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    And then the job had nearly gotten me killed. I was technically still employed by the nonprofit that sent me to Guatemala
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    A year ago I’d had both a boyfriend and a job that I’d loved. The
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    He had thick blond hair, and his tanned, muscular forearms rested casually
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    She had giant brown eyes over high cheekbones. Her skin was olive-toned and perfectly smooth, and her dark, shiny hair
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    Leah was only twenty-nine to my twenty-three. But nobody had ever been more of a parent to me than Leah and her husband
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    Where we grew up, touching resulted in lashes from the whip. Hugging was a punishable offense, just like talking out of turn or
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    When I got to Vermont, I’d never touched a computer or a telephone. I’d never eaten fast food. I didn’t know what
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    How long have you been in Vermont?”

    Those blue eyes flew up to mine. “Four years
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    I’d misjudged Lark, assuming that May’s city friend wouldn’t be all that helpful on a farm. But she’d picked
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    herself.

    Whoops. I hadn’t meant to make her feel incompetent, but there was something about Lark that turned me into a caveman
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