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Re: The Sweet Taboo by FairCritic(m): 9:36am On Jan 08
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Re: The Sweet Taboo by ToyinOlorunsola(m): 3:08pm On Jan 09
He sighed and closed his eyes. Her hand cuddled his chest.

‘Oh Juliet, what have you done to me?’

‘I should ask you that question.’

Still under the wrap of the bedspread, she climbed on him. Their lips met and they kissed deeply. He cuddled her all over again and they went
on another trip to Eros land. Thereafter, she lay exhausted on his hand. They slipped into a short nap until the house maid came to knock on his
bedroom door.

‘Good morning, sir,’ she greeted from outside. ‘I want to know what to prepare this morning for you, sir.’

‘Make beverages and toast bread,’ he said instinctively.

‘Yes, sir.’


He yawned and got up from the bed. He wore his boxer short and went to the bedroom. There, he brushed his teeth and had a bath. Juliet too awoke to have her bath. Then she left for her room to change her clothes. Ayo wore a t-shirt and jeans and moved to the sitting-room. He went through some of the dailies they were already stacked on the center table.

‘Breakfast is ready, sir,’ the maid came to announce.

He nodded. ‘Thank you.’

Just then, Juliet came in. In the presence of the maid, she behaved conventionally.

‘Good morning, uncle,’ she greeted.

He grinned. ‘Good morning, Juliet. How was your night?’

‘It was wonderful,’ she replied, emphasizing the word, ‘wonderful.’

A good actress she was, he thought.

A bloody actor he was, she decided.

The maid left the room. He smiled and winked at her. They had their breakfast. After the breakfast, they sat in the sitting-room and got
engrossed in reading the newspapers. He digested the contents as if he was studying them. Juliet excused herself and left for her room. Later
he spoke to Mandy and his children on the phone.

‘Daddy, are you not feeling bored over there?’ Tomi, his first child asked.

‘Well, daddy is coping,’ he answered.

‘We want to come there, daddy. We want to come to Abuja.’

He grinned to himself. ‘Don’t worry, very soon, you’ll all come and know this place.’

After he had finished talking to them, he called Juliet out of her room. ‘I’ll be going to town, but I won’t stay long,’ he said. ‘Is there anything
you’ll want me to get for you?’

She smiled briefly. ‘Anything.’

‘Okay.’

He drove himself to town and went to a shopping plaza. Now, what could he buy for Juliet? He had not got any salary from his new job yet and
was still very mindful of the way he spent money. He picked three fanciful t-shirts for her. He also went to a drug store to get some items.
Within two hours, he was back in the house.

He met Juliet in the sitting-room watching television.

‘Hello, there.’

‘Welcome,’ she replied. He made straight for his bedroom. After a minute, Juliet stood up and went to join him there. He showed her the three
designer t-shirts.

‘Many thanks,’ she said and gave him a peck.

‘I hope you like them.’

‘Sure. They’re beautiful.’

‘Don’t worry, by the time I start earning money, you’ll get better things.’

‘I know.’ She examined the wears and nodded appreciatively. ‘Let me see how it looks on me.’ She changed from the shirt she was wearing to
try one of the t-shirts.

‘How do I look?’ she asked, turning around.

He smiled. ‘It fits you perfectly well. It’s as if it is customized. You look beautiful.’

She was delighted to hear that. ‘Thank you. What did you buy for yourself?’

He shook his head. ‘Nothing for now.’

‘Oh, you’re a man of noble heart,’ she said and came to hug him.

‘Thank you.’

Hours later, they had their lunch. Minutes after the meal, he stood up from the sofa in the sitting-room. ‘I think I’ll take a nap.’

He went to his bedroom. Just as he suspected, she soon came to join him. He was lying on the bed but was wide awake.


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Re: The Sweet Taboo by FairCritic(m): 9:29pm On Jan 09
Thanks for the update.
Re: The Sweet Taboo by Ann2012(f): 5:39am On Jan 10
Thanks for the update
Re: The Sweet Taboo by ToyinOlorunsola(m): 6:10am On Jan 10
Hours later, they had their lunch. Minutes after the meal, he stood up from the sofa in the sitting-room. ‘I think I’ll take a nap.’

He went to his bedroom. Just as he suspected, she soon came to join him. He was lying on the bed but was wide awake.

‘What name do I call you when we’re together like this?’ she asked.

‘What name do you want to call me?’

‘Can I call you A.Y?’

He grinned. That was what some of his friends called him. ‘That’s alright.’

‘A.Y, the big boy.’

‘And you, Juliet, my baby girl.’

She smiled approvingly and sat on the edge of the bed. ‘My period started this afternoon,’ she announced.

‘I see.’ Inwardly, he was a bit relieved. If at all he must do ‘it’ with her again, henceforth, it must be with condom.

She stared at him, smiling. ‘I have a confession to make.’

He was curious. ‘A confession?’

‘Yes.’

He sat up and put the pillow against the wall, leaning on it. ‘I’m all ears.’

She suddenly shrugged. ‘Maybe I’ll say it another time.’

‘Really? Why don’t you say it now?’

‘If I must say it now, promise that you won’t laugh, and promise not to find it weird.’

He crossed his heart. ‘I promise not to laugh.’

‘Okay.’ She still took her time. He waited. ‘I’ve always known that one day, you would make love to me.’

He looked surprised. ‘That’s not funny. Why did you think so?’

‘Because I’ve always imagined you’re my husband.’

The surprise remained on his face. ‘You don’t mean it. How could you be having such an imagination?’

‘I thought it was a child’s thing when I first had it. That was seven years ago, when you wedded my sister. I was just fourteen then. Now, the
feelings had no abated even after many years. It has, rather waxed stronger.’

He shook his head. Now, this was serious. He had to be careful. He had thought it would just be a fleeting fling. ‘This thing you’re saying is
strange,’ he said. ‘Surely, you don’t mean it!’

She smiled again. ‘I’m serious.’

‘A fourteen year old having feelings for her sister’s new hubby?’

‘Yeah. Our love making was a dream come true.’

He sighed. Now, he knew he shouldn’t have allowed his sentiments to rule over his reasons.

‘I think I shouldn’t have gone to that extent with you,’ he said. ‘We shouldn’t have done it.’

She chuckled. ‘As for me, it’s a good experience.’

‘I think you’re still naïve,’ he pointed out. ‘I’m sorry, it’s like I took advantage of your naivety. I should understand better.’

‘I’m not naïve.’

He scratched the center of his head. ‘If you’re not, you won’t be talking the way you were.’

She grinned. ‘That means the two of us are naïve.’

‘Me? I don’t think so.’

‘We did it together, remember.’




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Re: The Sweet Taboo by Ann2012(f): 8:46am On Jan 10
AY you're in deep poo

Thanks for the update

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Re: The Sweet Taboo by LightQueen(f): 9:37am On Jan 10
Thanks for the update

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Re: The Sweet Taboo by aprilwise(m): 11:00am On Jan 10
Make una dey naive there. When wahala show face una go know weting naive means. Thanks for the update.

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Re: The Sweet Taboo by ToyinOlorunsola(m): 2:57pm On Jan 10
Due to some observations that the cover I used for this story was too suggestive, I have decided to change it. The book now has a new cover, but the link remains the same.

https://m.okadabooks.com/book/about/the_sweet_taboo/25241

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Thank you.

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Re: The Sweet Taboo by YoungBruzzy(m): 10:34pm On Jan 10
Nice write up !!! please we need you to keep the update steady and consistent as it will makes your readers to be pleased with your works... Thanks

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Re: The Sweet Taboo by ToyinOlorunsola(m): 6:35am On Jan 11
He sighed. Now, he knew he shouldn’t have allowed his sentiments to rule over his reasons.

‘I think I shouldn’t have gone to that extent with you,’ he said. ‘We shouldn’t have done it.’

She chuckled. ‘As for me, it’s a good experience.’

‘I think you’re still naïve,’ he pointed out. ‘I’m sorry, it’s like I took advantage of your naivety. I should understand better.’

‘I’m not naïve.’

He scratched the center of his head. ‘If you’re not, you won’t be talking the way you were.’

She grinned. ‘That means the two of us are naïve.’

‘Me? I don’t think so.’

‘We did it together, remember.’

He was pensive. ‘I’m sorry. It shouldn’t happen again.’

‘Well, it has happened.’

‘It must not happen again.’

She did not say anything for some time.

‘I’ve no regret about it,’ she said.

‘You think it’s right? No, it’s not. Culturally, it’s not allowed. In the Bible, God is against it.’

‘In the Bible, Jacob married Leah and Rachael. They were sisters.’

‘That was before the laws of Moses.’

She shrugged. ‘But, then, we’re no longer living under the law. Even concerning incest, some countries are legalizing brother marrying sister,
and father marrying daughter, and so on. It’s a new thing.’

‘Does that make it right?’

She shrugged again. ‘I don’t care. I’m only following my heart.’

He closed his eyes. She moved close to him and touched his face. He opened his eyes and stared at her. She held his right hand and squeezed
the fingers. That very moment, he forgot about any guilt.

‘Did you say the t-shirt fits me?’ she asked.

He smiled. ‘Perfectly.’

‘Thanks.’

Throughout the remaining part of that weekend, all they did was chatting. As much as he wanted to stop having deep feelings for her, he found
it very difficult. On Monday morning, she would have to return to the camp.

‘Will you be coming for our passing out parade? It’s coming up on Friday.’

He grinned. ‘I’m sorry, I may not have the chance.’

She nodded. ‘It’s okay.’

He gave her some money before he went to the office. Once at work, he threw himself into the job and tried to forget everything about Juliet.

He had not heard from Jane too. All well and good.


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Re: The Sweet Taboo by LightQueen(f): 8:13am On Jan 11
Thanks for the update

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Re: The Sweet Taboo by Ann2012(f): 9:18am On Jan 11
Thanks for the update

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Re: The Sweet Taboo by Tony581(m): 10:45pm On Jan 11
Thanks For The Updates
Re: The Sweet Taboo by FairCritic(m): 7:54am On Jan 14
More updates, please.
Re: The Sweet Taboo by rachealfst(f): 5:35pm On Jan 14
Present sir. Happy new year.

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Re: The Sweet Taboo by ToyinOlorunsola(m): 4:06am On Jan 15
rachealfst:
Present sir. Happy new year.


Greetings, sister. Happy new year.

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Re: The Sweet Taboo by ToyinOlorunsola(m): 4:12am On Jan 15
He gave her some money before he went to the office. Once at work, he threw himself into the job and tried to forget everything about Juliet.

He had not heard from Jane too. All well and good. Towards noon, Juliet sent a message to her: ‘I’m missing you already.’ He decided to call her.

‘Hello, how is the camp?’ he asked.

‘I miss you,’ she replied.

‘Well, the camp will soon be over.’

‘Yes, thank God for that.’

‘What time will you be finishing your programme on Friday so I can send the driver to come and convey you back home?’

‘I think by 1.00 p.m., the whole thing should be over.’

‘Good, I will send him.’

‘Many thanks, A.Y.’

‘Alright. See you.’

He cut the line. Just then, he remembered he was supposed to travel that Friday to Lagos. No problem, he and Juliet might as well travel together.

That Friday afternoon, he closed as soon as the driver sent to convey Juliet returned to the office, which was about four o’clock. When he got
home, he met her loitering in bum short and spaghetti top in the sitting-room. Again, the presence of some domestic servants prevented any
ostentatious display of affection.

‘Welcome, uncle,’ she greeted.

‘How d’you do, Juliet?’

‘Fine.’

He went to the bedroom. They could take the six o’clock flight to Lagos. That meant they had only a couple of hours to set out. Juliet soon came
to meet him in the bedroom, where he was sorting out what he would be traveling with.

‘Hello, darling,’ she greeted.

He turned to look at her. She came over to give him a short kiss.

‘I was supposed to tell you before now that I would be traveling to Lagos today. You can come along.’

‘Lagos?’ she looked surprised. ‘Me, I’m not ready to travel to Lagos o. Not today.’


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Re: The Sweet Taboo by FairCritic(m): 12:06pm On Jan 15
Nice update.
Re: The Sweet Taboo by ToyinOlorunsola(m): 5:39am On Jan 17
He went to the bedroom. They could take the six o’clock flight to Lagos. That meant they had only a couple of hours to set out. Juliet soon came to meet him in the bedroom, where he was sorting out what he would be traveling with.

‘Hello, darling,’ she greeted.

He turned to look at her. She came over to give him a short kiss.

‘I was supposed to tell you before now that I would be travelling to Lagos today. You can come along.’

‘Lagos?’ she looked surprised. ‘Me, I’m not ready to travel to Lagos o. Not today.’

‘No problem. You can stay here. The servants will take care of you.’ He continued with what he was he was doing.

She came from his behind to hold him snuggly by the waist. ‘I miss you,’ she cooed.

He anxiously checked his watch. He must not miss the flight. ‘I mustn’t miss the flight,’ he said.

‘So, you want to leave me alone here? That’s not fair.’

‘Let’s travel together,’ he pointed out.

‘No, I don’t want to go to Lagos, yet.’

‘Well, no problem. I’ll send your regards to your sister. I’ll be back Sunday evening.’

‘Hmn.’ She came to face him and hold him across the waist. Her mouth went to his and got stuck there. After several seconds, he wanted to
disengage, but she would not let him. His mind was busy. Perhaps, if he hurried up, he might still make the flight. He undressed her and quickly
undressed himself. He brought the latex rubber protector out. He might as well use the condom. Then, he made passion-filled love to her.
Several minutes later, he was spent. He went to the bathroom to take a quick shower and changed clothes.

‘You can’t leave me alone in this house,’ she said.

‘That’s why I said you should come along.’

‘I don’t want to go to Lagos, yet.’

He paused to stare at her. ‘You have to pick one.’

‘Wait till tomorrow before you travel.’

‘What? Why?’

‘Stay with me.’


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Re: The Sweet Taboo by Ann2012(f): 7:55am On Jan 17
Ayo, Ayo...continue

Thanks for the update

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Re: The Sweet Taboo by FairCritic(m): 1:56pm On Jan 17
Nice update.�
Re: The Sweet Taboo by halogate: 5:39pm On Jan 17
hmmm....the kind of trouble that is brewing for A.Y the big boi is still doing push ups in the horizon

weldon op..keep us posted.

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Re: The Sweet Taboo by ToyinOlorunsola(m): 6:00am On Jan 18
He went to the bathroom to take a quick shower and changed clothes.

‘You can’t leave me alone in this house,’ she said.

‘That’s why I said you should come along.’

‘I don’t want to go to Lagos, yet.’

He paused to stare at her. ‘You have to pick one.’

‘Wait till tomorrow before you travel.’

‘What? Why?’

‘Stay with me.’

He shook his head. ‘Your sister is already expecting me.’

‘Call her and tell her you’ll be coming tomorrow.’

Her words, surprisingly had a big hold on him. He pandered. She came to him and held him in that passionate way. He had always been a
strong-willed person. But with Juliet, he was becoming pliant. To her, of course.

‘Alright,’ he said. ‘I’ll call her and tell her to expect me tomorrow.’

‘Oh, thank you. You’re such a darling.’ And she kissed him briefly again.

He dialed the number of his wife. ‘How’re you, Mandy, darling?’

‘Hello, dear. How’re you?’

‘I’m fine. Just want to tell you I won’t be able to come down to Lagos today.’

‘What happened? Hope no problem?’

‘No. It’s the work,’ he lied. ‘Don’t worry, I’ll be in Lagos unfailingly tomorrow morning.’

‘Ops, the children will be disappointed. Anyway, it’s okay. See you tomorrow morning, then.’

‘Please explain to them why daddy will not be making it tonight. Bye.’ He disconnected the line.

Juliet had been studying him with amused smile.

‘Are you pleased now?’ he asked her.

She came to hug him. ‘I just want to be with you,’ she said.

‘It’s alright.’ He relaxed and sat on the bed. Just then, there was a knock on the door.

‘Who’s it?’ he called out.

‘I want to know if I should come in to carry your bag,’ the house maid said.

‘Don’t worry,’ he replied. ‘I’m not traveling again today.’

There was a slight pause. ‘Alright, sir,’ the maid said and left.

‘Thanks for staying till tomorrow,’ Juliet said.

‘It’s okay. Anything for my Juliet.’

She came to sit on his laps. He knew he was playing a dangerous game with her, but seemed helpless about it. Come to think of it, the game
seemed to be getting more intriguing and sweeter.

‘So, have you got your primary posting now?’ he asked.

‘Yes. Ministry of Youth and Culture. I’ll report there on Monday.’

‘Oh that’s good.’ He wrapped his right hand round her. His phone rang and he checked the caller. Ore was on the line. He let the phone to ring
on and on.

‘Won’t you answer your call?’ Juliet asked.

He shook his head. ‘It’s not important.’ After a while, Ore stopped calling. He put the phone on a stool.

‘What will you like to eat tonight?’ she asked.

He smiled. ‘I’ll tell the cook to prepare amala and ewedu soup.’

‘I can prepare it.’

He rubbed her back. ‘Oh, no. Why bother yourself when the cook is there? Let her do her work.’

There was another knock at the door.

‘Yes, who is it?’

‘Munirat, sir,’ the house maid said. ‘You have a visitor, sir.’

‘Who?’

‘She said she be Perm. Sec., sir.’

He was surprised to hear that. The Perm. Sec. in his house? ‘Alright, I’m coming.’

‘Yes, sir.’

‘Who did she say wanted to see you?’ Juliet asked in curiosity.

‘She said the Perm. Sec. That must be Ms. Popo.’

She shrugged while he sighed. ‘Let me go and attend to her.’ Juliet got up from his legs while he left the bed-room to attend to his visitor.

As soon as he stepped out of the bedroom, Juliet picked his phone to check who called the other time. She noted the person stored as Ore and
the frequency of her calls. She would challenge him on that.


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Re: The Sweet Taboo by Ann2012(f): 9:04am On Jan 18
Juliet is becoming possessive

Thanks for the update

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Re: The Sweet Taboo by ToyinOlorunsola(m): 6:57am On Jan 19
He was surprised to hear that. The Perm. Sec. in his house? ‘Alright, I’m coming.’

‘Yes, sir.’

‘Who did she say wanted to see you?’ Juliet asked in curiosity.

‘She said the Perm. Sec. That must be Ms. Popo.’

She shrugged while he sighed. ‘Let me go and attend to her.’ Juliet got up from his legs while he left the bed-room to attend to his visitor.

As soon as he stepped out of the bedroom, Juliet picked his phone to check who called the other time. She noted the person stored as Ore and
the frequency of her calls. She would challenge him on that.




‘Madam, what a surprise! It’s good to see you,’ Ayo greeted the guest in his sitting-room.

The woman looked at him and smiled warmly. ‘How d’you do, Mr. Ariyo?’

‘Fine, madam. It’s an honor to have you here.’

‘The pleasure is mine.’

He sat on a sofa not too far from her. ‘What can I offer you, madam?’

She smiled and shook her head. ‘Perhaps, another time. I was just passing in the neighborhood and I decided to come and say hello.’

‘Oh, very kind of you ma’am.’

It was indeed a surprise to have her in his residence. She had never visited before and had not given an inkling to her coming.

‘How’re you finding this your environment?’ she wanted to know.

‘Fine. So far so good.’

She nodded. ‘By the end of the month, you’ll be given your real official residence. Just like I said, this is just a stop-gap measure.’

‘Yes, ma’am.’

They chatted a bit more and she stood up. ‘I’ll be on my way,’ she said.

He stood up too. ‘Thank you very much for coming.’

He accompanied her out to her car. He waved at her as she was driven off, still wondering at her surprise visit. He went back to the house.

Juliet was still holed up in his bed-room.

She smiled up at him when he re-entered the room.

‘How’s your visitor?’ she asked.

‘She’s gone.’

‘Is she your woman friend?’

He laughed shortly. ‘Come on, Juliet. She’s the Permanent Secretary of my Ministry.’

He sat by her side on the bed and wrapped his right hand on her shoulders.

‘Are you sure she is not your woman friend?’

‘No, she’s not. I don’t have a woman friend.’

‘What about Ore?’

He was surprised she mentioned that name. ‘Who?’

‘Ore. Who’s she to you?’


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Re: The Sweet Taboo by Ann2012(f): 8:51am On Jan 19
Thanks for the update
Re: The Sweet Taboo by FairCritic(m): 4:42pm On Jan 19
Yes, Ayo must explain who Ore is. But what is Juliet's business?
Re: The Sweet Taboo by LightQueen(f): 5:17pm On Jan 19
Well done Op
Been trying to comment on this particular story since morning o. Chai
Re: The Sweet Taboo by ToyinOlorunsola(m): 6:11pm On Jan 19
LightQueen:
Well done Op
Been trying to comment on this particular story since morning o. Chai

Many thanks, dear LightQueen.
Re: The Sweet Taboo by LightQueen(f): 6:20pm On Jan 19
ToyinOlorunsola:


Many thanks, dear LightQueen.
cool cool
Re: The Sweet Taboo by ToyinOlorunsola(m): 7:45am On Jan 20
As soon as he stepped out of the bedroom, Juliet picked his phone to check who called the other time. She noted the person stored as Ore and the frequency of her calls. She would challenge him on that.



‘Madam, what a surprise! It’s good to see you,’ Ayo greeted the guest in his sitting-room.

The woman looked at him and smiled warmly. ‘How d’you do, Mr. Ariyo?’

‘Fine, madam. It’s an honor to have you here.’

‘The pleasure is mine.’

He sat on a sofa not too far from her. ‘What can I offer you, madam?’

She smiled and shook her head. ‘Perhaps, another time. I was just passing in the neighborhood and I decided to come and say hello.’

‘Oh, very kind of you ma’am.’

It was indeed a surprise to have her in his residence. She had never visited before and had not given an inkling to her coming.

‘How’re you finding this your environment?’ she wanted to know.

‘Fine. So far so good.’

She nodded. ‘By the end of the month, you’ll be given your real official residence. Just like I said, this is just a stop-gap measure.’

‘Yes, ma’am.’

They chatted a bit more and she stood up. ‘I’ll be on my way,’ she said.

He stood up too. ‘Thank you very much for coming.’

He accompanied her out to her car. He waved at her as she was driven off, still wondering at her surprise visit. He went back to the house. Juliet was still holed up in his bed-room.


She smiled up at him when he re-entered the room.

‘How’s your visitor?’ she asked.

‘She’s gone.’

‘Is she your woman friend?’

He laughed shortly. ‘Come on, Juliet. She’s the Permanent Secretary of my Ministry.’

He sat by her side on the bed and wrapped his right hand on her shoulders.

‘Are you sure she is not your woman friend?’

‘No, she’s not. I don’t have a woman friend.’

‘What about Ore?’

He was surprised she mentioned that name. ‘Who?’

‘Ore. Who’s she to you?’

‘How did you know that name?’

She pointed at his phone. ‘She was the one calling you the other time.’
His natural reaction would have been to express indignation at her going through his phone without his permission. But he was not angry. With
Juliet, so many things were changing.

He grinned. ‘She’s just a woman friend.’

‘I don’t think so.’

He was curious. ‘And what makes you not to think so?’

‘From what she told me.’

He was stupefied. ‘What a minute, are you saying you called her?’

‘Yes, I did.’

He opened his mouth. ‘With my phone?’

‘Yes.’ She looked at him straight in the eyes.


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