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Published: 2019-06-17T16:00:00+00:00

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The Woman in Our House by Andrew Hart

Chapter Twenty-Six

Anna was in bed when Josh got home, which was as he had expected. She was awake, though. Maybe, he thought, this is as good a time as any. It felt easier in the dark.

“Sorry to be late,” he said, fumbling his suit jacket onto a hanger.

 

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Author:Andrew Hart [Hart, Andrew]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Published: 2019-06-17T16:00:00+00:00
Chapter Twenty-Six

Anna was in bed when Josh got home, which was as he had expected. She was awake, though. Maybe, he thought, this is as good a time as any. It felt easier in the dark.

“Sorry to be late,” he said, fumbling his suit jacket onto a hanger.

“It’s OK. I knew you would be.”

She didn’t sound sleepy. He hesitated, sitting on the foot of the bed and pulling his socks off.

“How are the girls?”

“Fine,” said Anna, though her voice sounded a little stiff. “Grace is more herself, and Veronica is still talking about Oaklynn’s cake.”

“Great.”

“I guess.”

He hesitated and regrouped, knowing he’d missed something but not sure what.

“You knew I had to be out tonight,” said Josh. “I told you last week.”

“It’s fine,” said Anna.

“You don’t really sound—”

“Really, Josh, it’s OK.”

She still sounded a little clipped, and he frowned into the gloom, knowing that his irritation was at least partly guilt. He considered getting into bed and saying nothing more, but he had to say it. It wasn’t like he would be risking a tender moment.

“Hey, so I have to go to New York,” he said without turning around. He heard her stir in the gloom.

“Again?” she said. “OK. When?”

“Thursday,” said Josh.

“This week?”

“Yeah,” Josh replied, trying to sound casual. More movement from the bed; then she was folding back the covers and clicking on her bedside lamp. The room was suddenly aglow, and feeling exposed, he fished his phone from his pocket to give his hands something to do. He glanced over his shoulder to find her sitting up, her hair spilling unevenly across her face. She pushed it aside, and he turned to his phone, saying, “Last-minute thing. Sorry.”

“Two days’ notice? That’s crazy. What if I was traveling and we had child-care issues?”

“You’re not,” said Josh. “And we don’t.”

“But we could have.”

“Let’s focus on actual problems, not hypotheticals, OK, Anna?”

He hadn’t intended the hardness in his voice, and it clearly caught her off guard. He half turned to face her but only glanced up from his phone for a second.

“What about Grace? I thought maybe this weekend we could give Oaklynn a day off, maybe drive down to Charleston, just the four of us . . .”

“I can’t. I’m sorry. It’s a last-minute thing. I let them know I was pissed about it, but apparently, it can’t be moved.”

She blew out a sigh and looked at her hands.

“I’m sorry,” he said again, turning his attention back to his phone.

Coward, he thought. Liar.

“It’s OK,” said Anna, backpedaling, watching him as he scrolled through his email, not really seeing any of it. “Is there one?”

“One what?”

“A nonhypothetical problem?”

“What?” he said, eyes still fixed on his phone. “No. Just, you know, meetings.”

He felt her hesitation, her dissatisfaction, but he didn’t know what to say to make them go away. In the end, he opted for minimizing the issue.

“At least you have Oaklynn,” he said.

“Yeah,” she said, without her usual enthusiasm.

“What?” he said, happy to change the subject, finally looking at her properly. “Did she do something to annoy you?”

Anna shook her head, but she was frowning.

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