It’s early evening in the bedroom, the heat of honeysuckled July, a sweet breeze through the sash. Skirtless, jumperless, she lies on the floor, her hair settling about her like a silky parachute. She turns away and laughs, stretching her left arm to a book behind her, just beyond reach, stretchin…
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