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He had her number and he knew it. He watched closely and savored it, as she climbed atop the mattress and sighed deeply. He knew it from the first moment he laid eyes on her. Long tan legs, curves in all the right places, and eyes that sparkled with passion. Clearly she was ready; he simply had to lead her […]Read more ›
Editor’s Note: Here’s the title and link to part 1 of Emily’s story —> ‘Happy‘ It had been six months since Emily had been found on the doorstep of Pula’s Funeral Home. True to his word Paul had set her up with a job as his make up artist. The last one had finally quit after getting pregnant because she could […]Read more ›
Emily hugged her knees to her chest a little tighter. It was going on eleven pm. Eight hours, it was her mantra. In eight hours the sun would crack through the March sky and give her some relief, some warmth and some safety. She hated the night time with a passion. Eight, eight, eight, she hummed to herself rocking a […]Read more ›
(written with the help of fans) I am working on a little girl. Her mother is hovering like a honeybee that cannot get back into the hive. “Is mom all right?” I ask the girl with a smile. Her eyes crinkle up at the sides, the only sign that she is smiling. Her mouth is stuffed with cotton and opened […]Read more ›
Kate pulled a potato out of the bin and sniffed it. It was good. She threw it on the chopping board and began slicing it with one of her huge kitchen knives. “So let me get this straight,” she said, “they put it in front of you and you didn’t know what it was?” Mark shook his head, “No, I […]Read more ›