Change of Heart by Fran Shaff

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She took a deep breath and let it out slowly. “Let’s find my quarters for the night, please, Mr. Kent. ” “Yes, ma’am. ” He inclined his head toward the buildings of the fort. Marietta looked at the layout of Fort Kearney. Five unpainted wooden houses stood next to an open square. A large number of mud and sod buildings ran from the square out along the roads into the fort. Young cottonwood trees lined the borders, the only shrubbery visible for miles. A flagstaff rose in the middle of the square.

Jase rubbed his hand over his face and focused on Zack. “I know, son, but you’ve got to be a man about this. Miss Randolf has traveled a long way to come for you. You belong with her. Believe me, Zack,” Jase said encouragingly, “you’re going to love Chicago. It’s an elegant, wonderful city. I know. ” Tears trickled from Zack’s blue eyes across his rosy cheeks. ” He wiped his nose on his blue-calico shirtsleeve. “But I’ll leave if you say I have to. ” He embraced the child. “You’re a good soldier, Zack.

It would be his lifeline to the cabin. He’d told Marietta, men got lost in blinding snowstorms and died if they weren’t careful. With Jase gone and Zack content to play with the few toys he had in his bag, Marietta took a book from her belongings and began to read. When an hour had passed, she went to the one window of the cabin and peered out. Jase was nowhere in sight, but neither was anything else. The storm was thick and blinding, and Marietta began to worry. What if Jase got lost? What if he never came back?

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