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Published: 2007-09-24T16:00:00+00:00

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Dearest Dorothy, If Not Now, When? by Charlene Baumbich

Colton left the Press feeling not the slightest of dings to his ego, even though it was the second time this week he’d virtually been dismissed by a Pardon-Me-Viller. Sharon’s red cheeks and fidgety fingers told him all he needed to know. But moreover, he knew he truly would learn more by reading tomorrow’s Press than talking to her further since he’d analyzed her quite thoroughly (and accurately, as it turned out) the last time they met. She was the type of woman who worked hard to hang on to her emotions, which meant one of the reasons she’d likely gone into journalism was to find a written way to sort and express them. He imagined in another ten years she might be an intriguing force to be reckoned with, but for now, she was still too much the novice to keep her outward expressions from giving her away. Yes, she would work hard to be fair and square and he would read more about both sides of the electoral coin than if he’d continued pressing her for information today. He’d learned in business that when you force an issue with a weaker player, you usually only got half of the story since the rest of it would be lost in emotional spewing.

As it turned out, he’d had much more fun verbally sparring with Challie Carter the other day, who was a surprisingly shrewd foe. When Colton first arrived at his farm and told him why he was personally dropping by, Challie let it be known he was “not one bit happy” that Sam had blabbed about Katie’s offer. But on the other hand, he invited the kingpin land developer right into his kitchen saying: “But look what that big mouth brought me.” What Colton didn’t know was that Challie had blabbed to the one person he thought might lure Craig & Craig Developers right to his door again. But not even he had expected it would be Colton Craig himself.

Their visit was so interesting and lively, in fact, that it got too late to make it to the Press’s office before closing. Finding Sharon there today was a bonus since he expected the office would be closed. But he’d circled the square on his way to take a more careful look at some acreage and noticed the Press’s shades were up, the lights on and Sharon at her desk. He couldn’t stop himself from going in.

 

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Author:Charlene Baumbich

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group

Published: 2007-09-24T16:00:00+00:00
Colton left the Press feeling not the slightest of dings to his ego, even though it was the second time this week he’d virtually been dismissed by a Pardon-Me-Viller. Sharon’s red cheeks and fidgety fingers told him all he needed to know. But moreover, he knew he truly would learn more by reading tomorrow’s Press than talking to her further since he’d analyzed her quite thoroughly (and accurately, as it turned out) the last time they met. She was the type of woman who worked hard to hang on to her emotions, which meant one of the reasons she’d likely gone into journalism was to find a written way to sort and express them. He imagined in another ten years she might be an intriguing force to be reckoned with, but for now, she was still too much the novice to keep her outward expressions from giving her away. Yes, she would work hard to be fair and square and he would read more about both sides of the electoral coin than if he’d continued pressing her for information today. He’d learned in business that when you force an issue with a weaker player, you usually only got half of the story since the rest of it would be lost in emotional spewing.

As it turned out, he’d had much more fun verbally sparring with Challie Carter the other day, who was a surprisingly shrewd foe. When Colton first arrived at his farm and told him why he was personally dropping by, Challie let it be known he was “not one bit happy” that Sam had blabbed about Katie’s offer. But on the other hand, he invited the kingpin land developer right into his kitchen saying: “But look what that big mouth brought me.” What Colton didn’t know was that Challie had blabbed to the one person he thought might lure Craig & Craig Developers right to his door again. But not even he had expected it would be Colton Craig himself.

Their visit was so interesting and lively, in fact, that it got too late to make it to the Press’s office before closing. Finding Sharon there today was a bonus since he expected the office would be closed. But he’d circled the square on his way to take a more careful look at some acreage and noticed the Press’s shades were up, the lights on and Sharon at her desk. He couldn’t stop himself from going in.

Now as Colton drove on toward the northeastern outskirts of Partonville, he couldn’t help but lust after the extensive breadth of Challie’s land holdings, even if they weren’t contiguous to Hethrow. He’d looked up the plats of survey maps the day after their chat so he could get an overview of all the boundaries, how they might overlap, or not, with his both new and renewed intentions. The few other properties not owned by Challie seemed too far out of the line of a sensible plan for development, but today Colton was taking another thoughtful driving evaluation anyway.

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