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Little Devil


By


Susan Hart


Copyright 2014 Susan Hart


Smashwords Edition




Long legged, lightly sun kissed Lisbeth Goldfarb, wore a light grey dress, a chagrined expression on her heart-shaped face. and her long legs were crossed at the knees. Her feet in black strappy high-heel sandals bounced up and down in a provocative manner as she disagreed vehemently with the author of the WWII history book.

Even though sitting straight up in her blue side chair on the Blue and White bullet train home, her gray sheath dress took on the erotic shape of a wrap around dress when she turned ever so slightly to read the right page.

Wraparound dresses gave the wrong impression and Lisbeth never wore one, not even in her wildest fantasies. She considered herself orderly, a believer in the shipping container business of which she was a legal advisor. She often did analysis and evaluations and gave trust worthy advice to the company on contract mergers.

Most people on the train, other businessmen and businesswomen mostly, left her alone. Everyone knew everyone else's train routine. It didn't matter if Lisbeth was lonely and felt a bit alienated. An advent saver, she soon save enough money to buy her new luxury car outright and that meant even less chance of meeting someone to love.

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