Nice plot and likable main characters. The only *eye-rolling* moment I had was that even though Tina was a minor character, I found it unnecessary for her to be the stereotypical blonde bimbo. (I just have a slight aversion to stereotypes). But overall, cute short story.
This is a sweet and simple love story. The storyline develops very nicely all the way through and keeps the reader hooked on to it. Although, I could guess what’s going on, but it still was very exciting and gripping. The emotions were explored in just the right amounts for all the characters. This makes a pleasurable read.
Nice job Naya Nikki 🙂
Even though he lived next door, I could never speak to him. Maybe I was just too nervous, too shy. His graceful fluidity of movements and poise captivated me in ways I couldn’t grasp. The one time I mustered enough courage to talk to him, I knew this memory would last me a lifetime.
I returned from my internship that summer to find that he had moved out. I knew I would search for him. I tried for an year and gave up. Three years later, I saw him at the subway. I didn’t realize how fast I dashed towards him. He instantly recognized me and I felt I had found everything! We stood there talking, not really knowing what to talk about. The world around me just melted away and time stood still. Then she came along and put her hand on his arm. He said, “Meet Janet, my wife”.