Flash Fiction #45 Risk and Reward

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July 19, 2013

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“I have nothing more to say.” Julie turned, half hoping Matt would stop her. “I’m heading back to the house.”

“Come on, let’s talk. It took a lot of finagling to get you down here.” Matt grabbed her hand.

“What all did you do?” She pointed to the bucket. “Get Cliff to catch something?”

“What is that anyway, a lobster?”

“No, it’s a crayfish.”

She observed the crustacean sitting at the bottom of the bucket. It had no choices left, unlike her. Matt’s fingers slipped from her hand. She didn’t want to lose him.

“Can we go and observe?”

“Absolutely.”

Hope you enjoyed my flash today!! Don’t forget to follow the link to get to the other FFF posts. Flasher Fiction Friday. Or click away on the links below.

Naomi Shaw: www.authornaomishaw.com
Doris O’Connor: http://thetardisscribbles.blogspot.co.uk/
Sherri Hayes: http://sherri-hayes.blogspot.com/
Pablo Michaels: http://www.pmmanmanromance.com
J S Morbius: http://morbiussworld.blogspot.co.uk/
Gemma Parkes: http://gemmaparkes.blogspot.com/

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7 thoughts on “Flash Fiction #45 Risk and Reward

  1. Pingback: ROW80 Check-in #67 A Silver Lining | S. J. Maylee

  2. Love it! The part with the crayfish being out of options unlike her was really good.

    But what is this Flash Fiction Friday stuff, can anyone join?

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