Hey, girl, what are you doing down there, one floor below me. Oh, my sweetness, I adore you. Let me know if you want a booty call. You know that my wife checks all my messages, so if you are down for some fun, then knock three times on the ceiling if you want me. I don’t want to sound utterly desperate or obscene, but my wife left for the weekend, and I am all yours if you want me. I just ordered a pizza and I have a bottle of wine. If you prefer for me to come down to your place, then just bang twice on the pipes.
Once upon a time two hundred and seventy years ago during The Pandemic Period, many industrious entrepreneurs realized they could get rich on taxpayer’s money by building complexes to house the pockets of noncompliant citizens who refused to take a government mandated experimental ‘medicine’.
Contrary to safety codes (and human decency) Containment Buildings sprung up everywhere and those ‘antivaxxer criminals’ were rounded up and imprisoned there. They were fed a constant barrage of ‘approved’ information and irresistible promises until some of them decided to comply. Those who ‘held out’ were ultimately left ‘in the dark’ until one day their caretakers came no more to their doors. Soon, desperate hunger drove them to break out. The most industrious ones “MacGyvered” their own escape then aided the others.
When they ventured out into daylight, they found no one, absolutely NO ONE, alive. The now Free…
His girlfriend’s father was protective of his only child, and made sure no harm came to her. He was open minded about her relationships and gave her privacy and respect, but no-one was going to creep around with illicit intentions if he had anything to do with it.
The upstairs outer door from her bedroom led downstairs to his study.
So, after moments of passion, there was no way a suitor could sneak off into the night.
His daughter deserved to wake up in the morning to her lover, not an empty bed. 93 words
Today I am sharing the last book in the Illyria trilogy, Imbalance of Power by Armin Shimerman. If you pre-order now you can save 10% off the purchase price! (I’m only sharing this, it is in no way promotional for me)
Illyria: Imbalance of Power
Expected Publication Date: Winter 2022
Genre: Historical Fiction/ Historical Fantasy
With the threat of further imprisonment held over him, Doctor John Dee must use all his talents to solve the mystery of who on Illyria is shepherding religious insurrectionists bent on overthrowing the Queen. Helped by his acolyte, Will Shakespar, they investigate the court of Count Orsino, their chief suspect.
Together, in this exciting final chapter, Steeped in Elizabethan history, Dee and Shakespar must maneuver through a labyrinth of religious intolerance as they seek to protect Crown and Country.
Their mission brings them in contact with the witty characters of Toby Belch, Malvolio, Feste, and others in a fancifully imagined prequel to “Twelfth Night.”
This picture shows two doors with stairs connecting them outside the building but no way to get down from them (no fire escape ladder or stairs).
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