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MERYS

O'Day said: "I wonder what you're playing at. Are you just trying to get back on me or what?"
" Maybe I'm just trying to get back on you. You know what I think, Terry? I think the easiest thing would be for you to play it my way. After all, Ralph has always been something of a sick headache in the firm, hasn't he? Besides that, he bores me. I don't think there's anything worse than being bored by a man. Why don't you let him get his divorce? I think you'd be very much better on your own. You could start all over again. You and I could have quite an amusing time, Terry. I'm very fond of you, I think you're an attractive man."
O'Day grinned. "Me-and who else?" he asked. "I hate being in a queue, Merys. I don't like it and I'm not going to do it."
" Well, what are you going to do? If Ralph issues his petition you're either going to let the case go into the undefended list, which makes a lot of trouble for you, or you're going to defend it, which means a lot more trouble."
O'Day said: "It looks to me as if in any event there's going to be a lot of trouble."
She nodded her head prettily.
O'Day sighed. "I think it's all very interesting but slightly boring. Just as Ralph seems to bore you, 1 think you bore me, Merys. I don't like women who try to make love to me by force."
She shrugged her shoulders. "All right. Then you're still in the spot I mentioned, and you don't know what you're going to do. You're going to have a bad time working it out, Terry."

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