The Mystery of Misty Corners

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"Aunt Janie is full of sass, but I want you to know that I did and do take her seriously. No one is terrorizing her. If they were, I would know and put a stop to it."

"Unless you are the one pulling the pranks<" Cara dared to point out, letting him know that she suspected him, too.

"Seems my Aunt Janie isn't the only little lady full of sass," he commented, his dark eyes seeming to look right through her. "The difference is that while I won't raise a hand to her, I wouldn't have any problem at all in putting you over my knee and spanking that sass right out of you. Step out of line while you're here, Miss Hollister, and you will quickly learn that this little town isn't the least bit modern when it comes to dealing with brats." He handed back her driver's license and said, "Turn left at the next light and you can't miss Aunt Janie's house. It's the largest one in town and painted her favorite color! He grinned again and said, "No one is terrorizing my Aunt Janie, Miss Hollister. If there were, she'd take up her cane and give them what for."

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