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Lone Wolf Series: Interlude and notes...

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  • Julianna Hawk
    I ve changed Pack and A Fresh Start , so anyone who has it archived, the newer versions are at: http://www.geocities.com/juliannahawk/LoneWolf.html also,
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 25, 2002
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      I've changed 'Pack' and 'A Fresh Start', so anyone who has it archived, the
      newer versions are at: http://www.geocities.com/juliannahawk/LoneWolf.html

      also, for anyone who hasn't read them, please do, or else the below
      Interlude will not make sense. I'm trying to get part three out of my head
      and onto the computer, not sure how soon it will be. Also, I haven't
      forgotten about 'Secrets of the Past'. Anyways, onto 'Interlude'.



      �You like him.� Jean stated, dropping a bundle of sheets onto the bare
      mattress of what was to be Logan�s room.
      �Jean, I, you�re crazy.� Ro stuttered, ducking her head to dug the sheet
      over one corner of the mattress.
      �Am I?� Jean asked, folding towels to go into the bathroom. �You couldn�t be
      dragged away from the Med. Lab. And don�t tell me it was just because of
      Lia.�
      �I wanted to see his daughter, she�s so cute, nothing to do with me liking
      him!� Ro defended herself, a light blush staining her cheeks.
      �You�re blushing, you like him!�
      �Jean,� Ro smoothed the sheet, making sure it was even. �I, stop it, I do
      not like Logan.�
      �Why not? He�s certainly easy on the eyes.� Jean commented, playfully poking
      Ro in the ribs. �Open up yours and look at him, he was staring at you.�
      �Only because I was holding his daughter.� Ro snapped the blanket in the
      air, letting it settle on the bed.
      �I don�t know, he was watching you before.� Jean teased, watching as Ro made
      up Logan�s bed.
      �Jean! Stop, he only just got here, he seems to have no idea what you mean
      by mutant, plus he�s got an adorable little girl as a new daughter to deal
      with.� Ro plumped up the pillows, and placed them on the bed, her back to
      Jean.
      �I guess, but Ro, there�s something you seem to have forgotten.� Jean
      started towards the door.
      �Oh, and that would be?� Ro stood up, looking around the freshly made-up
      room.
      �We all lie in the beds we make, and you just made Logan�s.� Jean shut the
      door before the pillow Ro flung at her could hit her.

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