Painless by Derek Ciccone

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A large silo stood next to it like its overprotective big brother. Billy parked in front of his new home, and exited into a sun-drenched afternoon—a record high temperature for the tenth of September. In a dramatic twist from the morning rain showers, the sky now looked like Monet had brush-stroked it with oranges and reds, and the smells of Saturday afternoon barbecues filled the air. It was as if the once-dreary day was given a fresh start. Billy took a deep breath, and then headed toward what he hoped would be his own fresh start.

In fact, she and her sister, Dana—who had set up his meeting with the Whitcombs—were princesses in the Boulanger Kingdom. He figured that Beth married Chuck, the common man, to be her court jester. But Billy knew one day the princess would realize that she preferred a prince. And she wouldn’t be satisfied to just leave, she’d take his most cherished possessions with her—the ones that touch the soul. It was a story Billy was too familiar with. And it wasn’t a good story. As a writer, albeit an unpublished and penniless one, he knew a good story contained suspense.

Chuck smiled wryly. “Funny how that worked out. ” Billy knew beggars couldn’t be choosers, so he didn’t quibble. Instead, he turned his attention to Carolyn. She couldn’t eat solid food, so her lunch consisted of a bowl of barbecue sauce that she washed down with big gulps of strawberry milk. All Billy knew about the tongue injury was that it had something to do with the “incident” in which she was expelled from nursery school, creating the need for someone to watch her in the afternoons. ” “I bit it—they had to sew it back on,” she casually stated.

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