|where the stubborn heart lies
Author: UnpredictableMe PM
overcome with her life, Glynn takes matters into her own hands. how far will it hold her, who know, its all where the stubborn heart lies.Rated: Fiction K - English - Romance/Adventure - Chapters: 3 - Words: 1,960 - Reviews: 4 - Follows: 1 - Published: 10-16-12 - id: 3066215
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When she was guided into a comfortable parlor, Glynn noticed that it indeed had a women's touch.
Here and there were unmistakable things that brought the room color.
Crocheted Dollies were lying on the sitting couches, also there where the pretty curtains hanging in the window.
The doctor settled Drew upon a resting couch, and took one himself.
Glynn felt like she was not needed, but when her eyes met Drew's, her heart did all the moving she needed.
Settling on the couch, she took a visual tour of the parlor.
Everything inside told of its cost, fragile curtains, vases and bookcases full of china dishes.
When two adorable little twins rushed into the room, they froze when they saw the new comers.
Two pairs of Big, brown adorable eyes stared at Glynn. When she smile, the little girl rushed over and climbed into her lap.
"Now who's this adorable child," Glynn asked the girl, who smiled at her with a toothy grin.
"I'm Mari', and I'm four years old," Mari showed the nice lady four fingers hoping she'll understand.
When the lady laughed a sweet laugh, Mari smiled real big.
When Glynn felt someone touch her knee, she knew it was the other child.
When she saw the look of hunger for love, she pulled him on to her other side, hugging him close.
A new hope burned strong in her heart, to love these little beings.
It dawned on her that Drew's sadness earlier was the memories of his wife's death as well.
Glynn looked up to his eyes watching her, when they connected and she felt like she was lost at sea.
Glynn felt something in her heart, something she couldn't describe in words.
When the little chargers on her lap asked for a story, Glynn began one of the many bible stories she knew.
Drew sat watching the women he had saved hours before; tell his children a bible story about love, forgiveness and repentance.
Drew's eyes caressed her curly, red hair, that was fashioned on top her head, while little curls cascaded around her rosy cheeks, making her porcelain skin look pink.
His heart skipped a beat every time he looked at her, he felt like he had known her his whole life, not just hours before.
The women sat there on his couch looking like she was at home with his children, something began to burn in his heart something he'd long ago rejected.
That morning spilled into his mind as she watched her lips move to the story, lulling Mari and Benny into slumber.
He felt himself fall asleep to her soft, melodic voice.
That morning of the rescue, he had been walking to the newspaper hoping to find himself a governess for his little children.
He was about to open the door when a deep in thought the red hair beauty walk out.
He had never seen anything like her.
Deep green eyes, red fiery hair, and skin that looked so soft and creamy it brought him to a stop.
His eyes followed her, as she continued to walk into the open road.
Concern rushed through him, when he saw Adrian Hopkins horse bolt, his Blood started pumping; when the horse raced towards the red haired beauty he was watching.
Pain set in, he raced towards the women, who had frozen in place.
A second before he grabbed her, she sent a blood curdling shriek, then felt her sag beneath his heavy impact.
Seconds later he felt his head whip against the ground, as blackness swept in.
when he had opened his eyes, he instantly sought the crowed for the red head.
What he saw in most crowds' faces was anger that that fall hadn't taken his life.
When his eyes met stormy sea green eyes of the women he had just rescued, he felt relief that she was standing.
Now as she sat there with his children he felt the same relief that nothing had happened.
The doctor had long ago let himself out quietly, so he was the only one left to observe the scene she had made.
When the two maids he had hired came and took his children to bed, he knew God had answered his prayer for a governess.
He felt it deep within that she was the one that would change their lives forever.
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