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That is until "Isabella" entered the scene—or, more accurately, until Julia tried to enter the life of Andrew "Isabella"."The first time Andrew made dinner," Julia says, "the pieces of the puzzle started fitting together quickly.
He spent more time having a conversation with the dog than with me." Julia noticed that the Andrew and "Isabella" were more of a couple that evening than she and Andrew.