The Superiors want Jessica and Robert to marry, but they throw in a twist--while seeing to their wedding, Sarah, Heaven’s Little Love Angel, must also find a mate for Bonnie, Jessica’s mom. Her orders are to bring about the two weddings simultaneously.
Can Sarah pull it off? Or will her clumsiness destroy two romances in one shot?
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Copyright 2016 Gay N Lewis
“And why not permit this friendship to continue, young lady?” Bonnie lifted her brows.
“We have a comfortable life, Mom—just the three of us. Mackenzie goes to Sam Houston State in the fall and eventually, will marry. You and I will grow old together.”
Bonnie planted hands on hips and hiked a couple of nicely shaped eyebrows. “Now look here, daughter of mine. I don’t want to hear any more of that kind of talk. You should’ve found someone after Daniel died. You’re still young.”
Jessica shook her head. “I wasn’t interested. Not until now, anyway.”
A million-dollar gleam appeared in Bonnie’s eyes.
From her perch high on the rooftop, Sarah pumped her arms in the air. “Yippee!”Oops. She covered her mouth with her hands. Had the ladies heard that yell?
Bonnie glanced toward the kitchen window. “Did you hear a child call out?”
Jessica yawned. “No, but the neighbors may have kids visiting them again. I’m going to take your recommendation and find my bed. Maybe I can nap for an hour before I shower and dress.” She kissed her mother’s forehead and headed toward the bedroom.
Bonnie sipped her coffee and stared into space without blinking. After a few minutes, she strode to the sink, washed her coffee cup, and leaned against the counter top with a sigh.
Sarah stood up and frowned. “Why is she just standing there?”
Then the realization hit her—Bonnie must be thinking what an empty house would feel like. Bummer. That would be a major adjustment for someone who’d had family under her roof for so long. She wasn’t accustomed to living alone.
“Don’t worry.” Sarah spoke in a whisper this time. “I’m on the job and plan to enliven your life a bit.”
With that, her slipper caught on a nail, and she tumbled off the roof.
“Yeow!” My stars! Earth’s surface lacked any kind of forgiving yield. She really should stop falling on it. She picked herself up, rubbed her posterior area, and squinted toward the house. Bonnie stood at the sink, peering out into the yard.