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He wasn’t aggressive by any stretch of the imagination. He relied tremendously on her because he often found himself confused and troubled by people’s behavior.He didn’t recognize when he was being lied to nor did he understand why people did it.
She lived alone in a large mansion since her ex-husband and his son had unsuccessfully tried to kill her to collect the insurance money.All characters engaging in sexual relationships or activities are 18 years old or older.******** Prologue: Edward Walters wasn’t gifted with great intelligence.While his unique mental state may have given him some socially challenging issues they also allowed him to focus on his task with an almost laser like precision. He wasn’t really clear on what all that meant but he knew he loved his job and for the first time in his life he was really good at something. With the leaves gone and snow threatening to fall any day now, his very favorite time of year was rapidly approaching! Now that he had so many more people to share it with Ed knew he had more reasons to be very merry indeed! Ed grinned and hung his head to the sound of Grace’s giggles.Chapter 1 Ed pulled his old, beat up pickup into the garage of the beautiful mansion up on Silverton Heights. Chapter 2 The Esplanade Convention Center was buzzing with activity.This often led to him being hurt or taken advantage of.
He knew that wasn’t normal but Grace never made him feel stupid or ashamed for his inability to understand. She understood him better than anyone and he loved her with every fibre of his being.
Author's Notes: ' The Most Valuable Gift' is an unplanned sequel to ' One Who Understands'.
The stories are read in the following order: 1 One Who Understands, 2 The Most Valuable Gift, 3 To Walk a Mile.
He wasn’t strikingly handsome nor was he fabulously wealthy.
He was, more often than not, tongue tied around women so couldn’t claim to have a silver tongue. He had the love of the woman he’d been in love with since he was just a boy of six years.
The truly incredible fact was that she loved him the same way.