“Good day?” Kade asked.
“Wonderful. Everyone here is so nice.” Much more so than most of the people she’d dealt with before.
“An advantage—and disadvantage—to living in a smaller place.”
“I—” Meg tripped as her heel caught in a divot in the grass. With a gasp, she threw out her arms to catch herself, only to find herself caught in Kade’s arms instead
Her breath caught as her gaze met his, his face only inches away. “Those spiky, pointy shoes are a health hazard,” he murmured.
“I don’t have any others.” Meg’s response came out in a whisper.
“You’ll never be able to hike in those.”
“Hike?” She’d never hiked in her life.
Kade slowly set her back on her feet and exhaled. “We’re going shopping.”
He placed the basket in his trunk, then opened the front door of his Jeep for Meg. “Get in.” He slid behind the steering wheel and started up the car, pulling away from the curb like a man on a mission.
“Where are we going? Super Mart?”
The glance he sent her was horrified. “For shoes? Never.”
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