He'd Do It Again
By: Gabriella Balcom

"What's it like outside?" Miles asked.

"Black like my true love's heart," his wife Sonia kidded, winking at him.

He grinned but wondered if she suspected. If she found out, he hoped she'd love him anyway. After all, he'd done it for her.

Reaching for his hand, she placed it over her heart, tenderly kissing him. "It beats for you alone. And because of you."

That laid Miles' doubts to rest. He'd killed a man to get her that organ but had no regrets. Sonia would've died without it. Given the chance, he'd do the same thing again.

The End


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