Harry, the chauffeur, calls Sunny to tell her that Brad, her philandering husband, knows she has run away and he asks her if she is coming back:
“No, Harry, he’ll have to handcuff me and take me back by force,”
she said with heat in her voice, color heating her cheeks, her free
hand tightening into a fist.
“Oh, Miss, he isn’t going to like that at all! I wanted to warn you, Miss.”
“Thanks, Harry, please don’t tell anyone.”
“I won’t, ” said the chauffeur.
As soon as he hung up the phone, Harry pulled a slip of
paper out of his pocket and dialed the number on the paper.
“Is this American News tip line? Yes? How much do you pay
for tips? Oh, well it’s about the impending divorce of two rich
people…one a famous artist…yes. I see. Of course. You can
make a check out to me, Harry…"
A little more about "Sunny Days, Moonlit Nights"
Will the tabloid be interested in the story of the runaway wife? You betcha! What will their nosing around do to Sunny's life, her relationship with Mike? What about Brad, he hates negative publicity. And after all this time building up Sunny's reputation, how does he feel about American News exposing his life?
Who will suffer the most from this "tip" Harry sold to the paper?
You'll have to read the book to find out.
Read reviews on my website: website
Barnes & Noble
BACK TO SIX SENTENCE SUNDAY: