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Sasha’s Morning

Ripples of contentment quiver through Sasha's body. She stretches in her bed, feels the tingle in her toes right up to the top of her head. Life is good. She leaps out from under the covers and walks into the kitchen. Gerry's already there, preparing breakfast for the two of them. 'Morning,' he says, pecking… Continue reading Sasha’s Morning

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Merida and Paulette

Merida gazed at the man across the desk. His light-brown hair flopped over his forehead, draped over his crystal-blue eyes. His business shirt was Ralph Lauren, a firm fit, tucked into his suit pants. She'd glimpsed his shoes as he directed her into the office: clean, shiny, black. 'You can always tell a good man… Continue reading Merida and Paulette