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Author:Alice J. Black [Black, Alice J.]

Language: eng

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Publisher: The Parliament House

Published: 2019-05-04T22:00:00+00:00

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The Jolly Dodger (The Soul Seekers Book 8) by Alice J. Black

“Peyton!”

A loud whisper woke me, and a hand was on my shoulder, gently shaking me.

I had fallen asleep clutching my book, index finger marking the page.

 

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Author:Alice J. Black [Black, Alice J.] , Date: June 11, 2019

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Author:Alice J. Black [Black, Alice J.]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: The Parliament House

Published: 2019-05-04T22:00:00+00:00
“Peyton!”

A loud whisper woke me, and a hand was on my shoulder, gently shaking me.

I had fallen asleep clutching my book, index finger marking the page.

Smacking my lips, I pushed myself up onto my elbow, rubbed my face, and looked up at Jake. He looked down at me with a goofy grin and the stink of beer riding on his breath.

“Hi.” My voice groggy and thick with sleep. I cleared my throat and tried again. “Hi. You okay?”

“Yeah.” He grinned.

“What time is it?”

“Late. We . . . I guess we got a little carried away.”

I glanced at my phone. It wasn’t so much late as early.

“How was the sea shanty singing?”

“It was good. I think.” He nodded. “I’m sorry I didn’t come get you. I think we just lost track of time.”

“Oh well. There’s always tomorrow night.”

“Yup.” He smiled, sinking down onto the side of the bed. “I don’t know if you can shed some light on something.”

“What’s that?”

“I heard a story about this cute chick crying about somebody falling overboard.”

I groaned as I sat up and leaned against the wall, feeling the cold rushing through me. “I didn’t think news travelled that fast.”

“It was you, then.”

“I think I was the only one not in the pub, so yeah it was me. I went on deck for a look around and heard a splash. When I looked overboard I saw a man in the water. I went for help and the search team had floodlights on and divers in the water. They found nothing.”

“Weird.”

“Damn right it was weird. I swear I saw him, Jake.”

“I’m just glad they didn’t find anyone.”

I frowned. “What does it mean, though?”

He shrugged. “Maybe it was just a trick of the light.”

“Not you, too.”

“I believe you, Peyton. But if someone was down there, he would’ve been found.”

“And so my boyfriend thinks I’m crazy.” I crossed my arms.

“I didn’t say that.”

“You didn’t have to.”

“Peyton, what’s up?”

I sighed. “Nothing. I guess I’m just tired. And I spent my entire night alone.”

“I’m sorry.” He dropped his head. “I meant to come back, I really did. I just got carried away. I think half the boat was in the bar. The drinks were flowing and . . . and I’m sorry.”

“It’s okay.” I shook my head. “This is your holiday, too.”

“I promise I’ll make it up to you tomorrow.”

“Oh, yeah?” I raised my brow.

“Yeah. As soon as I get rid of my hangover.”

“You do know that hangovers on a ship is ten times worse than normal.”

“They are?”

“The churning of the water does something to your stomach.”

He balked and shook his head.

Outside, I heard muffled laughter and footsteps. Someone banged on our door, and Olivia hissed, “Good night, Peyton.” Then she and Rob struggled with the key for a minute before the door slammed.

“Sounds like they had fun.” I grinned, feeling my frustration dissolve.

“It was good. I wish you could’ve been there.” He tucked a stray strand of hair behind my ear.

“Being an alcoholic makes that a little difficult.”

“I know. And I would never put you in that position.

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