Thanks for stopping. Another picture…another 100 words.
No tears threatened to spill down her cheeks, the only sign of her restrained fury was the tiny twitch in her eye. The day would have been perfect, everything had been in place. She had it all, the perfect dress, the perfect setting, all their family and friends. Now it was spoiled, now there was no prince charming waiting for her at the end of the aisle.
Anger and revenge pushed through her veins, but she continued to sit and stare at the forest beyond. Her mind wouldn’t let go of all she’d lost when he walked away.
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He’d better watch out! His life isn’t worth living at the moment. Hell hath no fury … Great flash
Oooh Vengeance. Serve it cold, honey.
Oh he would pay and it shall be sweet…
Poor lamb sat there waiting, go get him and teach him a lesson!
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I’d like to see how she gets her revenge on her missing groom. The bride sounds like she may shift once clear of all her friends and family and go after him. I am definitely curious of the outcome.
Oh, he’d better watch his back! What a jerk. He deserves what he gets. Wonderful flash!