Fearing the Flames, p. 5

The first few nights went famously.  She quickly made friends with the bar patrons.  She loved making love matches with the singles, keeping the music in the old style juke box rocking, and she impressed the patrons with her knowledge of newer drink mixes and names.  Deep down she knew she had learned all the... Continue Reading →

Fearing the Flames, p. 3

“What time do you want me to be here?” she asked, not trying to lie or sweet talk herself out of the awkward, telling conversation, but wanting to divert it nonetheless. “Four. Dinner usually picks up shortly after that, and dies down about now.  We shut the doors at one, run the dishes through, and... Continue Reading →

Fearing the Flames, p. 2

The cook/bartender gave her a good long look sideways, called out the names attached to the fat food baskets and came to approach her.  She simply handed the tickets to him with the orders she received while he was in back.  Instead of kicking her out of the establishment like she half expected, he hesitated,... Continue Reading →

Fearing the Flames, p. 1

Sarah had always been a go-getter.  Sometimes people described her nicely as goal oriented, competitive and task driven; others would simply say she was a bull in a china shop, stubborn, and unable to take no for an answer.  She agreed with both.  She sometimes tried too hard to get what she wanted, and she... Continue Reading →

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