The Big Uneasy
The Sequel to the best selling Novel, The Road Ahead
They say opposites attract, but can lightning strike twice?
Rebecca has convinced Arabella to accompany her on a trip to New Orleans. Both women are struggling to figure out their new relationship as Rebecca gives Arabella the space she requests, and Arabella comes to terms with her unexpected feelings for the younger woman.
Meeting Rebecca’s friend, Jenn, gives them the chance to learn more about each other. While Jenn starts to fall for her own older woman from out of town.
It was another blisteringly hot day on Bourbon Street. The broken red tiles of the sidewalk were soaked with rainwater from one of the frequent and much-needed storms that were common in New Orleans during the height of summer.
The thirty-minute downpour had done nothing to cool the air. Early morning tourists walking up the iconic street complained about the unforgiving heat, but locals like Jenn Cook were simply happy for the brief respite the storm had offered. Even if it was hardly noticeable now the rains had stopped.
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