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Sisterlings

Sisterlings

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Anna is a recluse who wants to change. Yet her hatred for humanity keeps her constant in her life of alcoholism and solitude, until she signs up to site called Sisterlings.

At first, she's reluctant to join such a strange group of women who want to connect, and make a world for the "other kinds" to comfort each other. Still, she keeps going back, only to find out her new found friends are more than misfits, and Sisterlings is more than a site for friendship making.

As her relationships grow, and more and more people die, she realizes she's being exploited for her secret..
Anna is a recluse who wants to change. Yet her hatred for humanity keeps her constant in her life of alcoholism and solitude, until she signs up to site called Sisterlings.

At first, she's reluctant to join such a strange group of women who want to connect, and make a world for the "other kinds" to comfort each other. Still, she keeps going back, only to find out her new found friends are more than misfits, and Sisterlings is more than a site for friendship making.

As her relationships grow, and more and more people die, she realizes she's being exploited for her secret..

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Sisterlings Jamie Ott
 
Copyright © Jamie Ott 2013. All rights reserved.No parts of this book may be used orreproduced without written permission. Formore information, please visitvampinofficialsite.comPublication date: 3/24/2013
 
Five ‘o’ Clock Chapter 1
Every time someone walked by her cubicle, themetal partition rattled, and the papers stapledto it flapped. At least a dozen times a day, Jimflew past, slamming his feet across the floor. Heknew this annoyed her, yet he did it anyway.Here he comes again.
Bam, bam, bam,
hisfeet went. He walked as if he were on an airporttreadmill. Each time he approached, his eyesmet hers. In them, she saw amusement at herdiscomfort and inability to do anything about it.Sometimes, he purposely grazed hiselbow into the partition, making it pop out.Although she knew to expect this, she still jumped in her seat each time. The idea to stickher foot out of the side of her cubicle and triphim flat onto his face played itself in her mind;however, she kept her body directed at hercomputer screen and typed slowly.Her report could have been done half anhour ago, but it was that day of the monthagain: the one where they celebratedeveryone’s birthday with cake in the kitchen. They stood around and pretended to beinterested in each other’s lives. In overjoyedvoices, they acted as if it was pure ecstasy tobe around each other.

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