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The Deadly Hunt

Travis looked at the cute, round-as-buttons eyes peering at him through the woods, and smiled. He had spent half his life searching for the Ringa-Tinga-Ling, the mythical oldest animal species in the world. Today, he and his cameraman had finally … Continue reading

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Unfaithfully Yours

Running away together had not been an easy decision, but they didn’t have a choice. His wife had started suspecting them, and their life could be destroyed any day now. But right now, he was waiting for her, alone, with … Continue reading

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A Daughter’s Love

All I remember is my name- Fannie Hooe. And that I’m looking for my Daddy. Mommy told me that he was a soldier at Fort Wilkins, and I would recognize him if I ever met him. I’ve met so many … Continue reading

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Resilience

Charli fell on her knees with her head held in her hands and let out a loud, piercing wail. The fence was broken, and so were all her dreams, hopes, and aspirations. All the horses bolted….not a single one left. … Continue reading

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A Fresh Start

As his beautiful wife opens the door, I stare longingly at the ornate interiors of his palatial mansion. All this could have been mine, if the boy whom I’d raised as my own son had not betrayed me. Unable to … Continue reading

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Love & Betrayal

I stared at him incredulously, my eyes and my heart filled with tears of hurt and betrayal. “You leave me hanging at the airport on the day that we are supposed to elope, then disappear for weeks, don’t answer my … Continue reading

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The Birthday Feast

Adriana almost started salivating as she looked at him. Hundreds of important guests were vying for her attention, but she had eyes only for one man. She looked at his tanned body, sinewy muscles, and chiseled face with barely disguised … Continue reading

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