Countdown to SHADOWS HAVE GONE: Excerpt 5 #dystopian #romance #EOTWAWKI

Shadows Have Gone, the third book in the End of All Things series, will be released on March 26. I'm doing a countdown during the two weeks leading up to its release with a new excerpt every day. Stop back tomorrow for something new!

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    Justin came up behind her and slid his arms around her waist. He pressed a kiss into that sensitive hollow between her neck and shoulder. “Mornin’, honey.”
    “Good morning.” She shivered a little at the delicious tickle of his breath on her skin. “I was just getting ready to head over to Mindy’s house. We got four eggs this morning, and I was going to offer her one of them.”
    “Send the other one, too,” Justin said. “I don’t need an omelet. By the way, has she seen Stacy yet?”
    Carly considered. “I don’t think so.”
    "Maybe you need to urge her to get checked out, just to be on the safe side.”
    “I will, but you know how Mindy is. When something worries her, she can shut down. That’s probably why she didn’t tell us she was pregnant until now.” Carly washed her hands in the sink.
    Justin gave a soft snort. “I do not envy Stan that job. Taking care of you is difficult enough.”
    Carly swatted him with the towel. “Ha! I’m the one who takes care of you, and you know it.”
    Justin waggled his eyebrows. “Wanna go ‘take care of me’ before the kid gets back?”
    “Oh, that sounds—”
    “Maaa!”
    Both of them groaned but laughed a little, too. Carly watched him head downstairs to get Dagny. She felt a little nostalgic for the days when it had just been the two of them on the road together. It would never be that simple again, but she couldn’t regret any of the choices that had led them here.

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