Excerpt from A Fairy Godmother's Redemption:
The sun woke him up the next morning. Oh… it’s too early. His brain abandoned its sleepy state when he remembered his mother was kicking them out today. He rolled out of bed, wearing yesterday’s wrinkled clothes.
His heart jumped in his chest. He heard the clang of pots and pans coming from the kitchen. Is Mom making breakfast? Maybe she changed her mind? He hopped down the stairs, taking two at a time. A surprising scene greeted him with Madison and Mackenzie making breakfast in the kitchen. There was no sign of his mother. He tried to hide his disappointment.
“We made breakfast.” Madison smiled, pride evident in her eyes. “We aren’t allowed to use the stove.
Mackenzie looked around the room, avoiding eye contact with Drew. “I hope you like cereal.”
“You used a lot of dishes—” He waved his hand around the messy kitchen. “—to make cereal.”
Madison's eyes filled with tears.
Damn. He hated the waterworks. “That's fine. I love cereal.”
Mackenzie grinned. “We made it special.”
Special? He took a bite of cereal, tasting a mix of at least three different kinds. “Mmm.”
Madison beamed while Mackenzie watched him suspiciously.