By Jennifer Crusie
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Yeah. ” “I graduated from high school,” Mae said. “I told you this was a waste of time. He hasn’t seen—” “Hey, I’m doing this,” Mitch said shortly, and Carlo stirred ominously in the seat beside him. Mitch sighed. ” Mae sat back and waved her hand at him. ” Mitch turned to Gio, who glared at him. He glanced back at Carlo and saw his scowl deepen. Behind him, Judith gloated on the wall, and Holofernes was still dead. Get out of here now, he told himself. It was the only intelligent thing to do.
This is what I want, Uncle Gio. ” Gio nodded. ” He turned to Mitch. ” Mitch double-checked, just to make sure. ” Gio shrugged. ” Mitch turned to Mae, incredulous. ” “Mae. ” Mae made the words distinct and separate. ” Mitch shook his head and turned back to find Gio glaring at him. “Oh. Great name. ” He regrouped. “Now, Mr. ” Gio scowled at him. “June 11, 1978. ” Mitch scowled back. “Yeah. ” “I graduated from high school,” Mae said. “I told you this was a waste of time. He hasn’t seen—” “Hey, I’m doing this,” Mitch said shortly, and Carlo stirred ominously in the seat beside him.
Mae, honey, I can do anything you want. ” Mae smiled at her cousin and said, “No,” and he stopped talking and just stared at her, his mouth slightly open, his eyes glazed with love. Mitch shook his head in sympathy. This guy had it bad, which was always a mistake. Maybe if he read The Maltese Falcon… “Let us handle this, Mae,” Gio said, and Mae said, “No, I want to do this myself,” and Mitch wondered how many times she was going to have to say it before they gave her what she wanted. Several times, it turned out.
What the Lady Wants by Jennifer Crusie