The Girl on the Corner

by John E. Jay

Copyright 2012 John E. Jay, all rights reserved

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All characters in this work of fiction that are depicted engaging in sexual activity are at least eighteen years old. Nothing in this story is intended to depict any actual person living or dead or any actual event. Any resemblance to actual persons or events is purely coincidental and completely unintended.

The Girl on the Corner

Evelyn was standing on a corner outside the rundown building that housed what she had been led to believe was a modeling agency, holding her portfolio that no one had even taken the time to really look at. She’d paid her bus fare to come to the city and she’d paid the photographer for the photos in her portfolio so she had no money and she knew absolutely no one in the city. She was afraid, and she had no where to turn.

She longed for the warm bed in her room at home and wondered how things had gone so terribly wrong. It had sounded so easy. She would go to the city. The model agency would give her a contract, and she would become rich and famous. She would have handsome men taking care of her in every way. Perhaps she would even meet her prince charming and he would take her to shows and parties. She would eat in fine restaurants and wear beautiful clothes. They would live in a penthouse apartment and everything would be grand.

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