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  1. Whats the quote? Something like ‘doth protest too much’ haha thats what the whole chapte reminded me of!!! I cant wait for more!

  2. ‘The lady doth protest too much, methinks.’ Thats the quote! From Hamlet…knew I knew it from somewhere

  3. I’m Loving this one, Lindsey not able to decide if she likes Cindy more than a firend. I’ve seen some people write it but not as good as you. πŸ™‚

  4. hehehe The conversation played out just like it had been part of Lindsay’s own thoughts nudging her. I loved the use of ‘vex’, I’m not sure why but it made me really happy to see it in there. πŸ™‚ (I’m also happy because i get to be a Conscientious objector tomorrow!)

  5. I really don’t mind Tom when he’s not sleeping with Lindsay either. Notice how I used him lovingly in Inamorata and again now. He’s not a bad guy. He’s just not for Lindsay πŸ™‚

    Vex is one of my favorite words.

    And, good for you, May! Now, is this from a civilian standpoint… or are you in the service?

  6. Jeez, Lindsay, you gotta take the hint when your ex-husband gets the spidey sense going about you and Cindy. πŸ™‚

    This chapter was absolutely fucking hilarious. I think the best part has got to be Tom mention the indication being Cindy. It was so hard to keep the laughter quiet. But I laughed and I loved and I’m in stitches waiting for more. As always, an awesome addition to your awesome story/stories. πŸ™‚

  7. This whole thing made me laugh so much. Love this convo, and Tom’s unsolicited Ò€œCindy was definitely the first indication.Ò€

  8. So does this mean you’ll be working in the plot of And The Truth Will (Sometimes) Set You Free?

    Really enjoying this so far, looking forward to the next chapter.

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