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Author’s Comment –
Hi fellow Tibetters.
Things are starting to heat up for this soon to be couple. Feelings are building in both women for the other. And as some relationships begin, a little angst is a part of the early equation.
In this chapter, I wanted to show Bette previously being a bit of a player and her devil may care attitude could have consequences at some point in her life. She’s now realizing that she didn’t want or desire those types of relationships any longer since she’s met Tina. She now desires something more with Tina, something bigger, deeper and beyond anything she’s experienced before. She wants a relationship far better and lasting.
But she’s still our Alpha Bette in many ways and will take on anyone that attempts to intrude on her goals and desires.
Let’s see how Bette handles this intrusive woman.
And Tina – she’s finding out just how much she’s come to care for Bette and is ready to take that next step towards a relationship with her. But she’s unsure how Bette will react to a possible involvement and how that relationship will evolve.
So, is romance on the horizon for these two???
Let’s get started to find out.
As always – thanks for reading & please enjoy. Give me a shout and let me know what you think.
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Previously from Doctor of Hope Chapter 11 . . .
As Tina took in the surroundings, she noticed many women in the pub blatantly staring at the tall Brit by her side. They seemed to be undressing Bette with their eyes. Tina looked from them back to Bette and found the brunette beside her seemed obvious to their adoration. Bette’s attention was actually on her attractive roommate. The blonde chuckled.
“What?” Bette frowned.
“Nothing.” Tina smiled as she took a sip of her ale.
“Come on.” Bette pouted as if she was missing something. “Out with-it Kennard.”
“Well, if you insist.” Tina drawled, in that delightful American accent that Bette loved so much. “It seems like every woman in here is starting at you. Actually, some of the men are too.”