Blindfolded | on going
"You're that cliché New Yorker, liberal, arty, bisexual and everything."
"And you're that misogynist bad boy cliché , smoking, with dark clothes, screwing around and all that crap."
"I guess we don't know each other very well then."
"I guess not."
There's 55 millions of people dying per year. 120.000 dying every single day, and 150 in New York City. I never would have thought my mother would be one of them. I never thought about her being dead at all, or about what could happen afterwards. It never crossed my mind that the only family I had will be gone in a blink of an eye. I never thought that there could be a life without her, but I was wrong, about everything. I was in denial. I was blind, and I never expected the blindfold to fall so soon...
...Or so she thought. The blindfold didn't fall, at all. Nora Maxton was blinded by her pain, and couldn't see the next blow of life hit her. After her mom's death, Nora finds herself in the worst position she could ever anticipate : she is a child issue from an affair, and her father is the governor of Maryland. Her new life screams 'scandals' secrets and betrayals, and little did she know, that this was just the beginning of it.
- project womenup
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