This free ebook is part 2 of the Jordan-McKeon Trilogy.
Ben and Mikie are very happy, and they have their family and businesses to keep them grounded. Mikie's ex-boyfriend, who is obsessed with her, is a thorn in her side and casts a dark shadow on their relationship. As a consequence, this puts Ben's life in danger and a lot of trauma and heartache is heading their way. obooko.
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He was in a reflective mood as he packed the small suitcase. After the death of his friend and business partner Jack Stanmore, Ben had travelled to northern England to find Jack's ex-wife Michaela McKeon. He had been ecstatic when Mikie had returned the feelings he had had for her for years. When they married, he had thought that his life was complete. He had taken Mikie's children Alesha, Brett, Tamara and Gregory as his own, but was also happy when Mikie also gave him two babies, Jessica and Thomas. When Greg fell ill and he was tested as a suitable bone marrow donor, the results proved that Tara and Greg were his children, the result of a night he spent with Mikie while she was still married to Jack. They were both devastated when Greg died. There was a point when he thought he would lose Mikie, when she was diagnosed with cancer, but she had fought through it and was now in remission. He was idyllically happy, although a little worried about taking the trip. Was he really doing the right thing in leaving her so soon? Was he certain that no-one else could handle this, somewhat, trivial matter? No. He was the only person for the job. 'It's okay to go, Ben.' she had said. 'You need to sort this out.' He was more worried that she would be left with the children, the older ones had made lives of their own. Ali had made her own home, Brett shared his time between two countries and Tara was away in England at university. Which left the two youngest children, Jess and Tom. Ben was proud of his family and would tell anyone who cared to listen. Jess was now nine years old and spent most of her time playing music on various instruments. She was the image of her mother and had the same temperament. bright child who was two grades above other children of the same age, he loved helping Mikie and Ben with their work. Tom could type faster than even Mikie and would often allow her to dictate letters to him while he tapped the keys of the typewriter. He also loved fixing things and would take various pieces of machinery apart and reassemble them.