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Do what you can. ” He handed the phone to Winnie. ” Keely was smiling. Her boss was a great negotiator. Now, at least Bailey had a chance, no thanks to the heartless woman who’d have sacrificed his life for a concert ticket. The operation took two hours. Keely stood gowned beside the vet, administering anesthetic to the dog and checking his vital signs constantly. There was only a small amount of dead tissue, luckily, and she watched Bentley’s skillful hands cut it away efficiently. ” he asked her.

I remember. ” Keely studied the pommel as the leather squeaked under the steady motion of the horse’s body. ” “You don’t encourage men,” Winnie pointed out. Keely smiled sadly. ” she asked. “Any man who asked me would have been second best. ” Winnie had always been curious about Keely’s odd private life. She wondered what had happened to the other woman to leave her so alone. “It’s just a dance,” she pointed out. ” Keely burst out laughing. ” she choked. “Just pointing out an obvious fact,” came the amused reply.

I won’t leave Bailey until I’m sure he’s out from under the anesthesia,” she said, and she didn’t look at Boone. ” “I don’t pay you enough for all this overtime,” he pointed out. She shrugged. ” She grinned. He sighed. “Okay. ” He made a face at her. But his expression was staid and impassive as he nodded to the Sinclairs on his way out. Boone was glaring at Keely. She averted her eyes and went back to Bailey’s cage to check on him. “We should go,” Winnie told her brother. ” Keely nodded. She didn’t look at them.

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