By Sharon Sala
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They'd been cutting young bulls all morning, deftly removing their ability to sire young with one swift stroke of the knife and thereby turning them into steers that would eventually find their way to someone's dinner table. He'd almost forgotten that today was the day his new cook was to arrive. In fact, he had forgotten it until he'd seen Duff's blue pickup truck turning into the yard. He watched out of the corner of his eye for a glimpse of his new hired hand. It was the first time he'd ever done anything as foolish as hire some- one, sight unseen, no references asked, over a phone.
In fact, he'd hired a very capable, and from the quick glimpses she would allow of herself, a very pretty cook. The last man was finally leaving the kitchen. Lily thought she was going to have to beg him not to scrape the bowls. "There'll be more tomorrow," Lily had teased softly. " The blush that had crept up his neck matched the one on her face as he looked up and finally focused on her cheek. She watched his eyebrows raise, his mouth go slack with shock, and his eyes follow the path from the corner of her eye, down her cheek, toward her mouth.
Very few were even looking at anything but the food, and the ones that eyed her seemed to be flirting, not frowning. Lily was amazed. Was it possible that she'd built up an over-exaggeration of how she looked in her own mind? She'd have to wait and see. For the time being, cooking had taken her mind off all her troubles. It felt good to be this tired again. Another man spoke up and from what he said, Lily quickly determined that this was the much maligned Pete. "I don't even care if it tastes bad," Pete drawled.
Always a Lady by Sharon Sala