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Two Lonely People

By Isa Adam

Copyright@2018 by Isa Adam

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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.

"Look who finally decided to show up," the older lady seated at the back said sarcastically as a young woman walked in with her head held high in an air of indifference.

"Hello Mother," Meg Campbell responded coldly as she made her way into large room. Everyone's attention turned to her and her mother clearly bracing themselves for another argument between mother and daughter. Meg wouldn't give them the satisfaction today. All she wanted was to get done with this and go back to work or anything else that would serve the same purpose and keep her away from her family.

"Good morning your highness. I would bow if I didn't have this damn knee brace," her mother shot another nasty comment her way. It was just like her to talk to her daughter like that when she was only thirty minutes to a wedding rehearsal she clearly didn't want to be in. The least she could have done was appreciate her effort to fit the wedding arrangements into her busy schedule.

"Some of us have jobs mother," Meg said taking her place next to her mother.

"Jobs that keep you away from your family and what is important," her mother attacked. Meg simply rolled her eyes. It was just like her mother to be dramatic. If she knew her mother well enough, she had a vague idea where this was going but try as she might, she couldn't bring herself to care.

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