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Vanishing Dreams by Nicole Edwards

Vanishing Dreams by Nicole Edwards

Author:Nicole Edwards [Edwards, Nicole]
Language: eng
Format: epub
Tags: Nightmare
Amazon: B00OI1FJXA
Publisher: SL Independent Publishing, LLC
Published: 2014-10-21T04:00:00+00:00

Chapter Sixteen

Friday morning

“Damn, it’s good to be home,” Dalton drawled when he stepped into the barn early Friday morning. After their final concert on Wednesday night, he had foregone a hotel room in lieu of coming back to Devil’s Bend. It would’ve been a waste to stay so close, although he’d been ready to crash in the closest bed as soon as he’d walked off the stage. But he had been looking forward to being in his own bed again. He wasn’t disappointed that he’d done it, either.

Thursday had been about relaxing, hanging out at the house, and trying to get a few things unpacked. Although his house was complete, located at the far end of the Dream Chasers ranch, he hadn’t had much of a chance to move in. Since he’d opted to make his Texas home permanent, he’d sold his Nashville one and stayed with his parents or on the road for the better part of the last four months, which meant the movers had relocated all of his belongings with the help of Cooper’s manager slash father while Dalton had been on tour.

Needless to say, he still had a lot of work to do in order to feel like he wasn’t living out of a box. Since, technically, he really was living out of boxes, it was quite literal and very much a pain in the ass.

“Glad to have you back,” Cooper replied, his voice muffled as he stepped around Sacred Spirit, the most recent gelding to have been acquired by the center.

“How’s she doin’?” Dalton asked, referring to the horse Cooper was brushing.

“Better. She’s calmed down some. Braydon’s been working with her quite a bit. She’s not quite ready to go out with the kids, but maybe a few more months. She’ll get there, though. I have faith,” he answered, crooning to the horse as much as answering Dalton.

“How’s Braydon doin’?” Dalton asked, referring to Tessa’s cousin who had come to stay at the ranch while Dalton was away. He was living on the premises and handling some of the chores, as well as giving direction to the volunteers as needed. Dalton hadn’t realized Braydon had taken to the horses, but he couldn’t say he was surprised. The few times Dalton had seen the man, he’d looked like he was deep in thought and doing everything he could to stay busy.

Dalton knew what he was going through. He’d been plagued with the same need to fill every spare minute with something to do, no matter how trivial.

“Doin’ good. Doesn’t seem to be goin’ anywhere anytime soon. Tryin’ to keep him busy.”

“I see you’ve got a group coming out today,” Dalton said, glancing over at the giant board on the wall that listed upcoming events.

“Yep. Day-care center. About ten kids.”

“Mind if I take that one?” Dalton asked, sliding his fingers over the wood bar on the outside of the stall, gripping the board, and resting his boot on the bottom rung.

“You sure? I’ve got another group coming in tomorrow mornin’, and I’m meetin’ with my dad then so I won’t be able to get that one.


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