By David Daniel
He remembered that first time.
“Oh my God!” Lucinda had squealed. “Thank you!”
William blushed when she kissed him. “It’s only glass.” He’d been careful to pitch it between modesty and outright apology.
“It’s as good as a diamond, or a pearl. Better! It’s personal and one of a kind.”
“I know you like beach glass,” he’d said. And, holding hands, off they’d gone, walking into the soft summer darkness of the park.[Read more…] about Almost Romance Enough for a Lifetime