Southern Winds

Southern Winds (Chapter Three)

by Cathy

Brent Hamilton was in shock. Mrs. Carpenter had just told him that he looked just like Clint Buchanan, her ex-husband. That was a development that he certainly wasn’t ready for. “What in the hell am I going to do now?” thought Brent. “If I look so much like Clint that even his ex-wife thinks I […]

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Southern Winds (Chapter Four)

by Cathy

As Bo and Nora Buchanan stood on the walk outside the front door of Llanfair, Bo asked Nora, “Red, did Viki give you any idea what this early morning meeting is all about?” Nora shook her head and replied, “No, honey, she didn’t. She just said that it was important, but that there was nothing […]

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Southern Winds (Chapter Five)

by Cathy

Viki handed Renee a cup of tea as they sat in the kitchen at Llanfair. “Viki, darlin’, you are going to be the hit of that conference wearing that dress you bought. Are you sure that there isn’t someone who might be at that conference that you aren’t trying to impress? Maybe someone with the […]

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Southern Winds (Chapter Six)

by Cathy

Cord and Kevin were sitting in the living room at Asa’s, watching a Saturday afternoon college football game. Penn State was playing Boston College and the score was 31 – 6 in favor of Penn State, late in the third quarter. Kevin was feeling cocky, as he had a fairly large bet riding on Penn […]

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Southern Winds (Chapter Seven)

by Cathy

It was 7:00 a.m. Sunday morning and Clint had just gotten out of the shower. “Why in the hell did Lindsay have to show up, anyway?” thought Clint. “It would be so much easier if she had just stayed in San Francisco. I’ve got to call Viki and warn her that Lindsay is here, but […]

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Southern Winds (Chapter Eight)

by Cathy

Brent and Asa stepped back from each other and dried their eyes. “Brent, I know you have to be my son, but I honestly don’t remember having a relationship with a woman named Julia Hamilton,” said Asa, as he racked his brain, trying to remember Brent’s mother. “Did she ever go by any other name […]

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Southern Winds (Chapter Nine)

by Cathy

Viki and Clint lay in each others’ arms in peaceful contentment. “Oh, my darling, I have missed you so much,” whispered Clint as he kissed Viki’s nose and stoked her face tenderly, brushing a tear from her cheek. “I can’t remember when I have felt this happy. I have wanted to make love to you […]

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Southern Winds (Chapter One)

by Cathy

Clint Buchanan was sitting at his desk at Buchanan Enterprises wondering how his life could be any emptier. True, he had a beautiful new wife, and he loved her in his own way, but he knew he rushed into this marriage with Lindsay. They were both trying to make it work but, in his heart, […]

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Southern Winds (Chapter Two)

by Cathy

Julia and Greg’s marriage had been arranged by their families as a socially acceptable match. Greg had just graduated from Annapolis when they were married. Greg was then shipped out to sea, leaving his young bride alone. Julia was young, beautiful, and very lonely when she met tall, handsome, rich Asa Buchanan, and he swept […]

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