Happy Easter!!!! I hope you have a wonderful day that’s full of laughter and springtime, wherever you may be!
I’m continuing to post from my short story, Pig in a Poke. The complete story can be found in The picks up where last week’sended. I’m only posting six sentences since that’s all that remain in the first chapter, and the 2nd chapter is told from my heroine’s POV.
Take some time and check the main Weekend Writing Warriorsign up list. There’s several writers participating this week.
Simon succumbed to the impulse to lean closer to the window and strained his ears, hoping to catch a bit of the conversation, enough to let him get the gist of the conversation but his efforts went unrewarded. He sighed and reached for his coat. The truth of the matter was that whatever drama was unfolding on the street wasn’t any of his business and his older brother’s request meant Simon already had quite enough to worry about without taking on a stranger’s problems.
Simon glanced out the window one last time, and took a moment to study the young woman’s face. She really was quite pretty and clearly upset about something that had been said to her, it would be irresponsible for a gentleman to simply ignore her and Simon had always considered himself a gentleman.