So now I have to prepare to have class face to face AND hybrid (partially online partially face to face) AND fully online. Because prepping four classes in three different ways following so rubric that isn’t MINE will be so easy. It’s killing my writing time and worse the day I got this news I got first time edits on my upcoming novella. head desk, it’s why I owe everyone comment.
Picking up with These Haunted Hills right where I left off, Josh and Brendan shared their first kiss only to have a ghost interrupt them violently.
Neither of them said a word until Josh started the truck and bounced them out of there. Neither of them even belted in until he pulled off the road once the hotel wasn’t in sight.
“Holy fuck, what was that?” Brendan asked.
“I think you’re right. I think we got someone’s attention. Diana probably wouldn’t appreciate happy people in her hotel She lived off human misery and we were anything but miserable,” Josh replied, still panting slightly.
“Yeah. Um…about that.”
Josh twisted on the seat, not wanting to hear what came next. Brendan’s shoulders hunched, his face sheepish. “Please don’t tell me you’re sorry.”
“Hell no! I’ve wanted to do that for a while now but I wasn’t sure I could.” Brendan sighed, relaxing back against the seat. “That’s all one me. I was pretty aware you were interested in me probably since the beginning but you also know what’s jumbled up in my head.”
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Strange how Diana, for all she doesn’t appreciate the happy people, did end up breaking the ice for them in this moment! 🙂 Good luck juggling your work load (hugs)
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Thanks. It is odd that Diana brought them together
Considering how much she loves misery, she probably wouldn’t be happy she brought them together.