Triangle of Lies, Deceit, and Devastation Sondra Kelly
James and Shannon Johnson are a newlywed Christian couple who begin to face some stumbling blocks in their relationship. In spite of her love for her husband, Shannon finds herself in the seductive company of a charming, tall, dark, handsome Jimmy. Jimmy has a dark side.
"It feels like I have been on vacation for more than two weeks," Shannon thinks as she returns to work. Ring, ring, ring. "Hello, Shannon Johnson's office," she says as she answers the phone. "Hey baby, this is Jimmy. How are you feeling this Monday morning?" "I am ok, however; I am busy right now. I cannot really talk right now." "All right, I will call you back later." "Ok, bye," Shannon replies franticly hanging up the phone. "Man, I wish I did not give him my job number," Shannon thinks as she takes Jimmy's phone number from her purse, and throws it in the trash. "I cannot ever see Jimmy again. I have to stay away from him. I do not ever want to fall into adultery again," Shannon thinks as she prepares to go to lunch.
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