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Afternoon Delight

By Isa Adam

Copyright@2017 by Isa Adam

Smashwords Edition

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.







"Aren't you going to have breakfast?" the petite red head in the kitchen asked her husband.

"Not today. I'll be late for work," he replied planting a kiss on his wife's cheek. He left the house in a hurry never minding that she'd spent an hour making him his favorite breakfast. She angrily flung the plate of toast, eggs and bacon across the room scaring the maid out of her skin. The other woman still couldn't get used to Meg's hot temper even though she'd worked there for years. Her husband, on the other hand, didn’t seem to notice the outburst and was at the door in less than a minute.

"I love you," she yelled behind him and got an indistinct reply that sounded like a thank you. Fernando would have never done that to her. That is if she ever got the strength to tell him how she felt. Why would she even tell him what she felt? It wasn't like they could be together anyway. It was bad enough that he felt guilty for what they were doing. Why did she have to complicate anything by telling him she loved him.

The kids were already in school, so Meg had nothing else to do. She walked back to her room, her steps short and quick. The young maid kept her eye on her in case there happened to be another episode which would require her to clean up. Meg reached her room without any outbursts much to the maid’s appreciation and plopped herself on the mattress for a short nap. She hadn't had a good night's sleep for a while now since she'd met Fernando. First it was because of the guilt she felt for cheating on her husband and now because she'd realized she couldn't imagine her life without him.


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