By Andrew Jackson, James Batterson
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So perhaps she was only imagining things. A word unspoken, a glance evaded, a telephone call missed-if you were looking for signs, you could find them, couldn't you? You could always force something out of nothing, merely because you were too sensitive. Yes, that was it. She was too sensitive. And she looked around at the familiar room as if its very familiarity might reassure her. An extraordinary warmth was here. It came from the house itself, this solid Victorian, built by her great-grandfather and meant to last, complete with front porch and wooden gingerbread, on this broad midwestern street.
Zig. Zag. Things seen by some, not seen by others. Slowly now, she turned into the street. " Perhaps so, but from the little that Margaret had yet seen of living, she doubted it. If Adam ever leaves me, she thought again, I shall die, no matter what Mom thinks. Or no, I shan't die, but I shall want to. I shall go on living and wanting to be dead, which is worse than being dead. TWO Whenever he saw Randi, or thought for an instant that he was seeing her, on the campus or on the street in town, everything in him, heart and breath, responded.
Promises : a novel / by Belva Plain. p. cm. ISBN 0-385-31110-9 1. Married people-United States-Fiction. 2. Adultery-United States-Fiction. I. Title. 54-dc20 96-49 CIP Designed by Rhea Braunstein/RB Design Manufactured in the United States of America Published simultaneously in Canada July 1996 10 987654321 BVG Promises Part One 1973 ONE "Turn," said Isabella, with pins between her lips. In the pier glass, looking down, Margaret could watch careful fingers working over a cascade of white silk. Looking up, she saw her own disheveled, curly red head and her shoulders rising in unfamiliar nakedness over an intricately tucked and pleated frill.