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"The Lesbian Dating Murders" Sample Chapter

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When the airplane touched down in San Diego, Beth looked out the window. She could see it was bright and very sunny outside.

She walked off the plane, and as soon as she got outside, she saw a woman who was holding a sign that said, “Beth Livingston” on it.

When Beth first saw the woman, she was amazed on how much she looked just like her mom, only younger and prettier, and somewhat sexier she thought. She was wearing a short brown skirt, and tall black boots, and had very shiny long blonde hair, and blue eyes. Beth noticed that every man could not take their eyes off of her.

Beth was still very young and undeveloped yet, but she had the same looks as her mother and aunt. Long blonde hair, and glowing beautiful skin, and it all came naturally to all of them.

Beth walked over the Teresa, and said hi, my name is Beth; you must be my Aunt Teresa? “Beth asked her”.

Why yes, I’m your Aunt Teresa, and you look so much like your mom, just like when me and her were younger. Anyway, let’s find your luggage, and I will show you around San Diego a little bit on the way home.

Thank you so much Aunt Teresa. My mom wanted me to tell you that she really appreciates you taking care of me, while she is getting the help she needs. Beth looked up at her Aunt Teresa, and said, thank you Aunt Teresa, for letting me stay with you.

Teresa looked down at Beth, and smiled. She said, first Beth, I want you to call me just Teresa, you don’t need to call me Aunt. I have special friends that come over from time to time, and we will just leave the Aunt name out of it for now.

I might even have you call me something else later, but that will be another time. Right now, I just want to take you home, and let you rest from your long flight. I will make you something to eat, then you can take a nap, “Teresa to Beth”.

They left the airport, and it was Friday. Teresa decided to take Beth thru downtown San Diego. They had the top down in Teresa’s little red Mercedes convertible, and everyone was looking at them at the intersections.

Beth was not used to so many people walking around the town. It was literally packed full of people, and all kinds too.

Girls in short dresses, men dressed up, then casual people that looked more like tourists, and their were plenty bicycle Pedi cabs. Bikes that have 2 wheels in the back, and one in the front, and you can sit people in the back, and they were everywhere!

Beth had never seen anything like it! It was amazing, people everywhere! And yet it looked so clean, and safe, “she thought to herself”.

At every intersection, there were so many people waiting for the light to change. So many people were waiting, just to cross the street. They were in a red convertible, and both of them had shiny blonde hair, and Beth could tell, a lot of people, were looking at her Aunt Teresa, or Teresa as she would like to be called, “Beth thought to herself”.

After they drove thru downtown, Teresa thought that was enough for now, and started to head home. They came upon a big bridge, called Coronado Bridge. It was a giant bridge, that went way over the channel.

You could see all the navy ships, and other types of boats, just like they were tiny toys, Beth thought, as she looked out the side of the car, over the bridge, to the boats and ships down in the water.

When they came down from the bridge, they were not driving very far, when Teresa pulled into a big sprawling long driveway. The long driveway led down to a big beautiful house, almost hidden from all the big mature trees.

Welcome home, Teresa said to Beth. I have made up your very own bedroom upstairs, in the left wing of the house. You also have your very own private bathroom.

Teresa said to Beth, now please take your belongings upstairs, and unpack. I want you to relax, and take a nap. It’s been a long day for you, and tomorrow, I will make you some breakfast. I will tell you just a few of the rules I will have for you, and then we will get along just fine, ok? “asked Teresa”.

OK, said Beth, as she picked up her bag, and made her way up the top of the stairs.

When Beth got to the top of the stairs, there was a large sitting area, with plenty of nice comfortable seats everywhere. Beth thought, it must be a super place to have a birthday party for someone, this is just like being rich!

She looked over the balcony, and could see that the front

door was in perfect view.

Beth stepped back from the balcony, and turned and saw two very long hallways. Each one of them had many doors, and at the end of the right hallway, it came to a stop, with 2 big wooden doors. Beth figured that must be Aunt Teresa’s bedroom, and thought, it must be hugh inside?

Beth walked down the hallway to the left, and opened the last door. She reached her hand inside, and felt for the light switch, she flicked it on, and stepped inside. It was beautiful, all made up in pink, with a big giant bed, and big pink dressers and a pink desk to match it.

Beth could not believe this, the room must have cost a fortune to put together. Beth was pretty sure, Aunt Teresa never had any children, so she must have put this together for her, “she thought”?

She opened up another door, and it lead into a big open bathroom, with its own garden bathtub, and separate shower right next to it. Beth had never seen anything so beautiful before! She knew some people lived like this, but she did not actually know anyone that was rich!

Beth wondered what Aunt Teresa must do for a living? She thought maybe she is a doctor, or lawyer, or owns her own clothing line? Something fabulous like that, Beth thought probably!

While Beth was standing back in the big giant pink bedroom, Aunt Teresa walked in. She looked at Beth, and asked her, if she liked it?

Beth said, Oh My God! I love it! You must have put so much time and energy into this, I don’t know what to say, I hope you did not do all this for me, this is so, so much!

It’s ok, said Teresa, it was really no trouble at all. I just called my interior decorator, Anthony, and he took care of everything for me. I told him I had a 10 year old girl coming to stay with me for a bit, and I wanted him to make it in pink.

I would of liked a room just like that when I was little, but we were not that well off. My dad worked very hard, but never made enough money to get us out of poverty really, but he tried so hard.

Now like I told you, unpack your things. Take a bath or a shower if you like. The bathroom is all yours, the bedroom is all yours. Get a good nights sleep, and I will see you in the morning.

Aunt Teresa went over to Beth, and gave Beth a little kiss on her forehead. She said softly to Beth, I hope you enjoy your stay here Beth. I really don’t know what your mom is going thru, but the doctors told me it was something very rare, so lets just hope she gets better soon. We will get you back to her as soon as she is better, so good night Beth, I will see you in the morning, and Teresa walked out of the room.

Beth laid down on the bed, and stared up at the ceiling. She was only 10 years old, and yet she already felt much older, “she thought”.

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