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By Catherine Coulter

Timing is every thing. . . version Georgina Hathaway is greater than only a appealing face in undefined. The twenty-three-year-old's profession has introduced her independence and a adulthood that belies her adolescence. she will be able to have the funds for the finer issues in lifestyles, yet there is something else she wishes: Dr. Elliot Mallory. Dr. Elliot Mallory is older, more matured and complex than Georgina. even if he does not are looking to have emotions for her, he is forever intrigued by way of her vivid brain, humor and grace. Sill, with adulthood comes wisdom--or so Elliot believes--and a long term courting with Georgina will be something yet clever. in the end, she is younger and simply starting her profession, and if she ties herself to him now, she'll be cheated out of all that the longer term can carry. How can he deny Georgina that? yet through letting her cross, will he lose the simplest factor that has ever occurred to him?

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You like them? " She smiled. "Well, Randy told me how important you are. " Elliot looked out over the pool for a moment. " "I'm not a student, and please call me George. " "How did you ever get tangled up with a name like that? " "Oh no. " "They just refined my jockdom. " "Alas, you're right. " "We'll see about that.. George. " She smiled at him, but didn't immediately answer him. She pulled off her swim cap. Tendrils of wet hair fell about her face from the thick knot of honey-colored hair on top of her head.

She kicked it with her sneakered toe and rounded toward second. She saw the center fielder scoop up the softball and sling it clumsily toward the second baseman. Doctors, she thought, panting slightly as she headed for third, do not even make for decent competition. She held up on third, and waved the victory sign toward her teammates on the sidelines. "I've never seen a girl hit a softball like that," Dr. Elliot Mallory observed lazily to Dr. David Thornton. " David asked, gulping down another swallow of his cold beer.

See you Thursday," he called after her. He watched her walk over to where Tim was standing, that young man looking anything but bored as he watched her approach. Elliot slipped back into the pool to continue his laps. During the next two days, he found himself wondering if she would show up on Thursday. He had responded to her unabashed flirting in kind. At least he thought she'd been flirting with him. She certainly said anything she wanted to. She was very young, he thought. If and when he did see her again, he would take great pains not to scare her off.

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