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Tuesday Tales - Flowers

I'd like to thank all my readers who have stopped by to read about Billy and Alexandra's journey. Billy never left the hospital. He spent the evening in the small waiting room down the hall from Alexandra’s room. Leaving the hospital wasn’t an option. God forbid anything happened to Alexandra, he wanted to make certain he was only seconds away. All night long he couldn’t get Ralphie out of his mind. He knew the kind of man he was and what he was capable of. And when he found out that he ratted him out to the police…forget about it. Ralphie would make sure he paid for opening his mouth. But, if it meant protecting Alexandra, so be it. A hand touched his shoulder causing him to quickly stand. He turned and faced an elderly woman with a nametag, which read, Volunteer. “Mr. Davidson, why don’t you go down to the cafeteria and get yourself a cup of coffee and something to eat.” “I want to be close, just in case.” “You will be. Go ahead, get yourself something before the

Tuesday Tales - Car

The police car pulled away from the front entrance of the emergency room. Billy took a deep breath, grateful that he wasn’t taken out of the hospital in handcuffs. Telling the police the whole story was imperative. No way he was going to risk anything happening to Alexandra. Billy knew Ralphie was behind the drive by shooting. Alexandra took the bullet meant for him. Protecting Alexandra had to be his top priority. The thought of anything happening to her because of his own stupidity would destroy him. He was willing to deal with the consequences. Sliding his hands into his back pockets he rocked on the heels of his boots. He knew he was playing with fire when he gave the police Ralphie name. There was no telling what he would do in retaliation. He had paid his debt to Ralphie ten times over. He would be damned if he left him ruin his life with Alexandra. Billy took a deep breath before pivoting on his boots and walked into the revolving door back into the hospital. He m

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Tuesday Tales - Airport

Alexandra went into surgery and Billy was escorted into the waiting area where the two officers were sitting, having a cup of coffee waiting for him. With everything going on, he had totally forgot about the interrogation squad waiting for him. Now he had all of thirty seconds to decide if it were the right thing to tell them about Ralphie and his past. This wasn’t part of the plan. As soon as the officer saw him walk in, they were on their feet. “Can you guys just give me a few minutes? I’d like to get a cup of coffee.” “No problem,” Gallo said. “It’s funny that you would ask for one, and I bought an extra one just a few minutes ago,” he said handing him a paper cup. Billy took it from him, and mumbled, “Thank you,” before slouching into the worn out beige leather seat. “We understand your situation, but we need to ask you a few questions about what happened outside your cafĂ© earlier.” “I understand. I’ll tell you whatever you need, to catch the bastard who hurt my sweet A

Easter Blog Hop

I'd like to thank everyone who stopped by my blog and were a part of the Easter Blog Hop. I hand picked the winners the old fashion way. The three winners are: Catherine Lee (Necklace) Kat and Linda Henderson (My poetry book) Congratulations ladies!

Easter Blog Hop

Welcome to my Easter Blog Hop. This year I've been blessed with many things. I have two books coming out this year: Roses and The Boardwalk , and I have family and friends who have supported me all along the way. Sometimes we all lose sight of the important things in life. But every time I see this stuffed Bunny, I think back to all those years ago when I drove all around Staten Island looking for two of them, one for my son Michael, and the other for my daughter Nicole. I'm giving away a PDF copy of my book of poems, Reflections , a paperback copy of Masquerade of Love , the first edition of Reflections and also the beautiful beaded half moon necklace. All you need to is leave a comment to be eligible to win. Keep an eye out for my debut novel Roses which will be release mid-April by Secret Cravings Publishing. This is a blog hop, so don't forget to check out the other stops on the hops. There are plenty of books

Tuesday Tales - Chest

You could hear the ambulance and police sirens in the distance. This wasn’t part of the plan. There was blood all over the place. It splattered all over the front door and all over both Alexandra and Billy. The ambulance pulled up first, with the two police cars following directly behind blocking the street. By now, there were dozens of people in the area making it hard for the police to put up the yellow crime scene tape. It took one officer to pull out a bullhorn asking everyone to step back, before they were able to secure the area. The EMT workers ran off the truck with a big black bag, which was bulging at the seams. The younger of the two men, knelt down in front of Billy. “Not me,” Billy said, tears in his eyes. “It’s Alexandra,” he said, cradling her in his arms, her head leaning against his chest. “I’m Gary, and I’m going to have to ask you to let us take care of her. You need to get up and let my partner Tommy, place her on the gurney.” “Baby, I’m here with you.”