I’m moving on to another WIP. It’s just an idea at the moment, so bear with me for the first few posts.
Placing a hand on Hannah’s arm, Liz suggested, “How about you choose the book for next month’s meeting?”
Well, she’d just kicked herself in the butt. How on earth would she be able to choose a book when she’d dislike more or less any of the books they’d read so far. Why on earth was she even here?
So she wasn’t stuck alone at home.
“Any genre?” she asked.
Although wary, the women around her nodded.
“Okay, I can do that. I suppose it should be available in the library.”
Again, everyone agreed.
“And you’d like to have the suggestion by Tuesday?”
“Yes, please,” Liz replied.
Hannah had no idea, why she was going on with this farce, but she promised her parents to get to know the people in Fermosa Bay, a small coastal town in Victoria, where she only moved recently for her to take over the small medical centre. She promised her family to make friends. And she promised her mother to be nice to men.
Well, she did make that promise with her fingers crossed behind her back.
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