She shouldn't have walked out on Nick like that, but she'd been so…aggravated. She'd wanted him to promise not to ever risk his life like that again, and all he could say was he'd try to dodge the knife the next time.
"It's a man thing, Jean. In his own way, Nick is telling you he cares about you." Nancy tried to smother a smile, but Jean saw it.
"You think I'm overreacting."
Nancy nodded. "Yeah, maybe a bit."
"You're right. I am." Jean dropped onto the chair next to Nancy. "I don't know what's wrong with me. I've never felt so scattered. It's like every time I think I have my feet under me, something knocks me sideways."
"It's called love, goofball. It does that to you." Nancy laughed and gave Jean a hug. "Welcome to the club."
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