Jan
14
2015

Deadline Dishes — Beef and Barley Soup

Blogbanner_HTI don’t know about you, but when the weather turns cold, there’s just nothing I appreciate more than coming home from after school activities to find a house filled with the scent of a delicious meal cooking! This is one of our favorites! Everyone who tries it, loves it! It’s simple, quick, delicious and filling. And best of all, it goes in the crockpot so your meal-time prep is minimal!

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  • Ingredients:
  • 2 Cans Beef Consume Soup
  • 1 Can French Onion Soup
  • 1-2 Cans worth of Water
  • 1/4 tsp minced Garlic (I use the kind pre-minced in the jar)
  • 1 Tbsp Italian Seasoning
  • Pepper to taste
  • 1 Bayleaf
  • 8 Tbsp Barley (uncooked)
  • 1 Pound Ground Beef
  • 1/4 Cup Ketchup (Could also use diced tomatoes, paste, sauce, whatever you have on hand)
  • 1 Cup Carrots chopped (as much as you want)
  • 1 Cup Celery chopped (as much as you want)

 

  • Directions:
  • 1. Cook ground beef in a skillet and drain off excess fat.
  • 2. Add all ingredients to crockpot in any order. Stir.
  • 3. Cook on low for approximately 5 hours or until barely is cooked.
  • 4. Serve with warm rolls and butter.

 

This meal is so easy, ANYONE can make it! Even Kali, the heroine of my new book PINCH OF ME, DASH OF YOU! If you haven’t checked it out yet, please do. It’s so delicious and satisfying… Get it? LOL. I’m cheesy, I know… Did it again. Oops!

Pinch-of-Me,-Dash-of-You432x648Kali can’t cook to save her life, but she can write. As a foodie reviewer for both a huge national paper and a successful blog, she’s well on her way to achieving her dreams. When she’s offered a cookbook deal, she thinks she’s finally made it…until her latest review comes out a little harsher than expected and the restaurateur threatens to expose all her secrets.
Mac’s whole life is spent in the kitchen, running a New York City restaurant and a culinary school for underprivileged youth. When donations stop pouring in for Mac’s culinary school after a scathing review of his restaurant, he fears he may have to shut the doors if he can’t find a way to turn things around. Then he meets Kali, the reviewer who admits she has no culinary skills. Now he’s made her an offer she can’t refuse—he’ll teach her to cook over the summer and help her with recipes for the cookbook if she’ll agree to write an insider piece highlighting the strengths of his culinary school.
But when things start heating up in Mac’s kitchen, keeping her hands on the food and off of Mac is proving harder than Kali expected.

Grab your copy for only $2.99 today! Cheaper than that fancy coffee you’re going to buy this weekend or on your break and way less calories too! Win, win!!

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Jan
06
2015

Book Birthday Giveaway!

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What would a book birthday be without presents?? Not for me, of course, but for YOU!! In celebration of the release of Pinch of Me, Dash of You, I’m giving away a $10 Amazon gift card to one lucky winner!! Simply enter my rafflecopter giveaway below for your chance to win!

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Jan
06
2015

Book Birthday!!

Pinch-of-Me,-Dash-of-You432x648PINCH OF ME, DASH OF YOU is finally here!!! Did you already grab your copy? If not, you can at the links below!!

Kali can’t cook to save her life, but she can write. As a foodie reviewer for both a huge national paper and a successful blog, she’s well on her way to achieving her dreams. When she’s offered a cookbook deal, she thinks she’s finally made it…until her latest review comes out a little harsher than expected and the restaurateur threatens to expose all her secrets.

Mac’s whole life is spent in the kitchen, running a New York City restaurant and a culinary school for underprivileged youth. When donations stop pouring in for Mac’s culinary school after a scathing review of his restaurant, he fears he may have to shut the doors if he can’t find a way to turn things around. Then he meets Kali, the reviewer who admits she has no culinary skills. Now he’s made her an offer she can’t refuse—he’ll teach her to cook over the summer and help her with recipes for the cookbook if she’ll agree to write an insider piece highlighting the strengths of his culinary school.

But when things start heating up in Mac’s kitchen, keeping her hands on the food and off of Mac is proving harder than Kali expected.

Amazon: http://amzn.to/1vUpc9F
Barnes & Noble: http://bit.ly/1xtTKlO
ARe: http://bit.ly/1tBh0cA
Kobo: http://bit.ly/S9GUHs
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Google Play: http://bit.ly/1vvAzFX

First reviews are already coming in and here’s what they’re saying:

Reader Girls Blog says: “All in all, Pinch of Me, A Dash of You is certainly a delightful read! I LOVED the ending and the romantic in me was beaming as I finished with a huge smile on my face and a curl in my toes.” http://ow.ly/GRUDP

Hannah’s Words Blog says: “Heather Thurmeier kicked off the the new line with a fabulous book. I thoroughly enjoyed this funny Food Romance. The book is a light and fun paced story of a foodie reviewer who can’t cook and a chef who also runs a cooking school for low income students. Together they make a great story, one I could see turned into a movie.” http://ow.ly/GRWbG

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Dec
31
2014

Pinch, Dash Excerpt!

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I can’t believe it’s less than a week until PINCH OF ME, DASH OF YOU releases!!! If you just can’t wait until Jan 6th to get your copy, no worries. You can PRE-ORDER YOU COPY TODAY! Convenient, right?

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Google Play: http://bit.ly/1vvAzFX

How about an excerpt to wet your appetite?

 

“I have a meeting in less than an hour. I’m going to have to go buy a new shirt. Or cancel my meeting or something. I can’t go looking like this,” she said, pointing at the stain and in turn, her breast.

His gaze drifted to the stain as well but could only focus on the swell of her breast beneath the material. It looked like the perfect handful.

She lifted the material away from her skin as if that might help the stain not spread. “I’m going to put water on this and see if I can get it to come out.”

“Bring it to me and I’ll get the stain out. I have a few tricks from my years in the kitchen.” He’d learned a few things about stains after so long wearing white chef’s jackets. He might not be able to get the stain out completely, but he’d do a better job of it than water alone would.

“I’m to wear what exactly while you clean my blouse? My bra?” Her tone challenged him, mocked him as if he’d suggested something scandalous. Maybe he had. He couldn’t quite gauge her response to the possibility. “I didn’t bring extra clothes. So…” Her voice trailed off.

He’d love to tell her to forgo the clothes while he worked on the stain, but that probably wouldn’t go over well. He had an alternative.

He grinned. “I won’t stop you from parading around in your bra if that makes you most comfortable. Or,” he continued as he pulled open a large drawer near the pantry, “I have an extra chef jacket you can wear while I work on your stain. If you hurry, I’m sure I can have it at least mostly clean by the time you have to leave.”

Her cheeks turned rosy as she accepted the jacket and disappeared into the bathroom.

While he waited, he grabbed the few kitchen essentials he’d need to work on her stain. Mixing baking soda and salt together with a little water, he made a paste. Just as he reached for the lemon, she walked into the kitchen.

Still in her heels, she reappeared wearing only the chef’s jacket he’d given her. The top few buttons were undone, the material opened to create an enticing view. She no longer appeared to be wearing her skirt either. The jacket was barely long enough to cover her rear, the hem brushing the tops of her thighs. Another inch shorter and he’d be able to see if she preferred panties or a thong.

The thought made it hard to concentrate on removing the stain. It made other things hard too. His pants suddenly much more binding than they had been a few minutes ago.

“I found a little spot on my skirt as well.” She sounded nervous as she handed him her clothes.

Her things were soft and still warm from her body heat. The combination did nothing to help him focus on the task at hand. Reluctantly, he pulled his gaze from the great expanse of bare skin gracing his kitchen and turned his attention to the stains.

“I’ll tidy up while you work on that.” She grabbed a cloth from the sink beside him and moved off to wipe down the counters.

He ran cold water through the stain then applied the baking powder paste he’d made, scrubbing in gentle circles. Glancing up, he spotted her reaching across the counter to scrub a splash of sauce off the wall near the stove. The back of her chef’s jacket rode her thighs, providing him with a glimpse of bare rounded cheeks.

Thong. Be strong. Look away.

As if she could sense his eyes on her body, she peeked over her shoulder, then bolted upright, pulling the hem down in the back. “This jacket is a bit too short.”

“Looks about right from where I’m standing.” His voice strained against the desire building in him. He focused on his task at hand again, but not before seeing a hint of a smile on her lips as she turned back around.

That wasn’t a “back off” kind of look. It was almost an “I’m intrigued” kind of look…interesting. 

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Dec
29
2014

Deadline Dishes with Lisbet Sarai — Grilled Snapper a la Mexicana

I have a new author sharing a recipe today! I hope you’ll all give Lisbet a warm welcome and check out her yummy food!

I became addicted to words at an early age. I began reading when I was four. I wrote my first story at five years old and my first poem at seven. Since then, I have written plays, tutorials, scholarly articles, marketing brochures, software specifications, self-help books, press releases, a five-hundred page dissertation, and lots of erotica and erotic romance – more than fifty single author titles including eight full length novels, plus dozens of short stories in various collections.

I have more degrees than anyone would ever need, from prestigious educational institutions who would no doubt be deeply embarrassed by my chosen genre.  Aside from writing, travel is one of my most fervent passions.  I’ve visited every continent except Australia, though I still have a long bucket list of places I haven’t been. Currently I live in Southeast Asia with my indulgent husband and two exceptional felines, where I pursues an alternative career that is completely unrelated to my creative writing.

For more information about me and my writing, visit my website (http://www.lisabetsarai.com) or my blog Beyond Romance (http://lisabetsarai.blogspot.com). Join my Yahoo mailing list here: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/lisabets_list. I also hang out at Goodreads, (http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/83387.Lisabet_Sarai) because I love the idea of a social network focusing on the love of reading. I’m not on Facebook, because I don’t trust it.

 I think we all hear you on the social media! And now, the food!!

Here’s a quick, healthy dinner dish with plenty of flavor.  My husband says it doesn’t really  taste Mexican,  but hey, it’s my recipe, I can call it whatever I want.

Grilled Snapper a la Mexicana

Serves 2 adults.

  •  Ingredients
  • Two white snapper fillets, about half a pound total
  • 1/2 cup chopped fresh tomatoes or sliced cherry tomatoes
  • 1/2 cup chopped red onion
  • 1 Tbsp. minced garlic
  • 1 Tbsp. olive oil
  • 2 Tbsp. lemon or lime juice (fresh squeezed if possible)
  • 1/4 tsp. ground cumin
  • 1/4 tsp. oregano
  • 1 Tbsp. chopped cilantro leaves
  • Salt and fresh ground pepper to taste
  1.  Method
  2. Wash the fish fillets. Salt lightly. Place in a shallow heat-resistant pan.
  3. Combine the olive oil, lemon or lime juice and spices including pepper. Mix well.
  4. Mix the tomatoes, onion and garlic. Scatter over the top of the fish.
  5. Pour the olive oil mixture over the fillets.
  6. Grill under broiler or in a toaster oven for 20 minutes or until cooked.

Serve with rice, tortillas and a tossed salad. To add to the Mexican theme, add half a cup chopped avocado and half a cup black olives to the salad.

Want a copy of my free e-cookbook, Recipes from an International Kitchen? Just send me email at lisabet [at] lisabetsarai [dot] com and ask!

 

About my cooking-themed novel, The Ingredients of Bliss

One sexy French chef. One kinky American TV producer. One ambitious Chinese gal who thinks she wants them both. The ingredients of bliss? Or a recipe for disaster?

Accomplished cook Mei Lee ‘Emily’ Wong knows exactly what she wants—her own show on the Tastes of France food channel. But life is full of complications. First, her deceptively nerdy producer, Harry Sanborne, initiates Emily into the delights of submission. Then her boss, legendary chef Etienne Duvalier, begs her to dominate him. Emily just can’t resist—especially when Harry orders her to explore her inner mistress. Suave and sexy Etienne will do whatever she asks—in the bedroom if not in the kitchen. And Harry, her lovingly diabolical Dom, adores pushing Emily’s limits.

When the network sends the trio to France to shoot a series of cooking shows on location, Emily knows her career is on the upswing. Her plans fall apart in Marseille as a Hong Kong drug syndicate kidnaps both Etienne and Harry. The Iron Hammer Triad mistakes Etienne for notorious gangster Jean Le Requin, who has stolen their drug shipment, worth millions. Emily realizes she must find the real Le Requin, retrieve the purloined dope, and bargain it for Harry’s and Etienne’s lives. The secret she’s been keeping from Harry might prove useful. Still, what chance does one woman whose knife skills are limited to chopping vegetables, have against the ruthless cruelty of two criminal organizations?

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Dec
11
2014

Have you got your JAMS on?

I’ll preface this post by declaring I AM NOT A NAIL PERSON! I’m not one of those girls who goes to the salon on a regular basis and gets my nails done. I’ve done it a couple of times in the past, but I don’t care for it. I hate sitting around waiting for my turn, I never know what color to pick, never have long enough nails to bother with a french manicure, and after spending $$ to get my nails painted, they smear or chip before I even get to the car. It’s super annoying!

So I don’t do my nails. Or at least, I didn’t…

Ever heard of Jamberry Nails?

Until very recently, I hadn’t. Then a friend of mine threw a party. You know the kind—for makeup, or tupperwear, or jewelry, or s3xy toys. Nope. I’m not kidding about that last one! They exist…

But this party was for nails. Jamberry Nail Wraps to be specific. I’d never heard of them, but they sounded interesting so I figured I’d give them a little look—no commitment or promises on my part. They were nail stuff, after all. And then I lost an hour on the website checking out all the cool designs! I was sold. Or hooked, or addicted. Whatever you want to call it, I needed some Jams, STAT!

How can you not LOVE these designs?!

 

Mix ‘em and Match ‘em! Jams look great in all kinds of combos!

Jams are basically stickers you warm up and press onto your nails, then you give them a quick trim and file and they are done. FOR 2 WEEKS!!!  For 2 glorious weeks (4 weeks on toes) you don’t have to worry about chipping, smearing, wear and tear… nothing! Just put on your Jams and enjoy pretty, no-maintenance nails. Nope. Not kidding!

So why bother with Jamberry Nails? As a person who is not into nails, I can tell you, these made me a nail person.

  • Chip-free!
  • Smudge-free!
  • Non-toxic!
  • Safe for kids too!
  • Easy, fast application.
  • Lasts 2 weeks on fingers, 4-6 on toes. (No more chipped ugly nails halfway through my beach vacation!)
  • Easy to remove without chemical remover! Simple olive oil or lemon juice will do the trick!
  • Each $15 sheet of nail wraps does 2 manis, 2 pedis plus extra accent nails! Come on. How much would that cost at the salon?

Ready to give Jams a try? You’re in luck!! This Sunday Dec 14 thru Thursday Dec 18th I’m hosting a Jamberry Party on Facebook! You can stop by for more info, pics of the product, games, fun, and maybe even a giveaway! And you can do it all from the comfort of your couch in your PaJAMmies! Get it? I know… Or if you don’t want to stop by the party, you can go directly to the website to check out all the great designs and place an order. Even better, once your order is placed, it’s processed—no waiting around for the party end!

Check out my Facebook Party Here:  PaJAMa Party Time!!

Or go directly to my consultant Gina’s Jamberry website to place your order here:  Party Website!

**Make sure you Choose “Jammies and Jamberry with Heather!” upon checkout!

And I hope you’ll send me pics of your pretty Jamicures once you buy and try these out!

 

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Oct
27
2014

Get Wicked With Entangled Blog Hop!

Trick or Treating is the best thing about Halloween. I loved it as a kid and I still love it as an adult. Taking my kids around the neighborhood is something I look forward to each year. Of course, if you think about it too much, there’s something so weird about allowing our kids to go to strangers’ houses and ask for candy. LOL. But I love walking around, seeing friends, chatting with neighbors and seeing all the lights and decorations lit up at night!

And since you’ve come and stopped by my blog, here’s your treat! Enter the rafflecopter below for your chance to win a $10 gift card from either Amazon or Nook!!

And while you’re here, check out this little teaser treat from my newest Entangled release which is part of the Lovestruck line!

“Don’t look at me like that.” He leaned his head back and looked up at the ceiling, sighing loudly.

“Like what?” she asked, genuinely confused. He was full of demands tonight. He could be pretty demanding in bed, too. Lava pooled deep inside her at the thought. Her head spun again, but not from the alcohol this time.

“Like you’re thinking about us together.” His voice was edged with tension.

She laughed, heat rushing to her cheeks. She hadn’t meant to look at him like that, but his accusation was correct. “We are together…in this elevator.”

“That’s not what I meant, and you know it,” he said. He met her gaze. She saw fire in his eyes. But not from anger or annoyance. Fire from passion she hadn’t seen in a year. Fire that had always preceded their best nights together.

Uh-oh.

She bit her lower lip.

“Bite your lip like that again, and I’ll bite it for you.” He crossed the short distance between them, his gaze never leaving hers. He didn’t touch her, but his eyes made her feel as if his hands were on her in a thousand spots at once.

Seeing that passion in him again sparked something deep and primal inside of her. It didn’t matter that they didn’t want the same things in the future when he looked at her with that expression. It didn’t matter that their fake relationship came with an expiration date. The only thing that mattered right now was the way Cole made her feel— alive.

She hadn’t realized she’d been missing something since they’d broken up. But right here, right now, with Cole, she felt it again. She felt whole. And she wanted to hold on to that feeling for as long as she could, regardless of the price she’d have to pay later.

Tonight, she didn’t want to think about her future, or lack of future, with Cole. Tonight she only wanted to feel his arms around her, his lips on her body, his tongue tasting her.

She licked her lips, then pulled her bottom lip between her teeth and bit down gently, never taking her eyes off him. He leaned toward her, bracing one hand against the elevator wall.

“Now’s not a good time to push the limits with me.” He nudged her chin up with his free hand. “We made a deal. You made me promise. And now you’re deliberately teasing me. That’s not very nice.” His lips hovered above hers but stopped short of kissing her.

 

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Oct
20
2014

Attention BOOK Reviewers!

Attention all book reviewers, PINCH OF ME, DASH OF YOU is now available for review! PINCH/DASH is a foodie romance novella with a delectable heroine and an absolutely delicious hero. Check out the blurb below and then click on THIS LINK to fill out the review form for my publisher! It’s super easy.

Kali can’t cook to save her life, but she can write. As a foodie reviewer for both a huge national paper and a successful blog, she’s well on her way to achieving her dreams. When she’s offered a cookbook deal, she thinks she’s finally made it…until her latest review comes out a little harsher than expected and the restaurateur threatens to expose all her secrets. 
Mac’s whole life is spent in the kitchen, running a New York City restaurant and a culinary school for underprivileged youth. When donations stop pouring in for Mac’s culinary school after a scathing review of his restaurant, he fears he may have to shut the doors if he can’t find a way to turn things around. Then he meets Kali, the reviewer who admits she has no culinary skills. Now he’s made her an offer she can’t refuse—he’ll teach her to cook over the summer and help her with recipes for the cookbook if she’ll agree to write an insider piece highlighting the strengths of his culinary school. 
But when things start heating up in Mac’s kitchen, keeping her hands on the food and off of Mac is proving harder than Kali expected.

And if you’re not a reviewer but can’t wait to see what kind of heat cooks up between Kali and Mac in the kitchen, you can pre-order your copy today and it will auto-download to your ereader on release day! Woot. How cool is that?!

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Oct
14
2014

Spooktacular Hop Giveaway!!

It’s been a long time since I’ve been a part of a blog hop! And this one is huge! I hope you’ll all hop around to some or all of the other blogs on the tour. Don’t miss out on any great prizes! You can find the full list by clicking here:  LIST!!!

Every year the kids get a little older and Halloween becomes a little more fun! I love seeing how their personalities change over the years and how it reflects on the costumes they choose. Gone are the days of princesses. Now we’re into animals. Although, we keep trying to convince them to go as zombies. No takers yet. But could you imagine a little zombie running around the neighborhood?! Once in a while my husband and I dress up too. Though it’s usually him and not so much me. Maybe this year I’ll outdo them all make myself a zombie bride. That would be awesome!

Speaking of brides… Check out my newest release THE WEDDING HOAX!! And it’s only $2.99!

To save their companies, they’ll plan the fake wedding of the century… Meet the bride…

Daisy Willows is a wedding dress designer who longs for her own happily-ever-after. In the meantime, she’s struggling to keep her business going even as she covers her mom’s increasing medical expenses. So when a bridal show expo owner offers to help her out, she can hardly say no. And all it takes is Daisy pretending she’s back with her playboy ex. And that they’re engaged…

Meet the groom…

Cole Benton works for his father’s bridal magazine, which is on the verge of downsizing. All he really wants is a crack at an outdoor lifestyle magazine, and if he has to fake-marry Daisy to make it happen, he’s definitely in. Now Daisy and Cole are playing up their fake engagement, shopping for rings, and even kissing upon request. All of which is makes it a whole lot harder to remember that their big white wedding is a big white lie…

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Oct
02
2014

The Wedding Hoax — Teaser!!

 

How about a little teaser from The Wedding Hoax? And if you like what you read, don’t wait to grab your copy while it’s only .99 cents! Next week the price goes back up to 2.99!

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Now, to set the stage, Cole and Daisy are shopping for wedding gown possibilities. Let’s just say there’s a reason men do not normally go dress shopping!

 

 

Cole adjusted himself in the boutique chair as Daisy came out in yet another stunning dress. He didn’t think it was possible to be attracted to a woman in a wedding gown, but apparently it was.

And it was maddening.

Damn it. He didn’t want to be any more attracted to Daisy than he already was. At this point, he wanted her to walk down the aisle in a white garbage bag so he didn’t have to see the shape of her curves, teasing him about what he couldn’t have but also couldn’t stop thinking about.

Nor could he stop imagining those undergarments she’d mentioned to the women at the bridal show. Was Daisy wearing something sexy under all that white lace and satin, too? A push-up bra? A thong?

He sat forward and leaned his elbows on his knees, ignoring the ache in his groin at the thought of Daisy in a thong. He didn’t even have to use his imagination. An image of her lying on her stomach across his bed came to mind. Her skin had been smooth under his fingertips as he traced the lace of her thong to where it disappeared between two luscious hills of milky-white flesh. She’d shivered beneath his touch when he’d caressed the tiny crease where her bottom met the backs of her thighs. And when he’d playfully smacked her ass, the apples of her cheeks weren’t the only spot on her body to blush as she’d rolled away from him, giggling and smiling seductively.

If he’d realized that would be one of his last moments with Daisy, he would have savored it more, prolonged his own enjoyment to push hers further. What he wouldn’t give to see that spark in her eyes when she was on the cusp of going over the edge again. Or the pink tinge in her cheeks as his tongue tasted her.

“Cole!” Daisy’s voice was sharp, piercing his thoughts and shattering the nice memory he was currently enjoying more than the present moment.

“That one is nice,” Cole said on instinct, forcing himself to focus on the dress she wore instead of what she might be wearing underneath it. This dress was similar to the others— sleeveless, white, satin and beads, and expertly hand-stitched. He’d never really given Daisy a lot of credit for her work before, but he should have. She was a master of her craft.

She put her hands on her hips. “That’s what you said about every dress so far. Are you even paying attention?”

No.

“I’m trying to, but you know how I feel about shopping.” He laid his head back and rubbed his eyes hard, hoping to erase the memory of Daisy’s thong from his brain long enough to get through this torture without a raging hard-on.

“How could I forget? You’re worse than taking a child shopping. At least with a kid you can give them a snack or a toy to keep them busy.”

“I could go for a snack.” He shrugged.

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