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The Spring Girl
Co-Writer MiracleMuse8*
Beta Reader Ria N. Chetty
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The Spring Girl
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Chapter 3
MiracleMuse8
Apr 15, 2018
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Leah looked around, startled. A girl who looked about her age descended the spiral staircase that encircled the room. Her snowy white hair was pulled into a bun that sat perfectly on top of her head, and she was wearing sunglasses with purple-tinted lenses. Her voice sounded like the song of a nightingale.26Please respect copyright.PENANAl18xLPHft4
            "I'm Cornelia." She said. "I'm the Winter girl."26Please respect copyright.PENANA6r3HXsnPdf
            "That's cool. Hey, I just made a pun! Get it? I said that's cool and you're the Winter girl!"26Please respect copyright.PENANA24pFNWNhT1
            "Yes, I get it. Here, let me show you your wing," With that, she led Leah up the stairs to the second floor.26Please respect copyright.PENANAGf3PMOEt47
            Since Leah was the Spring girl, she would be living in the East Wing, which was the best wing in the Seasonal Castle. The first room she was shown was her bedroom, which was absolutely amazing.26Please respect copyright.PENANAybzCSw4flh
            The walls were painted green with a pink flower pattern. The bed was king-sized, with green and pink fluffy-looking pillows. She saw a lamp with a frilly lampshade in the corner, and a wardrobe big enough to hold several outfits. Across from her, she saw pink-tinted glass doors leading to a balcony.26Please respect copyright.PENANAuomU49QRqK
            The next room she saw was her own private indoor garden, because she loved gardening. There were plants of every kind, from prickly cacti to climbing vines and delicate, fragrant jasmine flowers.26Please respect copyright.PENANAT7ZWWMLBgQ
            The third and final room was her personal lounge. There were no less than five sofas and couches, each one a different size and shape, ranging from a single-person recliner to the largest canape Leah had ever seem. A coffee table stood in the center of the sofas, and it was covered with her favorite magazines. In the middle of the coffee table was a bowl of Starbursts, but only the pink ones. The lounge was connected to the bedroom, so she could reach it easily.26Please respect copyright.PENANAJO1iqTOv99
            Cornelia had left. Leah felt tired after the trip, so she went to the bedroom, laya down on the bed, and fell asleep.copyright protection22PENANARaDIw7uXdp

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Comments ( 1 )

Ria N. Chetty - Oh my gosh, this story is so sweet, simple and pure. Love it!
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