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   Chapter 12 Bare Feet, Lost Shoes

I Like Your Shoes By Sivani Yasashree Characters: 5053

Updated: 2019-02-26 11:38

[Ambrosia Bellemore]

"Look at that view!" I shrieked.

"Imagine how it must look like while it's night!" Benjamin shrieked.

"I can't believe this is where I'm going to live now!" The Asian woman shrieked.

"Congratulations." The Asian man shrieked.

"Shut up." The Asian woman shrieked.

"To you too!" I shrieked at them.

"We're about to land!" The elderly woman shrieked.

"Oh my God my ears are popping." I shrieked.

"Stop being a baby!" Benjamin giggled.

"Why did you giggle?" I groaned in exasperation.

"I did?" He asks, mortified. He also checked his pulse for good measure.

We had been shrieking for about twenty minutes now. The other people are giving us dirty looks, but after living under my mother's roof for twenty two years, there was nothing that could faze me. The air hostess was almost on the verge of tears, and the elderly man, whose name is Patrick, had the good grace to hand her a tissue and give her a small pat of assurance on the back.

We were very close to my freedom. So close, that I could taste, no, feel it. Now the only thing left when I get there was to find myself a man. So easy, right?


But I wouldn't let that dampen my spirit. I had four months left before I actually had to worry about the wedding, and I was almost certain that I could live all of my life in the span of these few months.

"I'm finally free!" I shrieked as I walked out of the plane, my bags in one hand and the bottle of Sunset Rum on the other.

What? It was g

m the paper I'd scribbled it on.

"That's odd. This paper says she lives in 125 Tummel Street. But that's where Freida lives, isn't that right, love?"

"Freida is my friend. How do you know her?"

"Because she lives next door to me, that's why!"

"That means we are neighbours, Ambrosia!" Reggie screams.

"Come, come. We'll take you home." Patrick says, grabbing my bags as Reggie steers me forward.

"I think I can manage finding my way on my own, you know." I complain.

"Rubbish. You're coming with us. My son will be picking us up, it's no trouble."

"Fine." I give up and let myself be steered to another car.

It takes me fifteen minutes, by which time we were already half way to my new house, to realise that I was bare foot and had left the only pair of sexy heels I had in a cab in New York.

"I knew it was too beautiful for someone like me." I groan.


[Calum Achorn]

I found her heels in a cab in New York.

"Oh, for the love of everything that's holy."


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