The Spy – part 5

Turns out I didn’t need to dump him cause he dumped me about a week later. After our Facebook ‘fight’ I didn’t see him again until the following Tuesday. I tried to orchestrate it that we would go back to his  so I suggested meeting in the city for dinner but he said that he…

The Spy – Part 4

And so it was we began dating. After our afternoon of pool and cider he came back once again to my bedroom and we did what all people do who are in the throes of new found lust. After, I cooked us some food: my pear, walnut and blue cheese salad with quick fried steak…

The Spy – part 3

The next morning I skipped into work. I walked down the road with a coffee in my hand feeling elated with life, new job, great date and it was a Friday. Happy Days! He texted me ‘Good morning’ and bid me a good day. His phone went into lockdown when he entered his work building…

The Spy – Part 2

The Date On the tube on the way to my rendevouz I got a message from him. “So sorry, running late, couldn’t get out of work, I’ll be there in 15/20 mins” Damn. This was disappointing. I hated being the first to arrive on a date. Trying to look demure and nonchalant took effort, and that…

The Spy – part 1

The Match This one fell into the tall, dark, handsome, shaved head and bearded category of my ‘type’. His photo selections were good. The first pic was of him smiling directly into the camera with a cheeky grin, one of him actively playing rugby, a group Rugby shot of him and his team, one of…

The Treadmill – Chapter 2

Steam rising and hissing, slowly the milk started to bubble in Tre’s silver jug. ‘Skinny cap with soy and a mocha frap’ he repeated as Sonya rattled through the ladies order at the till. God he hated Saturday morning shifts. By 11am all the women from the gym next door would totter in after their…

The Treadmill – Chapter 1

**Not really sure where I am going to go with this but thought I’d post some fiction for the craic – Ari xx**   Afterwards, Edie thought back to the times she had bumped into Nina, and wondered how many of them had been accidental. Suddenly, Nina just happened to be everywhere: in the supermarket…