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The Pool Guy

By Tod Mill

Copyright@2017 by Tod Mill

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This book is a work of fiction and any resemblance to persons, living or dead, or places, events or locales is purely coincidental.

It is intended only for adults over the age of 18 and all characters are represented as 18 or over.

Claire watched Simon clean the pool and wondered what it was about him that made him so appealing. It was not as if he had money. He was a pool boy for crying out loud and she was probably ten years older than he was. Yet every time he came, she felt the urge to impress him, the urge to make him feel as if he was at home.

He had his head phones on, his head bobbing up and down as he worked the pool. She would then go to the pool later and take one long swim, which seemed like the only thing she had been doing for the last nine months.

It had been the biggest mistake she had ever made in her life. Not to get married. Getting married was a good choice, because she loved her husband. But letting go of her job because of her husband was the worst mistake she could have done. It was the worst mistake of the century. Her friends had told her that she was going to regret, but the man had promised her that nothing like that would happen. He simply wanted her home because he wanted to take more care of her. He wanted them closer together.

It made sense back then. Her life as a journalist was too hectic. She could travel to far places for days and her husband would complain. So she decided to drop the job and stay at home. After all, her family came first and her husband was making more than enough money to support them.

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