Boot Scootin' Booty Call

Boot Scootin' Booty Call by Lila Munro

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Authors: Lila Munro
Boot Scootin’ Booty Call
    by Lila Munro

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    Kayla Daniels slammed the front door behind her, leaned back against it in a ruffled heap and let go of an enormous sigh. She thought Friday night would never roll around. With her four children safe and secure at their grandparents’ house for the evening, she was free. And God knew a free night out couldn’t have come at a better time. Kayla was bone weary from working, taking care of a house full of youngsters and studying on the side to become a registered nurse. Right now, however, she was the one in need of urgent care. And she knew just where to find the treatment for her ailment.
    Tossing her purse in the nearest chair in the family room, she went to the kitchen and pulled a cold bottle of Michelob out of the refrigerator. The frosty brew sent up a whispered hiss when she popped the top off and it skipped along the counter top where it landed near the coffee pot. After taking a healthy swallow, Kayla made her way down the hallway littered with toys, backpacks, and a few stray socks. She smiled and reminded herself that someday she would have that merry maid she’d always dreamed of.
    “Oh, and by the way, Fairy Godmother,” Kayla said, looking up as if one would fall

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