Hadn't they talked enough?
He hadn't said anything to his father.
If Dulce hadn't chased him so hard, would he have fallen in love with her?
If you hadn't interfered...
Why hadn't she realized what wonderful parents she had while they were still alive?
Why hadn't it occurred to her that Jonathan might feel he was being replaced?
She simply hadn't looked.
If I hadn't this headache I'd have stayed longer.
I hadn't thought of it that way.
"But really, hadn't I better go away?" he asked, looking kindly at her over his spectacles.
As a matter of fact, he hadn't said that since he spent half the night with his old flame.
And hadn't she been fooled by Allen?
Then when she learned about Tessa's son, she was furious because he might inherit - even though I hadn't said anything to father.
Well, if you hadn't told me you were Russian, I should have wagered that you were Parisian!
They let you fall into the water, and you would have been drowned, if it hadn't been for me.
She hadn't helped any by turning their past problems into a monetary issue.
Sarah apparently hadn't noticed the car.
He hadn't developed a liking for her.
If his experiences and observations hadn't led him to the concepts, SMALL, LARGE, GOOD, BAD, SWEET, SOUR, he would have nothing to attach the word-tags to.
I hadn't used this expression.
In any case, Alex hadn't actually concealed his financial status.
And this man was saying we were going to the moon in a rocket ship made of metals we hadn't even invented.
Hadn't they covered this the night they showed him the picture?
Maybe she was right, and if Alex hadn't been such a perfect husband in every other way, she might have done it.
Because she hadn't known him long?
She paused for no more than a few moments, but apparently Giddon hadn't heard.
No wonder Alex hadn't said anything about it.
That would have been more convincing if you hadn't been so willing at first.
Katie had been telling him that for years, but he hadn't seen it until now.
They hadn't seen her in church for a while and they were worried about her.
Maybe she would have if she hadn't been shoving it from her mind.
She hadn't brushed or rinsed her mouth out since being sick on the plane.
If you hadn't happened to find the piglet, Eureka would surely have been executed.
I hadn't planned on it.
As if she hadn't been a burden in enough ways, now she had Mrs. Giddon upset with him.
I'd have killed him if they hadn't taken him away!
She looked away; wishing Connie hadn't brought it to her attention.
Why hadn't they tried it before?
"No, if I hadn't thought of it being a treasure," said Rostov, "but I remember putting it there."
Actually, she hadn't thought how it looked to others - and there had never been any doubt in her mind that she was fortunate to have Alex.
But then, Alex hadn't mentioned his family to her, either.
She gazed out the window as if she hadn't noticed anything unusual.
For a few minutes they held on to each other, kissing as if they hadn't seen each other in a week.
To be fair, his father hadn't made things any better by offering money to Alex and not his sister.
"If it hadn't been for his sister, I probably still wouldn't know," he mused.
And yet, if Señor Medena hadn't been so pushy, would he have accepted the inheritance?
Why hadn't she thought of his comment in that context?
Right now she wished she hadn't started this romancing thing.
She greeted them with a big smile, hugging each of them as if they were old friends she hadn't seen in a decade.
He hadn't thought about a sitter before now, or hadn't thought about how much he would pay?
If he hadn't hid it from her all this time, it wouldn't be such a shock.
If Katie hadn't disclosed that incident to her before she met Alex, would he have revealed that facet of his past?
If they hadn't been fighting, he might have been there when she started hemorrhaging.
He hadn't caused the miscarriage.
He hadn't lied about any of it.
They hadn't actually settled anything, and yet they were no longer quarreling.
If I hadn't taken Destiny...
She hadn't said anything to anyone, not even Connie.
If it hadn't been for Katie, she might not have discovered that she was right.
Maybe it angered him because she hadn't found him irresistible.
At least he hadn't lied about the house... if it was actually his, and if the mother and daughter existed.
"Hadn't I better ride over, your excellency?" asked Nesvitski.
Dating Allen hadn't been a good idea.
Only his idea of tempting her with a fine house hadn't worked.
Five years hadn't changed the wild hills of Madison County, but she had forgotten how truly remote the area was.
But then, she hadn't approved of his drinking or the way he treated Lori either.
In fact, at the party he had spent an unnecessary amount of time with the woman he almost married – and hadn't even introduced her.
And yet, if she hadn't come to this house, it would have been worse.
He hadn't discouraged the short telephone calls with Connie on his phone.
Anyway, hadn't Giddon said that he wouldn't let anything happen to her as long as she was close to him?
They hadn't traveled far down the trail before she got a peripheral view of the building.
Her directions hadn't been far off.
Was that what Sarah had found so amusing the first day - the fact that she hadn't melted under Yancey's stern gaze?
So he hadn't been in Tammy's room all this time.
She hadn't thought about his feelings or motive to help.
On the other hand, she hadn't asked Len to look into Yancey's past.
He hadn't even considered that she might not want to go.
More important, why hadn't Connie responded to her letter?
On the other hand, hadn't she put that idea into his head last night?
Why hadn't she anticipated these questions?
Unless he called her, he hadn't said anything to her.
Either he hadn't seen her or he preferred not to mention it.
Howard hadn't said anything about the meeting with Allen.
If he hadn't come along, she'd probably be dead, and yet, he had done nothing to assist after Allen left.
If Howard hadn't come along when he did, Allen might have killed you.
It was something she hadn't thought of in that way.
Howard hadn't told her.
She could have left then, and might have if curiosity hadn't gotten the best of her.
Maybe I would have if you hadn't retracted it as soon as you said it.
He hadn't been accepted as their roommate because he was pretty.
If Brandon hadn't shared his plans with the other girls, it wasn't her place to go blabbing them now.
Hadn't she resigned herself to being the ugly duckling years ago?
If she hadn't grown out of it in twenty-one years, she wasn't likely to.
He hadn't been his usual jocular self for the last three weeks, and now this spontaneous trip to see his parents - and inviting her along?
Come to think of it, he hadn't been out at all since they returned from his parent's house.
Her date with Michael had been uneventful and he hadn't asked her out since.
Why hadn't they noticed it was getting so much colder?
If she hadn't been there in his arms only minutes ago, she never would have guessed he had been so aroused.
Obviously, she hadn't been doing much thinking at all.
Hadn't she made it clear that she didn't want any distractions?
You would have, if I hadn't been traveling so fast.
So far, she hadn't found a way to broach the subject with Brandon.
It wasn't her fault they hadn't seen much of each other lately.
His plans hadn't worked out, so now he was bitter because hers did?
The issue was that Brandon hadn't included her in his plans.
They could hardly say she hadn't tried.
Hadn't she been supportive of Brandon when he made his foolish move of dropping out of college?
Hadn't she been patient while he stayed with his mother?
If they all hadn't been so close, she would have thought he didn't hear the question.
So, why hadn't he said something?
Hadn't he tried to remain aloof?
He could promise to love her forever, but hadn't her father said the same thing to Mom?
Why hadn't she thought of that?
Even if it hadn't been dark, visibility would have been less than a few feet.
If Bordeaux hadn't caught her, she would have fallen.
Hadn't she already forgotten?
Bordeaux had been leading the horse along the ravine to spare its hooves, but it had been a risk that hadn't paid off.
Until now, there hadn't been much time.
They had given up, deciding that if they hadn't found their bodies, they must still be alive and would find their way back to Ashley.
If she hadn't witnessed his exchange with the woman earlier, she would have been certain he was disappointed.
She hadn't been given that much consideration.
Maybe she could convince her father to repay the money she had put into the ranch – if he hadn't already spent it.
There was no point in telling them that riding with Bordeaux hadn't been her idea.
Three empty bedrooms were closed off to the heat, as well as a full bath that looked as though it hadn't been used in years.
He made an excellent companion, a fact that hadn't occurred to her before that moment.
Handing out compliments seemed to be out of character for him, but hadn't he always been honest and direct?
But it didn't fit the man she had come to know, and she wasn't about to believe it simply because he hadn't made a pass at her yet.
Claudette hadn't interrupted Cade making a pass.
If she hadn't flirted with him, kissing her probably wouldn't have come to mind.
But Cade hadn't raped her.
After all, if she hadn't turned her head when he kissed her on the cheek, maybe things wouldn't have turned out the same way.
Over supper they talked of the expected foal, the ranch, and everything but why they hadn't talked much for the last four days.
What could happen that hadn't already happened?
Hadn't she been entirely accommodating?
Hadn't Mary warned her?
Of course, hadn't she said that twice already?
None of this would have happened if they hadn't been alone in the house.
But then, hadn't she already done so when he tried to kiss her at the sink two weeks ago?
I'd outgrown those feelings, hadn't I?
I missed Betsy already and her plane hadn't left the ground.
I had the feeling if I hadn't, he might have chased them down himself.
We hadn't spoken in several weeks.
While Howie hadn't viewed the show, he was incensed at the man's attitude as described by Martha.
While none of us opted for involvement, Howie's insistence was the first time he hadn't acted like a tethered toddler.
I told her Howie hadn't yet arrived at the office, but she seemed to know.
While I hadn't formulated in my mind how to tackle the problem, I resolved to attack it one on one and keep animosity at bay.
I hadn't told him of our miss information ploy to Ethel Reagan.
It suddenly came to mind I hadn't told them Julie was on her way west and Molly was at our house.
I hadn't considered that having a house guest would severely limit our chances for candid conversation.
Betsy might have picked it up on her daily internet search if Howie hadn't been out of action.
Bunches of the letters hadn't even been opened yet.
How do you know she wished she hadn't sent it?
While I hadn't given Quinn and Howie enough time to accomplish much, I called them anyway.
A full hour hadn't passed so I hoped it wasn't Daniel Brennan with Molly due back any moment.
I hadn't even known he was married and now he was shinnying out on a skinny limb on my behalf.
I asked, knowing they probably hadn't tried.
"I hadn't thought about it," was her terse reply before hanging up.
I hadn't a chance to fill Betsy in on my conversation Frank Vasapolli and was anxious to do so.
I was about to call them, it was so late and you hadn't come home.
That hadn't dawned on me.
He'd either already checked or was embarrassed that he hadn't.
Perhaps it was best; hadn't Betsy and I made a similar decision to stop our activities only hours earlier?
Hadn't we decided to toss in the towel?
When I informed him we were terminating our operation, he said he'd have suggested it if we hadn't already done so.
If I hadn't been summoned to Detective Jackson's office, I would have gone there anyway.
If I hadn't taken time to apply my sleeping solution to the rag, I'd have been in the process of taking them just as that police car with its flashing lights came rolling up!
I hadn't known how Annie was abducted and chastised myself for not seeking the details.
The pastor continued as if we hadn't taken nearly a three hour break, mostly continuing his sermon.
What would have happened if she hadn't spotted you?
I said a silent prayer the young lady hadn't fallen into the hands of someone like our stalker.
While I hadn't brought a bathing suit, I could watch the honeys that were so attired.
I hadn't thought of baby Claire!
Jackson hadn't mentioned her!
she continued as if I hadn't spoken.
It was as if I hadn't had time to come to grips with that tragedy with the world wind swirling around me.
How could we live with their deaths if we hadn't done every single thing possible?
She hadn't meant to hurt him.
He hadn't changed a thing, as if expecting Papa to come home at any minute.
She tied her hair back and straightened the sweatshirt, somewhat relieved and disappointed it hadn't been Aaron at the door after all.
She rolled her eyes, irritated that her brother hadn't taken his promise to her seriously.
In all his years, he hadn't found anything as soothing to his nerves as a woman's silky skin, heady scent, and warm body.
She hadn't fought him since.
He hadn't heard from either Damian or Jule in two weeks.
He hadn't hurt her like Talon, but she had the feeling she wasn't at all welcome.
His hand grazed her as he reached around her for a set of keys she hadn't noticed on the counter.
He hadn't thought twice about Toni's message that he'd delivered the package from the stash house to his condo until he walked in and discovered the vamp he expected was a woman.
He hadn't paid much attention to any woman in many, many years, but couldn't help thinking her one of the most attractive he'd ever met.
Until that moment, he hadn't really cared why Sofi saved the life of the woman before him.
Talon's work on her arms pissed him off, but he hadn't considered the wounds were as recent as yesterday.
Jonny was safe, even if she hadn't been able to wipe away all traces of the poison in his blood.
Those guys would have killed you if he hadn't.
He hadn't thought it as harsh as it was, just like he thought nothing of killing anything in his path, but seeing the look on a normal human's face reminded him he'd been close to losing what humanity he possessed for quite a while.
He hadn't thought of his sister or his loss for some time.
She said she'd tell you that in person if you hadn't already taken her Traveler.
He hadn't trusted anyone outside of his adopted brothers-- and Sofi-- since he was ten.
He hadn't heard anyone speak so frankly to him since he was a child, and never on a topic so sensitive.
She hadn't been able to log onto Dusty's computer, because he kept it locked out.
He glared at her, unable to shake the sense that if Bianca hadn't thought smarter than him, she'd be dead.
It was his job to protect humans, and he hadn't been able to protect one woman in his own home!
He hadn't said a word most of the day, taking in Dusty's world with fascination.
She sneaked a peek at her phone, agitated that Darian hadn't been at all concerned with the situation he left her in.
She hadn't been able to get through to anyone else and wondered if there was some magic trick he'd done to reach her.
She lay back down, hoping they hadn't noticed, then rolled onto her other side.
He hadn't thought himself unhappy; he'd never thought about it at all.
He hadn't visited the Guardians' Irish station in years, mainly because Ireland had no regular vamp population.
He hadn't expected her to know how to fight.
Jule could've broken her in two and hadn't.
The sense that Jule was in the house hadn't left her.
He hadn't ever been without his healing powers.
Jule looked again towards the garage, growing concerned he hadn't heard a car or garage door motor yet.
He didn't seem to be bleeding from anywhere else, though she wasn't sure she hadn't damaged anything else by running him over.
I think I'm doing pretty damn good, considering I would've been able to kill him if you hadn't shot and run me over, he replied in irritation.
Relief filtered through her; he hadn't found Jule.
His dream, the one about the Original Vamp, hadn't returned.
He hadn't seen a Healer since before the Schism and offered his hand to Bianca.
If he hadn't chosen to become a vamp, he'd be a very useful Guardian.
He couldn't shake the sense it hadn't been a dream.
The massive vamp hadn't attacked or turned his back at the first sight of him, a sign Jule took as positive.
The vamp hadn't moved, as if he and Sofi already knew Jule would facilitate.
She hadn't expected it to form so fast or so strong.
Her father hadn't taken the time to bury these people.
He didn't have the need to kill like a normal vamp, and he hadn't landed here by accident.
She hadn't had friends since she was twelve.
Something had changed with him, too, and she sensed the subtle power that hadn't been there at the monument.
A couple of them were talking quietly, but she didn't hear them, instead unable to fathom that anyone would find her life worth protecting after her father hadn't.
She hadn't cried in years, unless it was out of pain from a particularly bad beating.
He recognized the procedure but hadn't heard of it being used since before his brother, Darian, had died thousands of years ago.
Just said he wanted it done soon because he wasn't taking any risks, even if she hadn't started transforming yet.
Damian hadn't expected his day to be so eventful.
I thought Dr. Mallard was the only doctor you hadn't fired yet.
They'd had a falling out a few hundred years before and hadn't spoken since.
He hadn't held a woman in too long, and he'd never held one for the sole purpose of comforting her.
He hadn't seen anything like her since he sat in his father's court as a child.
She didn't care if he was miserable or not—she hadn't ordered him to babysit her.
Thousands of years hadn't given him much insight into a woman's way of thinking, but this he knew without a doubt.
If Damian hadn't opened the door, she would have run back to her room.
If you hadn't found her, he wouldn't come.
While his form was large enough to be a man the size of Damian's Guardians, his voice was terrified and gravelly, as if he hadn't ever spoken to anyone.
Damian hadn't returned the night before after their last interaction.
Damian said with warmth she hadn't seen him display toward anyone else.
Dusty's words floored him, and Damian couldn't help but feel hurt that his best friend hadn't told him of his suspicions sooner.
Maybe Darian hadn't been talking about infidelity but about something else.
Her stomach was content, and she hadn't thrown up.
She hadn't felt like she belonged in this world until she'd seen what good she could do.
He hadn't yet reconciled how he felt about seeing his brother alive and in so much pain.
Her heart sang as she realized she hadn't lost him after all, her body echoing the desire on his face.
She hadn't seen her new mate, Darkyn – the Dark One – since he drank his fill of her hours before and left.
Her gums were irritated, reminding her she hadn't eaten or drunk water in a while.
She hadn't thought to put her hair up; it blocked the name of her mate on her back.
She hadn't been able to break up with a boyfriend she was sick of for fear of hurting his feelings.
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