It's Wednesday! Since it's the 11th of the month, I'm sharing a snippet from page 11 of Identity Theft, a romantic suspense novella I wrote that's included in the Smoke and Mirrors box set (which isjust 99 cents for another week and a half!).
She sprinted across the street. She hated running away like that. Of course, there was no way she could avoid him indefinitely. Glennallen was just too small a town. She was still an East Coast girl at heart, really, fond of the fast pace, the crowded streets, the bright lights, the dazzling skylines. But that life was closed to her now.
She had lost track of how many times she and Raphael had daydreamed about their future. She was finishing up a few classes for her associates and wanted to pursue an undergrad degree in theater. He would set up an art studio in Boston or Cambridge. New York was always their end goal, but for now she wanted to stay near her foster parents, the closest thing she had to family after a childhood spent in and out of state custody. Raphael often told her how proud he was of her, how she had risen above all the negativity in her past to forge a better future for herself. She loved the way he talked to her, the way he encouraged her. She would have never made it to where she was if it weren’t for him.
Not that it mattered now, anyway.
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