One month laterPatience's POVI sat on the steps listening to Claude talk about himself, most of which was ignored. We were set to be wedded tomorrow, a union which I had no say in sadly, but according to my mother, it would be the greatest thing to ever happen t
Patience's POVI watched as my mother, Lydia and my sister Faith eyes met me, I sighed gazing at my reflection in the mirror, already dreading the day that was supposed to be the most memorable o-"Brighten up dear, this is a joyous occasion," My mother pointed out
Hannah's POVI sat on the swing rocking slightly as I took a sip from my glass of champagne, loving the fact that the trees and the night's sky worked together to shield me away from the crowds of people who were currently in the house, partying up a storm.I looked down at my feet that were pressed into the floor, knowing I would have to spend the night here since
Hannah's POVI laid there watching as she slept, she looked absolutely beautiful, carefree and peaceful. It was a pleasant sight since I hadn't seen her like this in long while no matter how much I tried, she was always in a bad mood leading up to her wedding and on the day there was nothing but anguish and longing present in her eyes.I could've fooled myself into
Hannah's POVI stood there placing more goods in the cupboard, ignoring the elephant in the room as I did so. She had been quiet since we left Walter's house. I knew I had overstepped last night, I wanted to apologize but I didn't know where to start, she was a married woman for God sake and I couldn't push away my emotions to respect the union she had with Claude.
Patience's POVI continued down the dirt path, with Claude by my side, it had become a habit, a part of my daily routine. This walk was where Claude would discuss the events that happened the day before since we rarely got time together because he was always busy with 'man's work' as well as the furnishing of our new home.It had been two days since I had last seen
Two Weeks LaterHannah's POV"I don't think women should have the right to vote," Mr Walters confessed, Lydia and her husband Ralph Edmund agreeing silently and I looked over to Patsy who was standing to the side, I smiled at the fact she couldn't keep the l
Hannah's POV"Pull" I called out and he did, I watched as the bottle entered the sky before I pulled the trigger breaking it into pieces.I began reloading my gun as footsteps approached pulling my gaze to the creator of the sound.