays?"

She could maintain her withering gaze only so long before the joy bubbling
inside her escaped in the form of a laugh. "You know how Mother is always
warning me to be careful what I wish for?"

"Because you might get more than you bargained for."

"Hmm."

He studied her mysteriously twinkling eyes for several seconds before his own
eyes sharpened with a burst of clarity and profound delight. "Twins?"

"Triplets."

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