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He was witty and charming, but she was armored against his charm. It was not

easy. She found herself smiling at his anecdotes, laughing at his stories.

It won't do him any good, Jennifer told herself. She was not looking for a

fling. The specter of her mother haunted her. There was

a deep passion

within Jennifer that she was afraid to explore, afraid to release.

They were having dessert and Adam still had not said one word that could be

misconstrued. Jennifer had been building up her defenses for nothing,

fending off an attack that had never materialized, and she felt like a

fool. She wondered *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница what Adam would have said if he had known what she had

been thinking all evening. Jennifer smiled at her own vanity.

"I never got a chance to thank you for the clients you sent me," Jennifer

said. "I did telephone you a few times, but----r

"I know." Adam hesitated, then added awkwardly, "I

didn't want to return

your phone calls:" Jennifer looked at him in surprise.

"I was afraid to,"


he said simply.

And there it was. He had taken her by surprise, caught her off guard, but

his meaning was unmistakable. Jennifer knew what was coming next. And she

did not want *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница him to say it. She did not want him to be like all the others,

the married men who pretended they were single. She despised them and she

did not want to despise this man.

Adam said quietly, "Jennifer, I want you to know rm married." She sat there

staring at him, her mouth open.

"I'm sorry. I should have told you sooner." He smiled wryly. "Well, there

really was no sooner, was there?"

Jennifer was filled with a strange confusion. "Why-why did you ask me to

dinner, Adam?"

"Because I had to see you again"

Everything began *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница to seem unreal to Jennifer. It was as though she were

being pulled under by some giant tidal

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wave. She sat there listening to Adam saying all the things he felt, and she

knew that every word was true. She knew because she felt the same way. She

wanted him to stop before he said too much. She wanted him to go on and say

more.

"I hope rm not offending you," Adam said.

There was a sudden shyness about him that shook Jennifer.

"Adam, I-I-"

He looked at her and even though they had not touched, it was as if she

were in *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница his arms.

Jennifer said shakily, "Tell me about your wife."

"Mary Beth and I have been married fifteen years. We have no children."

"I see."

"She-we decided not to have any. We were both very young when we got


married. I had known her a long time. Our families were neighbors at a

summer place we had in Maine. When she was eighteen, her parents were

killed in a plane crash. Mary Beth was almost insane with grief. She was

all alone. I-we got married."

He married her out of pity and he's too much of a gentle- man *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница to say so, Jennifer thought.

"She's a wonderful woman. We've always had a very good relationship."

He was telling Jennifer more than she wanted to know, more than she could

handle. Every instinct in her warned her to get away, to flee. In the past

she had easily been able to cope with the married men who had trite to

become involved with her, but Jennifer knew instinctively that this was

different. If she ever let herself fall in love with this man, there would

be no way out. She would have to be insane ever to begin anything with him.

Jennifer spoke *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница carefully. "Adam, I like you very much. I

don't get involved with married men."

He smiled, and his eyes behind the glasses held honesty and warmth. ,rm not

looking for a backstreet affair. I enjoy being

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with you. rm very proud of you. Td like as to see each other once in a

while."

Jennifer started to say, What good would that do? but the words came out,

"That would be good."

So we'll have lunch once a month, Jennifer thought. It can't hurt

anything.

One of Jennifer's first visitors to her new office was

Father Ryan. He


wandered around the *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница three small rooms and said, "Very nice, indeed. We're



getting up in the world, Jennifer."

Jennifer laughed. "This isn't exactly getting up in the world, Father. I

have a long way to go."

He eyed her keenly. "You'll make it. By the way, I went to visit Abraham

Wilson last week:"

"How is he getting along?"

"Fine. They have him working in the prison machine shop. He asked me to

give you his regards."

"I'll have to visit him myself one day soon."

Father Ryan sat in his chair, staring at her, until

Jennifer said, "Is

there something I can *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница do for you, Father?"

He brightened. "Ah, well, I know you must be busy, but now that you've

brought it up, a friend of mine has a bit of a problem. She was in an

accident. I think you're just the one to help her."

SIDNEY SHELDON 141

Automatically Jennifer replied, "Have her come in and see me, Father."

"I think you'll have to go to her. She's a quadruple amputee."

Connie Garrett lived in a small, neat apartment on

Houston Street. The door

was opened for Jennifer by an elderly whitehaired woman wearing an apron.

"I'm *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница Martha Steele, Connie's aunt. I live with Connie. Please come in.

She's expecting you."

Jennifer walked into a meagerly furnished living room. Connie Garrett was

propped up with pillows in a large armchair. Jennifer was shocked by her

youth. For some reason, she had expected an older woman. Connie Garrett was


about twenty-four, Jennifer's age. There was a wonderful radiance in her

face, and Jennifer found it obscene that there was only

a torso with no

arms or legs attached to it. She repressed a shudder. Connie Garrett gave her a warm smile and said, "Please sit down, Jennifer.

May I call *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница you Jennifer? Father Ryan has told me so much about you. And, of

course, rve seen you on television. I'm so glad you could come."

Jennifer started to reply, "My pleasure," and realized how inane it would

have sounded. She sat down in a soft comfortable chair opposite the young

woman.

"Father Ryan said you were in an accident a few years ago, Do you want to

tell me what happened?"

"It was my fault, rm afraid. I was crossing an intersection and I stepped

off the sidewalk and slipped and fell in front of a truck."

"How long ago was this?"

"Three years ago *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница last December. I was on my way to

Bloomingdale's to do

some Christmas shopping."

"What happened after the truck hit you?"

"I don't remember anything. I woke up in the hospital.

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They told me that an ambulance brought me there. There was an injury to my

spine. Then they found bone damage and it kept spreading until=' She stopped

and tried to shrug. It was a pitiful gesture. "They tried to fit me with

artificial limbs, but they don't work on me."

"Did you bring suit?"

She looked at Jennifer, puzzled. "Father Ryan didn't tell yourþ

"Tell me *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница what?"

"My lawyer sued the utility company whose truck hit me, and we lost the


case. We appealed and lost the appeal:"

Jennifer said, "He should have mentioned that. If the appellate court

turned you down, I'm afraid there's nothing that can be done."

Connie Garrett nodded. "I didn't really believe there was. I just

thought-well, Father Ryan said you could work miracles."

"That's his territory. I'm only a lawyer."

She was angry with Father Ryan for having given Connie

Garrett false hope.

Grimly, Jennifer decided she would have a talk with him. The older woman *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница was hovering in the background. "Can I offer you something,

Miss Parker? Some tea and cake, perhaps?"

Jennifer suddenly realized she was hungry, for she had had no time for

lunch. But she visualized sitting opposite Connie

Garrett while she was

being fed by hand, and she could not bear the thought.

"No, thanks," Jennifer lied. "I just had lunch." All Jennifer wanted to do was get out of there as quickly as possible. She

tried to think of some cheering note she could leave on, but there was

nothing. Damn Father Ryan!

"I-rm really sorry. I wish I='

Connie Garrett *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница smiled and said, "Please don't worry about it."

SIDNEY SHELDON 143

It was the smile that did it. Jennifer was sure if she had been in Connie

Garrett's place she would never have been able to smile.

"Who was your lawyer?" Jennifer heard herself asking.

"Melvin Hutcherson. Do you know him?"

"No, but I'll look him up." She went on, without meaning to, "I'll have a

talk with him."

"That would be so nice of you." There was warm appreciation in Connie

Garrett's voice.

Jennifer thought of what the girl's life must be like, sitting there


totally helpless, day after day *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница, month after month, year after year, unable

to do anything for herself.

"I can't promise anything, I'm afraid."

"Of course not. But, do you know something, Jennifer? I

feel better just, because you came."

Jennifer rose to her feet. It was a moment to shake hands, but there was no

hand to shake.

She said awkwardly, "It was nice meeting you, Connie. You'll hear from me."

On the way back to her office, Jennifer thought about

Father Ryan and

resolved that she would never succumb to his blandishments again. There was

nothing anyone could do for that poor crippled girl *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница, and to offer her any

kind of hope was indecent. But she would keep her promise. She would talk

to Melvin Hutcherson.

When Jennifer returned to her office there was a long list of messages for

her. She looked through them quickly, looking for a message from Adam

Warner. There was none.

Melvin Hutcherson was a short, balding man with a tiny button nose and

washed-out pale blue eyes. He had a shabby suite of offices on the West

Side that reeked of poverty. The receptionist's desk was empty.

"Gone to lunch," Melvin Hutcherson explained.

Jennifer wondered if he had a secretary. He ushered *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница her into his private

office, which was no larger than the reception office.

"You told me over the phone you wanted to talk about

Connie Garrett."

"That's right."

He shrugged. "There's not that much to talk about. We sued and we lost.

Believe me, I did a bang-up job for her."


"Did you handle the appeal?"

"Yep. We lost that, too. I'm afraid you're spinning your wheels." He

regarded her a moment. "Why do you wane to waste your time on something

like this? You're hot. You could be working on big money cases."

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"I'm doing a friend a favor. Would you mind if I looked at the

transcripts?"

"Help yourself," Hutcherson shrugged. "They're public property."

Jennifer spent the evening going over the transcripts of

Connie Garrett's

lawsuit. To Jennifer's surprise, Melvin Hutcherson had told the truth: He

had done a good job. He had named both the city and the

Nationwide Motors

Corporation as co-defendants, and had demanded a trial by jury. The jury

had exonerated both defendants.

The Department of Sanitation had done its best to cope with the snowstorm

that had swept the city that December; all its equipment had been in *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница use.

The city had argued that the storm was an act of God, and that if there was

any negligence, it was on the part of Connie Garrett. Jennifer turned to the charges against the truck company. Three

eyewitnesses had testified that the driver had tried to stop the truck to

avoid hitting the victim, but that he had been unable to brake in time, and

the truck had gone into an unavoidable spin and had hit her. The verdict in

favor of the defendant had been upheld by the Appellate

Division and the

case had been closed.


Jennifer finished reading the transcripts at three o'clock in the *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница morning.

She turned off the lights, unable to sleep. On paper, justice had been

done. But the image of Connie Garrett kept coming into her mind. A girl in

her twenties, without arms or legs. Jennifer visualized the truck hitting

the young girl, the awful agony she must have suffered, the series of

terrible operations that had been performed, each one cutting away parts of

her limbs. Jennifer turned on the light and sat up in bed. She dialed

Melvin Hutcherson's home number.

"'here's nothing in the transcripts about the doctors," Jennifer said into

the telephone. "Did you look into the possibility *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница of malpractice?"

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A groggy voice said, "Who the fuck is this?"

"Jennifer Parker. Did you='

"For Christ's sake! It's-it's four o'clock in the morning! Don't you have

a watch?"

"This is important. The hospital wasn't named in the suit. What about those

operations that were performed on Connie Garrett? Did you check into them?"

There was a pause while Melvin Hutcherson tried to gather his thoughts. "I

talked to the heads of neurology and orthopedics at the hospital that took

care of her. The operations were necessary to save her life. They were

performed by the top *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница men there and were done properly. That's why the hos-

pital wasn't named in the suit."

Jennifer felt a sharp sense of frustration. "I see."

"Look, I told you before, you're wasting your time on this one. Now why

don't we both get some sleep?"

And the receiver clicked in Jennifer's ear. She turned


out the light and

lay back again. But sleep was farther away than ever. After a while,

Jennifer gave up the struggle, arose and made herself a pot of coffee. She

sat on her sofa drinking it, watching the rising sun paint the Manhattan

skyline *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница, the faint pink gradually turning into a bright, explosive red.

Jennifer was disturbed. For every injustice there was supposed to be a

remedy at law. Had justice been done in Connie Garrett's case? She glanced

at the clock on the wall. It was six-thirty. Jennifer picked up the

telephone again and dialed Melvin Hutcherson's number.

"Did you check out the record of the truck driver?" Jennifer asked.

A sleepy voice said, "Jesus Christ! Are you some kind of crazy? When do you

sleep?"

"The driver of the utility truck. Did you check out his record?"

"Lady, you're *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница beginning to insult me."

"I'm sorry," Jennifer insisted, "but I have to know." SIDNEY SHELDON 147

'The answer is yes. He had a perfect record. This was his first

accident."

So that avenue was closed. "I see." Jennifer was thinking hard.

"Miss Parker," Melvin Hutcherson said, "do me a big favor, will you? If

you have any more questions, call me during office hours."

"Sorry," Jennifer said absently. "Go back to sleep."

"Thanks a lot!"

Jennifer replaced the receiver. It was time to get dressed and go to

work.

It had been three weeks since Jennifer had had dinner


with Adam at LutCCe *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница.

She tried to put him out of her mind, but everything reminded her of Adam:

A chance phrase, the back of a stranger's head, a tie similar to the one he

had worn. There were many men who tried to date her. She was propositioned

by clients, by attorneys she had opposed in court and by

a night-court

judge, but Jennifer wanted none of them. Lawyers invited her out for what

was cynically referred to as "funch," but she was not interested. There was

an independence about her that was -a challenge to men. Ken Bailey was always there, but that fact did nothing

to assuage

Jennifer *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница's loneliness. There was only one person who could do that, damn

him!

He telephoned on a Monday morning. "I thought I'd take a chance and see if

you happened to be free for lunch today." She was not. She said, "Of course I am."

Jennifer had sworn to herself that if Adam ever called her

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again she would be friendly yet distant, and courteous but definitely not

available.

The moment she heard Adam's voice she forgot all those things and said, Of

course 1 am.

The last thing in the world she should have said.

They had lunch *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница at a small, restaurant in Chinatown, and they talked

steadily for two hours that seemed like two minutes. They talked about law

and politics and the theater, and solved all the complex problems of the

world. Adam was brilliant and incisive and fascinating.


He was genuinely

interested in what Jennifer was doing, and took a joyous pride in her

successes. He has a right to, Jennifer thought. If not for him, 1'd be back

in Kelso, Washington.

When Jennifer returned to the office, Ken Bailey was waiting for her.

"Have a good lunch?"

"Yes, thank you."

"Is Adam Warner going to become a client?" His tone was *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница too casual.

"No, Ken. We're just friends." And it was true.

The following week, Adam invited Jennifer to have lunch in the private

dining room of his law firm. Jennifer was impressed with the huge, modern

complex of offices. Adam introduced her to various members of the firm, and

Jennifer felt like a minor celebrity, for they seemed to know all about

her. She met Stewart Needham, the senior partner. He was distantly polite

to Jennifer, and she remembered that Adam was married to his niece.

Adam and Jennifer had lunch in the walnut-paneled dining room run by a chef

and two waiters *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница.

"This is where the partners bring their problems."

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Jennifer wondered whether he was referring to her.. It was hard for her to concentrate on the meal.

Jennifer thought about Adam all that afternoon. She knew she had to forget

about him, had to stop seeing him. He belonged to another woman.

That night, Jennifer went with Ken Bailey to see Two by

Two, the new


Richard Rodgers show.

As they stepped into the lobby there was an excited buzz from the crowd,

and Jennifer turned to see what was happening. A long, black limousine had

pulled up to the curb *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница and a man and woman were stepping out of the car.

"It's himl" a woman exclaimed, and people began to gather around the car.

The burly chauffeur stepped aside and Jennifer saw

Michael Moretti and his

wife. It was Michael that the crowd focused on. He was a folk hero,

handsome enough to be a movie star, daring enough to have captured

everyone's imagination. Jennifer stood in the lobby watching as Michael

Moretti and his wife made their way through the crowd. Michael passed

within three feet of Jennifer, and for an instant their eyes met. Jennifer

noticed that his eyes *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница were so black that she could not see his pupils. A

moment later he disappeared into the theater. Jennifer was unable to enjoy the show. The sight of Michael Moretti had

brought back a flood -of fiercely humiliating memories. Jennifer asked Ken

to take her home after the first act.

Adam telephoned Jennifer the next day and Jennifer steeled herself to

refuse his invitation. Thank you, Adam, but I'm really very busy.

But all Adam said was, "I have to go out of the country for a while."

It was like a blow to the stomach. "How-how long will you begone *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница? 11

SIDNEY SHELDON 151

"Just a few weeks. Pi give you a call when I get back."

"Fine," Jennifer said brightly. "Have a nice trip."

She felt as though someone had died. She visualized Adam on a beach in Rio,


surrounded by half-naked girls, or in a penthouse in

Mexico City, drinking

margaritas with a nubile, dark-eyed beauty, or in a

Swiss chalet making

love to--Stop it! Jennifer told herself. She should have asked him where he

was going. It was probably a business trip to some dreary place where he

would have no time for women, perhaps the middle of some desert where he

would be working *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница twenty-four hours a day.

She should have broached the subject, very casually, of course. Will you be

taking a long plane trip? Do you speak any foreign languages? If you get to

Paris, bring me back some Vervaine tea. I suppose the shots must be

painful. Are you taking your wife with you? Am 1 losing my mind?

Ken had come into her office and was staring at her.

"You're talking to yourself. Are you okay?"

No! Jennifer wanted to shout. 1 need a doctor. I need a cold shower. I need

Adam Warner.

She said, "I'm fine. Just a *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница little tired."

"Why don't you get to bed early tonight?"

She wondered whether Adam would be going to bed early.

Father Ryan called. "I went to see Connie Garrett. She told me you've

dropped by a few times."

"Yes." The visits were to assuage her feeling of guilt because she was

unable to be of any help. It was frustrating.

Jennifer plunged herself into work, and still the weeks seemed to drag by.

She was in court nearly every day and worked on briefs almost every night.

"Slow down. You're going to kill yourself," Ken advised her.

But Jennifer needed *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница to exhaust herself physically and

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mentally. She did not want to have time to think. Pm a fool,

she thought. An unadulterated fool.

It was four weeks before Adam called.

"I just got back," he said. The sound of his voice thrilled her. "Can we

meet for lunch somewhere?"

"Yes. rd enjoy that, Adam:" She thought she had carried that off well. A

simple Yes, I'd enjoy that, Adam.

"The Oak Room in the Plaza?"

"Fine."

It was the most businesslike, unromantic dining room in the world, filled

with affluent middle-aged wheelers and dealers, stockbrokers and bankers *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница.

It had long been one of the few remaining bastions of privacy for men, and

its doors had only recently been opened to women. Jennifer arrived early and was seated. A few minutes later, Adam appeared.

Jennifer watched the tall, lean figure moving toward her and her mouth

suddenly went dry. He looked tanned, and Jennifer wondered if her fantasies

about Adam on some girl-ridden beach had been true. He smiled at her and

took her hand, and Jennifer knew in that moment that it did not matter what

logic she used about Adam Warner or married men. She had no control *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница over

herself. It was as though someone else were guiding her, telling her what

she should do, telling her what she must do. She could not explain what was

happening to her, for she had never experienced anything like it. Call it

chemistry, she thought. Call it karma, call it heaven. All Jennifer knew

was that she wanted to be in Adam Warner's arms more than she had ever

wanted anything in her life. Looking at him, she visualized his making love


to her, holding her, his hard body on top of her, inside her, and she felt

her face becoming red.

Adam said apologetically, "Sorry about the short *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница notice.

A client canceled a luncheon date."

Jennifer silently blessed the client. SIDNEY SHELDON 153

"I brought you something," Adam said. It was a lovely green and gold silk

scarf. "It's from Milan."

So that's where he had been. Italian girls. "It's beautiful, Adam. Thank

you."

"Have you ever been to Milan?"

"No. I've seen pictures of the cathedral there. It's lovely."

"I'm not much of a sightseer. My theory is that if you-'ve seen one church,

you've seen them all."

Later, when Jennifer thought about that luncheon, she tried to remember

what *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница they had talked about, what they had eaten, who had stopped by the

table to say hello to Adam, but all she could remember was the nearness of

Adam, his touch, his looks. It was as though he had her in some kind of

spell and she was mesmerized, helpless to break it.

At one point Jennifer thought, l know what to do. I'll make love with him.

Once. It can't be as wonderful as my fantasies. Then

I'll be able to get over him.

When their hands touched accidentally, it was like an electric charge

between them. They sat *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница there talking of everything and nothing, and their

words had no meaning. They sat at the table, locked in an invisible

embrace, caressing each other, making fierce love, naked and wanton.

Neither of them had any idea what they were eating or


what they were

saying. There was a different, more demanding hunger in them and it kept

mounting and mounting, until neither of them could stand it any longer.

In the middle of their luncheon, Adam put his hand over

Jennifer's and said huskily, "Jennifer-

She whispered, "Yes. Let's get out of here."

Jennifer waited in the busy, crowded lobby while Adam registered *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница at the

desk. They were given a room in the old section of the

Plaza Hotel,

overlooking 58th Street. They used the back bank of elevators, and it

seemed to Jennifer that it took forever to reach their floor.

If Jennifer was unable to remember anything about the

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luncheon, she remembered everything about their room. Years later, she could

recall the view, the color of the drapes and carpets, and each picture and

piece of furniture. She could remember the sounds of the city, far below,

that drifted into the room. The images of that afternoon were to stay with

her the rest of *A Stranger in the Mirror The Other Side of Midnight The Naked Face 9 страница her life. It was a magic, multicolored explosion in slow

motion. It was having Adam undress her, it was Adam's strong, lean body in

bed, his roughness and his gentleness. It was laughter and passion. Their

hunger had built to a greed that had to be satisfied. The moment Adam began

to make love to her, the words that flashed into

Jennifer's mind were, I'm lost.

They made love again and again, and each time was an ecstasy that was

almost unbearable.

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