By Heather Curry Self
Then, 9 years later, Geoff reenters Margot’s existence while the band hires her small, yet flourishing, public family enterprise. yet rather than the harmless reunion she thinks it will likely be, Margot unearths herself eventually confronting what occurred on that wintry weather evening, and what fairly triggered her courting with Geoff to end.
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Backbeat by Heather Curry Self