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Her Next Door: Bitches, #1

Her Next Door: Bitches, #1

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Her Next Door: Bitches, #1

Length:
37 pages
27 minutes
Publisher:
Released:
Apr 10, 2017
ISBN:
9781386015567
Format:
Book

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Have you ever moved house and wondered what the neighbours will be like? Will they be friends or enemies?

 

Tara found herself in that exact position when she excitedly unlocked the door to her first new home.

 

At first Sharon's smiling facade indicates friendliness but behind it lies an evil woman who is willing to use any means, drugs, alcohol, sex, and anyone, to get what she wants.

 

Tara's naive, innocent nature makes her no match for the manipulative woman.

 

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Publisher:
Released:
Apr 10, 2017
ISBN:
9781386015567
Format:
Book

About the author

T. R. Robinson is an independent author of memoir, autobiography and fiction. Her author career commenced upon the realisation that her own and the lives of her ancestors were anything but ‘normal’. Readers will find her books inspiring and relevant often showing the strength of the human spirit and how previously considered insurmountable obstacles and difficulties may be overcome and survived.Throughout, no matter into which genre a book may fall, T.R. draws upon her life experiences, some of which are truly shocking, frightening and surprising. She has had varied employments ranging from managing small electrical components, laboratory assistant, hospital orderly, waitress and much more between, all of which are drawn upon in her writing whether memoir or fiction.Further information, and explanations, may be found at her website: http://www.trrobinsonpublications.com


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Preface

Language: British English including British spelling has been used throughout.

Disclaimer: This tale has been inspired by and is, in parts, based upon actual events. Therefore, to protect those still living, whether they deserve it or not, as well as the descendants and friends of those referred to, names of people and places have either been changed or omitted.

T. R. Robinson 2017

1

Place of Her Own

She couldn’t help her trembling hand as she excitedly pressed the key into the lock. The pealing black paint, revealing cracked and dirty wood beneath, didn’t put her off. That could easily be seen to. As the door swung on its old creaking hinges she hesitated. This would be her first steps into a new life, or at least so she hoped. With a mixture of excitement, anxiety, uncertainty and yet hope and joy she stepped across the brass embalmed threshold. This was almost unbelievable. After all the hassle, trouble and rejections, was this real? Had she achieved something few other, if any, woman had? Was her life about to take a turn for the better? Would such hard earned success continue? Could it? Half afraid to believe she stepped into the darkened musty entrance. Stopping before the half glazed inner door she again hesitated. Did she really have the right to enter? Perhaps this was all a dream that she’d wake from any moment. Oh, please God don’t let it be so.

No, the sensation of cool air on her skin said this was no dream. Imperceptibly shaking herself, she grasped and turned the dull unpolished brass knob. Surprisingly, the door swung open with unexpected ease. Now, another step into an unknown future. Again she hesitated, though there wasn’t another step to cross it still felt as if she was about to enter a new, undiscovered, world. Squinting against the darkness of the dull interior she peered in. The dank, musty aroma of uncared for carpets and wood rushed toward her permeating her nostrils with its unpleasantness. Her nose twitched. Taking a deep breath, unaware that up to this point she’d been holding it in, she stepped through. It felt strange. Should she be here? Did she really have the right?

The sensation of threadbare

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