Fighting for a Highland Heart – Extended Epilogue


Bishop’s Palace,
The Orkney Islands,
February 1773


The old bishop was dying.


He was doing it in the most beautiful surroundings imaginable, of course – gilt ornamentation shone warmly around the fireplace and on the backs of chairs, and the strong early spring sunlight glinted off the sea and shone brightly in through the wondrously worked stained glass of the high windows. Firelight struck sparks from polished silverware which sat on a low wooden table covered by a silken black cloth and shone through the ancient, cobwebby wine bottle, a vibrant and lustrous red. Opulent rugs covered the stone floor, coming right up to the side of the sumptuous bed.


The bed covers were of silk and sable and the best quality wool, and the dyes of blue and purple and red set off the shining silver ornamentation which graced their edges and ran like riotous ivy across their width in flower-like patterns. The bed itself was solid Cheshire oak, a mighty example of the woodworker’s craft, and one which had stood the test of time and housed many bishops between its fantastically-carved posts.


But for all that, there was no getting away from the fact. The old bishop who occupied the bed was a man not long for this world. Rognvald Grant had been a mighty man, a powerful speaker and a physically imposing character, and a man of huge appetites who, despite his spiritual calling, had not scrupled to indulge his senses. In those days, his institution had been a fertile ground for a man like him to satisfy what he saw as the well-earned advantages of his powerful and influential position, and the result was a man who, by the time his later years were gaining on him, had become more than just physically imposing.


All that was gone now. The great, swinging belly, the red drinker’s nose, and the merry, dancing eyes had given way to reveal a thin man with sallow cheeks and dull eyes, a figure who seemed – to those who knew him best – to dwindle by the day to a thin, wan shadow of his former self. He coughed, weakly, and there was a smell of illness in the room which the scented candles on the table and the sweet applewood of the fire could not wholly mask. Grey hair hung lankly on either side of his face as he struggled himself up into a sitting position. There was a knock on the door.


The bishop did not attempt to answer. He knew that the young priest would enter whether he did so or not, and he desired at this point to conserve his energy. Sure enough, the door swung open and young Father Hallam’s anxious-looking face peered round.


“Your excellency?” he enquired, his soft, lilting Orcadian accent giving a singing tone to the words. Excellency thought the old bishop bitterly. Nothing excellent about this situation. He coughed again, and weakly gestured the younger man in. Father Hallam came, somewhat reluctantly, into the plush, overheated room.


“Your excellency, Allan Holm from the town has come to say that a ship approaches – he believes it to be your brother’s vessel. They are flying your family colours, the colours of Clan Grant.”


The old bishop heaved a great sigh of relief.


“Ahh, thank God,” he said in a cracked voice. “Thank God that they have come at last.”


“Amen,” muttered the young priest, bobbing his head.


“Some… some wine, please, Hallam,” said the old man. “And help me to sit up, will you? I will want you to help me dress and ready for them. Yes, yes,” he said, holding up a hand to stall the younger man’s protests, “I know I am too weak for it. With this illness, the strain of dressing and greeting them formally will probably kill me, but, Hallam, I do not care. This is the end for me, whatever happens, and if the last thing that I do is to greet my brother and his family properly, well, so it shall be. Come, Hallam, some wine. And help me to sit up, for God’s sake. Come along, man, I am not contagious. If I were, you would have found out long ago. Come on, now.”


The young priest bowed his head to that and came over to the old bishop, carefully helping him to arrange the pillows and get comfortable with surprising gentleness. Then he turned and, with great care, poured some of the rich red wine into the waiting goblet. The bishop’s hands shook a little as he took it.


“You know, Hallam,” he said after a moment, as the young man moved around the room gathering garments to dress him, “I have waited a long time for this day. It’s many years since I have seen my brother, and even longer since I have seen his children. Oh, we have written to one another, of course, and I saw the eldest boy, John, when he was perhaps five years or so, but his daughters were just babes the last time I was on the mainland. My brother Iain writes that he will bring his son John and John’s wife Alice with him this time, and the two eldest of his unmarried daughters, too! It will be a delight to see them all, you know, and I hope that perhaps the daughters might take a liking to these islands which you and I, Hallam, call home.”


The young priest had the feeling that the bishop was leading up to something. The old man had not spoken so much in weeks, and there was a note of the old jocular voice which he and his colleagues in the bishopric of Orkney had all come to know so well over their long careers here. Father Hallam kept quiet, moving here and there about the room, and only glancing at the bishop once, with a small, encouraging smile. The bishop’s eyes were on him, and there was a slight smile on the old man’s withered face.


“You know, Hallam, there is more to it than that, of course.”


The younger man’s movement’s slowed. Now, he thought, they were approaching the matter.


“I wish to see my brother before my passing, of course, that is why I have called for him, but there is more to it, and to you, my dear Father Hallam, I think I may in confidence divulge my secret. Yes,” he went on with a quiet laugh which turned into a cough, “yes. You shall be my confessor, Father Hallam, and you shall know what it is I have kept secret through all these many years of my career here. You know, father, and let it be a lesson to you – I have sinned and sinned grievously. Father Hallam, I have sent for my brother to ask him to see to it that a young man whom I have long watched in secret comes into his own once my death has passed.”


The young priest had frozen where he stood, his arms full of luxurious fabric, his eyes down, not meeting the bishops gaze.


“Come, Father Hallam, look me in the eye and admit to me that you have long suspected it.”


As if drawn by some will other than his own, Father Hallam’s eyes lifted up to meet the bloodshot, yellowed eyes of his superior.


“Your Excellency,” he said, and his own voice sounded hoarse as a crow’s in his ears, “I beg you, of what is it that you speak?”


“Of my son, Father Hallam,” said the old man, remorselessly. “I speak to you about my son.”

* * *


“Come on, Katheryn!” cried the boy. The wind whipped his wild hair, and the toned muscles in his bare calves flexed as he leapt, cleanly as a goat, from rock to rock. He was barefooted, and his trousers were shorn off at the knee to keep from becoming ragged. His clothing was clean, though it was old and much repaired. His sister, Katheryn, was as dark-haired as he was, but she moved more slowly from rock to rock as she followed him with a thoughtful expression on her handsome, freckled face. The wind toyed a lock of her dark hair from out of its cap and caressed it around her strong jaw as she made her way down to the waterside.


Behind them, the flat expanse of the Orcadian fields stretched off back toward the town, broken here and there by long lines of dry-stone wall and little low stone houses. This was an incredible place, so flat and treeless that the wind off the North Sea swept continually across it, buffeting the people and the homes and towns, weathering their faces and teaching them respect and love for the sea from an early age.


When Katheryn made it to the water’s edge, she found her brother with his hessian sack open by his side, expertly peeling the large, healthy clams from the rocks with his belt-knife and flipping them into the bag. She crouched and joined him there.


They had been working for perhaps an hour when Katheryn heard a voice calling them and looked up. She nudged the boy’s arm and pointed.


“It’s Tom,” she murmured. Tom was their mother’s husband, and though neither Tom nor their mother was shy about the fact that he was not their father, both the youngsters were obliged to cede Tom the respect that a true father would have demanded. Now, Tom was standing up in a little rowboat which he had brought in as close to the rocks as possible. He was waving and hallooing at them to get their attention. When he saw they were looking at him, he put his hands to his mouth like a trumpet and called.


“Go back home!” they heard him cry. “Your mother says, go back home right away!”


“But we’ve only been out an hour,” the boy objected, and his sister shrugged.


“Must be important,” she responded. “Come on. No point in hanging about.”


With the casual acceptance of the young, brother and sister both swung their partly-full sacks over their shoulders and turned to pick their way back up the rocks to the grassy sward, where they would run back the mile or so to their village.

* * *


“There’s the harbour!” exclaimed John Grant. Alice leaned on the rail beside him, gazing out over the land.


“It’s so flat!” she exclaimed. “But it looks like a busy little harbour and a fine-looking wee town.”


“Aye,” said John. “They are a different folk from us of the Highlands – more Norse than Scots in many ways. They are a strong, hardy, seafaring folk, too.”


“And powerfully religious,” put in Iain Grant, coming up behind them. Iain had aged well in the last six years. Since peace had been established between himself and Lord Snedden, his daughter Flora successfully married to Ranald Carlisle of Balmore, and his son John to the daughter of the MacPhersons, his old allies, Iain was a man who felt his work in life mostly complete. His days had become pleasant and full of the small joys that are the province of a grandfather, as John and Alice had given him two grandchildren since their wedding.


All had been peaceful, that was until the letter had come from his brother Rognvald, who had for many years been the bishop of Orkney. Rognvald was two years younger than Iain, but he had a taste for rich food and good wine which his calling had given him ample opportunity to indulge, and those appetites had taken their toll. He had written to Iain that he was dying and implored him to travel north to Orkney and speak with him, one last time.


I beg you, he had written, come at once and bring your children. I have words to impart to you which are too sensitive to put in writing, and I would like your eldest son at least should witness them.


These words had troubled Iain the whole journey. What could Rognvald have to tell him that could not be put in a letter, and that required such a powerful witness as Iain’s own son and heir before they could be told?


“I wonder what on earth he can have to tell me?” Iain mused, unaware that he had spoken out loud. It was Alice who answered. She reached out and clapped her father-in-law on the shoulder in a friendly, companionable way.


“Only one way to find out,” she said, and he nodded his head to that.


But he had the strangest feeling, deep in his heart of hearts, that whatever it was it would only mean one thing for him and his family.




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  • Oh I loved this book it intrigued me all the way through. I read it in one day. Just eager to read the next chapter and see what was going to happen next. You have wrote a great storyline and believable characters again. Excellent work.

  • This was a very good novel! I had difficulty even putting it down. It is full of adventure, suspense and romance. I highly recommend it.

  • I really enjoyed this book and the extended version. I would recommend this book to all. Very entertaining and fast moving story line.

  • Loved this one! The characters were well written and wonderful! The descriptions of land ,water and castles were breath taking! Love sex adventure and bad guys who could want anymore!!

  • Great book! Love de story! I will recommended to my friends! Looking forward to read the next novel! Congratulations!

  • In the book it reads “Eager to learn what the future holds for Tara and Callan? Then you may enjoy this extended epilogue.” However, the EE did not mention anything about Tara and Callan. What it did allude to was the Grant brother who was a priest was dying and wished to see his brother Iain the clan chief and his family to divulge a family secret.
    Even though this did not include Tara and Callan, I am increasingly intrigued by this new unfolding drama in the Grant family. I look forward to the next book in the series.

  • An excellent book. Hard to put down. The extended epilogue was to be about Tara and Callum but didn’t even mention them. It was a good lead into another book though!

  • I really loved reading the whole story. The characters were all facinating. I couldn’t put the book down it was so addicting.
    The extended epilogue was a little strange as I had expected to hear more about Tara and Calan. Your a great author and I would love to read the next novel.

  • Loved the novel but was a bit disappointed in the extended epilogue. Expected to read more about Tara and Callan. Instead it appears to be an entirely different story. Looking forward to reading more.

  • Very disappointed with the extended epilogue. What happened to Tara and Callum? Why didn’t you finish the extended epilogue instead of leaving such a cliff hanger for the ending?
    Why was John so strongly requested to be there?

  • Great story, captivating and well developed characters. Love Tara and Callum as well John and Alice. Was intrigued with the EE even though it seemed to be and introduction for a new story

  • I loved the book, but Not the “epilogue”. This is an intro into the next book, not anything about Tara and Callan.

  • All I can say is WOW. Beautiful story and a surprising ending. So glad that it was not the real Ranald, who treated his father abominably. The extended epilogue looks promising. Can’t wait for it. I wonder what Arthur Morton is up to. What would John’s role or the importance of his presence mean. I’m very curious.

  • The book was okay, lots twists. Enjoyed Some others books by kenna this one
    Lacked! Her writing did not flow as in other books. The EPILOGUE was pathetic. Nothing about the main characters, from the book.

  • I seem to be in agreement with everyone else. Great book, loved reading about Callan and Tara. But the extended epilogue had nothing to do with Callan and Tara. Was disappointed about that.

  • I loved the book, I couldn’t put it sown, so different to the norm and the twist of the imposter was different. I found the Extended Epilogue confusing as I understoof I was supposed to be reading what the future held for Tara and Callam but there was no mention of them at all.

  • I thought the book was well written & kept you interested! Several nights I did not want to put the book down! I am glad how it all wrapped up, but am wondering what is going to happen next!! And what happened to Tara & Callen?

  • I loved this book! Great story that kept my interest from the very start and a surprise at the end with the imposter. I was very disappointed, however, in this “extended epilogue”. There was no mention of Tara and Callum which was what I was hoping for! It was just a prelude for another book. Rather sneaky!

  • I loved the characters in this book. The story was intriguing and well written. It was almost impossible to put down! Looking forward to your future novels.

  • A very good read. Lots of adventure. Epilogue should have been more of Callan and Tara. Not a review of your next book.

  • A very entertaining story. I loved the star crossed lovers aspect and the way it was resolved. I would like to have seen justice given to Andrew for the trouble he caused. Hard to believe no one saw the truth or that he left the lord and his son alive to spoil his plan.

  • Loved the story of Tara and Callan was hoping the EE would talk more about them, it really leaves you hanging. Would love to read more about Alice and John

  • I loved this book. It was fast paced and full of so much action, but I was very disappointed to read the epilogue since it didn’t continue on about Callan and Tara.

  • Not enough to the extended epilogue. It leaves you hanging. Will be waiting for the next book to continue the story. It is very good. Once I started reading I couldn’t put it down. It captures you immediately and you are hard pressed stop. I loved it. Glad I am a widow, my husband would have had to get his own food because I was unable to put your book down. MORE PLEASE.

  • Loved the story line. I found that, even though I liked the women, they sleep with the men too quickly. That’s a turn off for me, and I am not a prude. Otherwise, I enjoyed the book.
    Epilogue was not what I expected

  • I loved this story full of adventure, twisting plots & romance. I liked the ext epilogue & look forward to the book it must be a tease for. I’ve liked everything I’ve read from this author & look for more.

  • What a great story filled with adventure, intrigue and romance! I especially loved the romance between Tara and Callan but not fond of the descriptive sexual details. Also not fond of the Epilogue. Not a very good way to introduce your next book.

  • HUH!!! could’ve sworn I read “to learn what the future holds for Tara and Callan” then enjoy this Extended Epilogue, maybe I just tapped the link wrong, I’ll just tap it again. Nope, must be something wrong with my tapper!

  • What exactly will he say? How will it effect the family? Will he go back with them and start a new life? Another story is developing.

    • Thank you my dear Kate. I’m sorry that you didn’t enjoy the epilogue, but the next book “Fighting for a Highland Lass” is out and it is here and it will solve any unanswered questions.

  • Loved the story line but the epilogue as with all your epilogues leaves me frustrated. I’m hoping it’s because a follow on book is imminent? If it is it would be really helpful for you to put the title of the book. I read so much I don’t want to miss it. Thank you

    • Hello my dear Claire! The next book is already out and it’s called “Fighting for a Highland Lass”. 😉

  • The book was well written and the cast of characters developed. However the extended version of Tara and Callen was disappointing. Would highly recommend to the author to remember her readers when she writes an epilogue. Otherwise her readers might lose interest

    • Thank you very much for your honest opinion, my dear Cherilynn. For this extended epilogue, I decided to take a step further into the future. I hope that the Epilogues from the other stories are more interesting to you.

  • Great story! Loved the adventure and romance. Kept me captivated. The epilogue sure leaves a person wanting to know more. Hopefully there’s already a sequel or it’s about to be released.

    • Hello my dear Laurie and thank you! The next book “Fighting for a Highland Lass” is already out!

    • Hello my dear Fiona, in this extended epilogue, I’m introducing you to the next book of this series “Fighting for a Highland Lass” 😉

  • I did love reading this book, had a hard time putting it down to eat and sleep. It was exciting and kept me anxious for Tara to be safe. The epilogue was kind of disappointing as it did not follow through with Calam and Tara’s story. The book itself was wonderful.

    • Hello my dear Eileen, I’m very glad that you enjoyed the book! The next one “Fighting for a Highland Lass” is out already 😉

  • I liked this story. Well written and ended well. The epilogue however, was not even about Tara or Callum but an advert for your next book. Not pleased about the deception.

  • Once again a ride of emotions. Loved the book but I agree that the extended epilogue was more an introduction to the next book.

    • Thank you so much my sweet Eve! The next one in the series Fighting for a Highland Lass is already out 😉

  • Exciting and full of suspense. A beautiful story of love between two people who weren’t looking for it.

  • I loved this book! A wonderful love story of Tara and Callen! I was dissapointed with the extended epilogue! I wanted to hear more about Tara and Callen! I hope you write another book about their family!

    • Thank you my dear Donna,I hope that you will enjoy the next one in the series “Fighting for a Highland Lass” 🙂

  • I loved the book. I had trouble putting it down. however I could have done without the explicit sex. And the epilogue was rather disappointing. Wanting to see what the future holds for Tara and Caplan is totally different than introducing a new story that has nothing to do with the characters of the book. Left me feeling cheated.

    • Thank you for the sweet words my dear Barb! I just wanted to leave a window for future adventures! The next book “Fighting for a Highland Lass” is already out 🙂

    • Thank you so much my dear Anna! I’m so happy that you enjoyed it. There is in fact “Fighting for a Highland Lass” is already out <3

  • The book & epilogue were totally interesting, but the extended epilogue was a complete disappointment. It never spoke of the original couple, but only in the end, it spoke of other characters in the story. It is rather a prologue to the next book. Kenna, what were your thinking?

    • Hello Elaine, since our couple got their happy ending, I had the inspiration something else and I went with it. 🙂

  • Great story with lots of intrigue. I’m anxious to continue reading more about the Grant dynasty.

  • Enjoyed reading this book. I’m wondering if the old doctor who travels on to Skye another places is based on Boswell and Johnson’s journey around the Isles in 1773 or thereabouts?

  • Loved,loved,loved this story!! I am a little perplexed at the extended epilogue though for I have read that story which was good but the brother priest was sickly in bed and not dressed and died before they could get all info(the big red headed Scot was friend and not foe).
    I would have switched it around and talked of Ian Grant and family and then mention of a letter from his brother and take us along that way in the ship to Orkney Islands! Less confusing, and segue to the next book. Thanks for your stories so good!

  • Love your writing Kenna. You bring your characters to life with action drama suspense and romance. You draw the reader in so they can almost imagine they they are part of the story.

  • The Epilogue left me wanting more. You stop with only one clan when this beautifully written story embraced three clans. It would have been nice to hear about Callen and Tara since they were the many characters.

    • Well, my lovely Pami, the sequel of the story is already out and it is called “Fighting for a Highland Lass.” I am so glad that you enjoyed the book! 💗

  • I loved your characters challenging the circumstances given to them. This is a brave committed family that are full of love.

  • I loved the book. Having already read the next book, I was disappointed that it was not about Tara and Callan.

  • Epilogue was such a disappointment! Nothing about Tara & Callan as claimed. So misleading, in fact more than misleading. I am not sure I will read anymore from this author.

    • Oh… don’t feel that way!!! I wouldn’t give up reading Ms. Kendrick’s books!!! Since I read the 2nd Book First and then the
      Epilogue to the 2nd. book I read which in turn mentions the earlier book; I knew who Iain Grant, John Grant, and Alice McPherson Grant were!!! Just be glad that Kenna Kendrick is still writing for all of our Enjoyment!!!

      • Thank you my dear Bonnie for taking the time to reply and for your support 🌺 There is a lot of love and thought that goes into all my books. All though not all stories will become a favorite, I am certain in my collection, my darling readers can discover the next story that will speak straight to their hearts❤️

  • Really enjoyed Callan and Tara’s story and ended Murdo and Emily’s moving in next book to Clan Grant.

  • I loved the story, but there were moments that it draged. There was a lot of moments I got lost in the story. But I really like your books.

    • Thank you for your honest feedback my dear Linda Mae. I’m very happy that you enjoy my books <3

  • I did enjoy the story, but I do agree that the extended epilogue was less epilogue, but rather introduction to a different story.

    • Well, “Fighting for a Highland Heart” is the second book of “Defenders of the Highlands”. The next book is “Fighting for a Highland Lass” (Book 3) and the first book is “Fighting for a Highland Rose” (Book 1). I hope that I helped, my dear Bunny. ❤️

  • I liked the book but tbh didn’t like the extended epilogue. I didn’t sound like a closure but the beginning of a new history 😔

  • I enjoyed reading about the lives and adventures of the characters so beautifully told.
    From the first word to the last I could not stop reading.
    Can’t wait for the next story to be told.
    Was surprised the extended Epilouge was not about Tara and Callan.

    • I’m so hapy that you enjoyed it, my dear Dorothy!❤️ Well the next book of the series “Fighting for a Highland Lass” is already out 😉

  • I loved the story it was great but will there be more it seems the story isnt finished the epilogue leaves a big gap who was the bishops son?was it john.and what trouble? And what about the little girl and boy ? These need to be answered is there a continuation of this book? Otherwise i loved it.

    • I’m so happy that you enjoyed it my dear Sharon! ❤️ Well this story is already out! “Fighting for a Highland Lass” is waiting to answer all of your questions 😉.

  • Again the extended epilogue leaves you hanging with many questions and not a clue as to what the next book is named for you to find the answers. I’m tempted to make up my own endings and skip the extended epilogues.

    • My dear Carol, thank you so much for sharing your thoughts! I’m always trying to improve. But if you are interested, you can find out more about this story on “Fighting for a Highland Lass” 😉

  • It’s a pity Kenna, that you can’t explain why the epilogue isn’t about Callan and Tara. You completely ignore your fans queries about it. That’s not a good way to treat or encourage your fans. Such a shame.

    • I’m very sorry you feel that way, my dear Julie. I’m always trying to improve and to be close with my audience, but sometimes that’s hard. The extended epilogue wasn’t about Callan and Tara because their story was finished, but it did inspire me for another story. <3

  • I enjoyed this story very much. To often some writers description can become tedious but not you, and yet I can picture everything perfectly

    • That’s amazing to hear, my dear Kelly! I’m so happy that you enjoyed it. Thank you for all the support! ❤️

  • A most enjoyable read. Filled with intrigue, deception, desire, love and twists and turns of all kinds. Could not put it down until finished!

    • That’s so great to hear! Thank you so much my dear Diane! I’m so glad that you enjoyed it <3.

    • I’m so glad that you enjoyed it, my dear Anne! The next book of the series is “Fighting for a Highland Lass” and it’s already out. 😉

  • Thoroughly enjoyed this book from beginning to the extended epilogue. It so completely hooked me that I want to read more. Thank you for such great story telling.

    • Thank you very much for all the support, my dear Joan! You give me courage to go on <3

  • The book was great. The after not so much. It was a good prologue for the grants future story. But I still have no idea what happened to Tara snd call an which is what I was looking for

  • I First read the book re: the Bishop ( which this epilogue introduces )… but now I understand the rest of the story… Alice is Callan McPherson’s Sister and while Alice married the Love of her Life, John Grant; Callan married his forever Love, Tara… and Life goes on!!! Another GREAT BOOK!!!

    • I’m sorry to hear that you were disappointed, my lovely Ann. You can always check the sequel and see what happens in the series.

  • I have been enjoying several of your books over the last few weeks. I’m curious about the name change from Colum to Callen.

    • Thank you so much for your kind words, my dear D! I’m so glad you enjoyed my books! ❤️

    • Thank you so much for your kind words, my dear Diana! I’m so glad you enjoyed the story! ❤️

  • Loved the story but didn’t understand why the epilogue was a preview of the next book and didn’t address Tara or Callannat sll

    • Thank you so much for your kind words, my dear C! You definitely have a point and I’ll keep this in mind. ❤️

  • Enjoyed book. Epilogue had nothing to do with story i read. I guess it’s an intro to something else but had nothing to do with Tara and Callum. Very confusing

    • Thank you so much for your feedback, my dear K.C.! I’m sorry that it caused confusion… ❤️

  • Another excellent book one more to read keep them coming love the stories can’t leave review on Amazon keeps telling me there is a problem

  • Great story and with so much intrigue that it kept my attention well. Loved that closeness of the families and the alliances that were present. Kept my interest all the way through.

  • The story was very interesting and informative of the times. Answers a multitude of questions of the rankings of both the titled and lessor ranked help.

  • i loved reading this novel. was wishing it was longer hoping the ending of the extended section leads to a new novel, which i will be looking forward to. keep the stories coming Kenna

  • Well that was an adventure and love story, intrigue all around. It was well worth reading and zi couldn’t stop reading until I had read it all.

    • My dear Joyce, thank you for your kind words, your support means the world! I am glad you enjoyed my story!

  • Thoroughly enjoyable tale. Particularly liked the twists and turns in the love stories and the contribution of the imposter character was well thought through.

    • Thank you for your constant support my dear Evelyn! I love your comments and I am glad you liked the story!

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