Thursday, December 24, 2015

Excerpt from Morning Does Come: Chapter 7 Page 64

“Your mother does not need to know you came to see me,” Uncle Timothy said. “She will not be happy with you.”
“Why?” Kaine asked.
“It is complicated. Come here,” he said, motioning to her with his hand. “Come and sit on my lap like you used to when you were a child.”
She blushed.
“Uncle, I am quite heavy now,” she said as she stood up and walked toward him.
“The heavier, the better,” he said with a laugh.
He lifted her unto his lap. As she tried to make herself comfortable, her skirt moved up, revealing her thighs. He immediately pulled her closer to him.
In a hushed tone he said, “If a beautiful girl like you runs a restaurant, you will have many customers, not because of the food you cook but because many men will want to have a feel of you.”
What is the fate of Kaine during this meeting? Would she get what she wants out of the visit? Can you predict what next?

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David C Brown said...

Sounds doubtful to me!

Rita said...

@ David C Brown: You are on the right track...