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Author:Julie Kriss [Kriss, Julie]

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Publisher: Five Doors Creative

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Sixteen

Kate

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Author:Julie Kriss [Kriss, Julie] , Date: June 11, 2019

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Author:Julie Kriss [Kriss, Julie]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Five Doors Creative
Sixteen

Kate

* * *

Emily phoned me as I was hanging out with Dylan, eating Spaghetti-Os. “Hey,” she said, “it’s Emily. Remember me?”

Of course I remembered Emily. “Um, yes.”

“Are you with Dylan? Can you bring him to the house?”

“I suppose so,” I said, watching the kid clean his bowl like I hadn’t fed him a snack an hour ago. “What’s up?”

“Family meeting,” she said. “You’ll see.”

“Emily, I’m…” It sounded stupid coming from my mouth. “I’m not family.”

“Yes, you are,” she said. “I want you there. And I want Dylan there. This affects him, too.”

Of course. Dylan actually was family. This wasn’t about me. “All right, we’re coming,” I told her.

Half an hour later we had walked the few blocks down the street to the original Riggs house. It was big and old, and it had been practically falling down until recently, when first Luke and then Jace had started working to fix it up. The front porch had new floorboards, replacing the old rotting ones, and the yard had been cleared of the bushes of weeds. Behind the house was a guest house, which had been empty since Jace moved out to live with Tara. There was a car in front of it now—a blue one with a white racing stripe and a bunch of dents. I’d never seen that car before.

Dylan ran ahead of me into the house, bounding up the steps. He’d been shy his first few times here, but it hadn’t taken him long to treat the house like his own and get comfortable around his aunts and uncles. Now he opened the door and we saw a crowd of family: Luke, Emily, Jace, Tara, Ryan. There were also two people I didn’t recognize: a woman with honey-blond hair and a man who was so obviously the fourth Riggs brother I didn’t have to guess. I knew that the fourth brother’s name was Dex, he was an ex-cop, and every time his name was mentioned Ryan looked like he’d swallowed a rotten egg. I gathered they didn’t get along.

Dylan beelined to his dad, and I turned to find Emily taking my arm. “You’re here!” she said, pulling me toward the woman I didn’t know. “Lauren, this is Kate, Ryan’s nanny. Kate, this is my sister, Lauren.”

I’d heard about Lauren, though I’d never met her. She was Emily’s fraternal twin sister, and though they certainly looked alike when they stood side by side, they didn’t look like twins. Emily was blonde and vivacious, opinionated, while Lauren was darker, quieter, more reserved. She had a slimmer build than Emily, and she looked like she could fit in at a country club, even though she was wearing boots and a jersey dress.

She smiled at me, and then her gaze went to my hair. “Your color is great. Where do you get it done?”

“Lauren owns the hair salon,” Emily explained. “I run it.”

“I got it done in Detroit,” I said, adjusting my glasses. My hair was naturally dark chestnut brown, but I liked having red added to it.

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