Everyone wants to live in a house filled with love. This house has so much love in it that it touches everyone who comes there.
A realtor, her buyers, the staging crew and the more are all overcome with the lusty history of this magical place.
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She almost missed it. She thought she heard something, so she waited for a moment. Susan rested the front door against her hip as she reached down to lock it. Setting her briefcase down silently, she leaned into the house. It must have been her imagination. She stepped in to take one more look around before she closed the Open House. She had already been through the house, putting little things back in place and was ready to go. Susan shook off her doubts until she heard it again.
Since her divorce, there was no hurry to get home and no one to take care of once she got there. Her kids were away at school and her ex was probably out cruising the bars trying to get laid. If it weren’t for her job, she’d have gone crazy. She liked her job. She liked helping people find a house where they could make a home. Having something to do and people who needed her made her feel worthwhile again. But she didn't feel that good about herself today. The day had been long and frustrating. She felt like an overbearing hostess who was hovering over her guests.
There had been a long parade of curious neighbors and bargain hunting investors coming through to see the property. The only time it had been interesting was when she and her assistant first got to the house. They were surprised to find the front door unlocked and shocked when they found two kids upstairs. Susan had no doubt that they were looking for a place to be alone when she saw them. The boy was quite a charmer though. Meeting them was the highlight of her day but it didn’t last. The rest of the day was pure drudgery. Luckily it was over.
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About the Author
Nick Foxx grew up in the rural south. He studied music and art with some of the finest musicians and creative minds in the country. He played first professional gig (and got paid) when he was twelve years old. That was six years after his first play was chosen to be produced for a theater workshop at his school. Over the years, he's won awards for music, writing and art. More than two dozen albums that he produced, engineered or wrote music for grace the wall of his office. He's scored independent films, stage productions and written jingles. After forty years in the music business he still finds time to write music for TV and record work of his own. Under the pen name Nicky Faulkes, he won the Earth Day award from literotica.com for his story "The Time Of My Life". ------------------------------------------------ If you write a review and send me your email address, I'll send you a code to download a similar book FREE! (Limit one per reader) firstname.lastname@example.org Aren't you glad you read my bio? ------------------------------------------------