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From the Inside Flap
Sidney sighed. "I simply wanted you to know where I was coming from. Sowhen I say things that may not seem to make any sense at the moment, give me alittle lee-way, OK?"
Pastexperience had taught him well and he knew better than to agree to something sovague. "Things like what?"
"Like, what if I told you I know you didn't just randomly show up atthe health expo or walk up to me tonight. You were sent to protect me."
He satmotionless, had even stopped breathing at some point. No one had ever picked upon his cover before. Not once. It was one of the things he prided himself on.If he needed to be a drug dealer or a diplomat or a charming ladies man, he becamethat person. He had a natural ability to blend into every possible demographic.So how did this one woman with no background in espionage pick up on him soeasily? His senses went on high alert and he felt like he had just been bustedin a sting. Clearing his throat brought no relief fromthe things he was feeling so he grabbed his glass and took a long swallow. Whenhe was sure he could speak in a normal tone he set the glass back on the table."Why would you say something like that?"
"God told me."
"What else did He tell you?"
She gave a furtive grin."Nothing else about you so you can relax."