A Different Kind of Vegas Story
"I stared at the ring on my finger. After the champagne, I had a vague memory of a tacky wedding chapel. I remember giggling as I carried a slightly grubby bunch of silk lilies down a short aisle. Married. I guess that meant that I wasn't a slut; I was an idiot." -From At The Turning Point
When Donna decides to mark her divorce with a trip to Las Vegas, she doesn't expect to find herself with a ring on her finger at the bedside of a man she barely knows. But her experience helps her gain the wisdom she needs to make her own life-altering decision.
A short story, about 6000 words. Not a typical happily-ever-after romance.
Also incuded is an excerpt from Last Flight from Flagstaff.
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Published May 20, 2012
Romance, Literature & Fiction.