Beauty And The Beast

Beauty And The Beast – Part Three

The first month was the hardest.  Erhuvwun woke up to the realisation that she’d married a stranger, and the scarier part of that was the meaning of marriage, rather than the fact that he was a stranger.  In every respect, she had been sold into bondage, and she was only now realising the value of her freedom.

Amadi had expectations of a wife.  Great expectations, which she tried to meet, often to her displeasure and sometimes disgust.  He didn’t care for her opinion, nor for her to do anything that she hadn’t already sought approval for.  He told her what he wanted to eat, how he wanted it prepared and cooked, and when, where and how he wanted it served.  When he was satisfied, then she ate, and quickly too…


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