Pushing You Away by Kennedy Fox (Noah & Katie duet #1) (Ex-Con Duet Series Book 3) EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Kennedy Fox
- Genre: Inspirational Romance, Romantic Suspense
- Publish Date: 16 February 2021
- Size: 2 MB
- Format: PDF / EPUB
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I LOOK around the two-story house I bought almost a year ago, knowing that
one day it’ll be the perfect home for my son, Owen, and me. It needed a total
remodel, so I’ve slowly been fixing it up on my days off at the bank.
Sometimes, I’ll come in the evenings with Owen, but lately, between making
dinner, helping with his homework, and getting him into bed by eight thirty, I
haven’t had any extra time.
Even so, it’s been one-hundred-percent worth it. I’ve invested everything
I own into this place and won’t stop until it’s move-in ready. After tearing
down some walls, I hired an electrician to fix the wiring before I insulated
and hung drywall. Since I learned from watching YouTube tutorials and
made a few mistakes along the way, it took months to get that much done.
I’m hoping to do as much as I can on my own and am proud to do it.
Between being a single mom and working full-time, I have limited hours
to dedicate to this project, but I’m determined. The flooring has been replaced
in a couple of rooms, and I’ve been buying wood, paint, and other materials
as I’ve saved up the money.
“Knock, knock,” Gemma sing-songs as she lets herself in the front door.
“In the master,” I call out. This room is almost finished and only needs
new windows installed.
I smile when I see my best friend holding two cups of coffee. I grab one
and take a small sip. “My hero.”
“How’s it goin’?” she asks, looking around. She hasn’t been here in a
while, but she’s been busy lately, so I understand.
“Not too bad. Come check out the paint and carpet.”
I’ve decided to leave hardwood in the hallway and tile in the bathroom
suite, so the carpet was only needed in this room.
Gemma stands in the doorway. “It looks so good. I can’t wait to see the
house when it’s complete.”
I snort. “You and me both.”
We walk into the kitchen, where I chat about my plans.
“Are you sure you don’t want some help? This seems like such a big
project for one person,” she says after I describe how I want to restore the
“Nah, you and Tyler are busy with the new gym. I’ll be fine. I’ve got
Google and YouTube to help save the day. I’ll figure it out.”
Gemma chuckles. “Well, just holler if you change your mind.”
“Do you wanna grab a drink tonight after I’m done here? Owen’s having
a sleepover with Gabe’s parents.”
Loretta and Elliot Reid have been very involved in Owen’s life since
Gabe was their only son. I’m grateful for them because after Gabe died,
trying to raise a newborn alone left me exhausted. My mother helps a lot too,
which I appreciate.
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