Thursday, March 01, 2012


“Thanks so much, Sarah,” Marley beamed over her shoulder as she dug in the closet for the twins’ jackets. “I really appreciate you helping us make this happen.”

“The girls need you, Marley. We all tried to step up while you were gone and fill the gap. We couldn’t do it. You think everyone’s replaceable, but it’s not true. You can’t just substitute one person for another like it doesn’t matter.”

Grant heard Sarah’s words, and picked up the veiled implication underneath. But, fact was, he couldn’t particularly focus on what she was saying when, truth of the matter, he also couldn’t take his eyes off of her.

Sarah was dressed in a turtleneck orange sweater, and a pair of skinny jeans the hems of which were tucked into her high-heeled boots. It was, quite frankly, the most clothed Grant had ever seen her. However, thanks to how skintight the entire ensemble was, it also gave Grant a better view of every curve and contour than if she’d come in wearing nothing at all.

Which would have been a tad less subtle.

And probably less effective.


Grant struggles to let go of Sarah and focus on Marley, as Chase and a reluctant Lila plot to use him for their own purposes. Kirkland gets a pep talk from Steven, Dean tries to understand Jeanne and Matt's relationship in light of Frankie's discovery, while Zeno offers Charlie some advice on the value of honestly, and Amanda wonders whom she can trust.

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