Scared to Share - Part 1

Scared to Share - Part 1

Cindy DeLong

Cindy DeLong

Charlene ran down the hall trying to find a place to hide, a place to escape the creep who chased her; the stranger with the wandering hands. As she turned another corner in the labyrinth of halls, a shocking realization tore through her brain and caused her to stumble. He knew too much about her. That could only mean one thing: she wasn’t the only one with a secret. She was so disoriented by...Charlene ran down the hall trying to find a place to hide, a place to escape the creep who chased her; the stranger with the wandering hands. As she turned another corner in the labyrinth of halls, a shocking realization tore through her brain and caused her to stumble. He knew too much about her. That could only mean one thing: she wasn’t the only one with a secret. She was so disoriented by the twisting hallways that she wasn’t sure if she was getting closer to freedom or back to where she started. She had just turned left down another hall when two hands reached out and grabbed her, one quickly reaching up to cover her mouth and stifle the shocked scream building in her lungs. She was pulled hard to a male body and her mind raced back to when her life had suddenly become this tangled mess…Charlene had lived a sheltered life. As the youngest in the family, it felt like her whole family had a secret mission to watch over her and keep her from growing up.Maxwell was a highly successful businessman too busy with his career to date. This loner is happy with his life and his secrets. He doesn't know that he has a rival that will stop at nothing to see him fail. Regardless of his flaws, with his friendship could Charlene escape her family's thumb and discover the adventure and independence of her dreams? This good girl couldn't take the tight boundaries anymore. She was unprepared for life, but given the chance to break free, would she find happiness and life or would her misguided choices teach her life's lessons the hard way and create the ultimate bad girl?
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