She shook her head, “No and I found that strange at the time. I was the only patient there and they all got to stay with me—DJ, Mike, Elaine and Tom—in rooms down the hall from me. When I think about it, it looked more like a large warehouse with partitions separating the rooms. Elaine said they hired the best and wanted all their attention focused on me,” she shrugged, “I didn’t think much of it. I was just grateful they cared that much. Why?”
He shook his head, “No reason. That must have been expensive.”
She snorted, “Apparently my soon to be ex-husband is very well off. I’m going to have to find a job when all is said and done.”
“Don’t worry about that. I’ll support us.”
Tasha couldn’t help but admire Damien more. If she’d only left Tom for him when she found out she was pregnant, their lives would have been very different, happier. She sure as hell wouldn’t have gotten into the accident that robbed her of her precious memories.