Guilty Pleasures

Arina and Merissa walked into their Manhattan home greeted by their house manager, Mrs. Philemon. She was more of a grandmother to Merissa. The little girl ran into her loving arms. “Dear heart, I’m so glad you’re home.”

“Me too,” she muffled against the lady’s belly. “Why didn’t you come to visit?” Pulling the child away, she smiled into her eyes. “Oh, but I did. You needed a lot of rest. Each time I stopped in, you were sleeping.”

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Brook Lynn is a novelist and lover of story creation. A firm believer that authentic connection comes alive when we share our stories. She is driven to write.

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Brook Lynn is a novelist and lover of story creation. A firm believer that authentic connection comes alive when we share our stories. She is driven to write.

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