The Disappearance of Jennifer Douglas

I hope you enjoy this short free story.  I am just sitting down and typing.  What comes out will be the story.  It is a first draft.  SD Robb© all rights reserved.

All characters appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental. This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents either are products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

Jennifer and Brian were in love.  They had just come back to Orlando from a weekend get away in Miami beach.  They were engaged to be married.  The wedding was six months away.  Brian opened her door and took her hand as he helped Jennifer out of the car.  It was late at night and Jennifer had to go back to work the next day.

“I am really going to miss you.”  Brian said.

“Aw I am going to miss you too sweetie.”  Jennifer responded.

“I love you.  I fell more in love with you this weekend.”

“I know, me too.”  Jennifer said as they hugged each other.  Brian grabbed her bags and brought them up to her second floor apartment.  He set her bags down and came in for a kiss.  Brian had made Jennifer feel special.  He was a solid guy, who had strong character and values.  Jennifer adored his beautiful green eyes.  Brian loved Jennifer’s gorgeous long blonde hair.  Her long legs and pretty face made him weak in the knees.

Jennifer was the type of girl, who loved animals and she volunteered at an animal shelter most weekends.  While Brian was extremely attracted to Jennifer’s exterior it was her inside beauty that made him believe she would make an excellent partner.  Someone he could do life with.  Someone who would be the mother of their children.  He saw a lifetime of love and happiness in her eyes.

He kissed her.  The passion of young love filled their hearts as they embraced.  After a few moments, Brian said, “I will see you soon then?”

“Yes!  I can’t wait!”

“Let’s meet up for dinner Wednesday night.”

“Perfect.”  Jennifer said as they went their separate ways for the night.  It was the last time Brian would see Jennifer.


About sdrobbiswriting

Hey my name is S.D. Robb and I am a writer, blogger. I love writing action thrillers. This blog is dedicated to the fun and amazing world of writing.
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