After Wednesday: A Short Story

After Wednesday A Short Story Inside of every meek wife is a stranger you don t want to meet She d said please and stay in the same sentence Two words that challenged every strong willed woman in the most vulnerable way And as she

  • Title: After Wednesday: A Short Story
  • Author: Nakia R. Laushaul
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Inside of every meek wife is a stranger you don t want to meet She d said please and stay in the same sentence Two words that challenged every strong willed woman in the most vulnerable way And as she waited for her husband s response she stared at her coffee and never raised her eyes to meet his She was very aware of her emotions and she knew that whatever answer herInside of every meek wife is a stranger you don t want to meet She d said please and stay in the same sentence Two words that challenged every strong willed woman in the most vulnerable way And as she waited for her husband s response she stared at her coffee and never raised her eyes to meet his She was very aware of her emotions and she knew that whatever answer her husband gave she d accept it and she d be forced to deal with the consequences of his answer and her actions Will would only get one please and one stay out of her.

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    1. Wednesdays are more than just the middle of the week!Mara wants a baby. Will wants her to get over it. This story is very short, but hot damn, if it doesn't leave you wanting, needing more!Mara and Will appear to be the happily married couple, but appearances can be deceiving. Everything will be alright if only they could just have a baby, but Mara can't conceive, and Will is tired of trying. Or is this really the case? This story has more plot twists than 13 seasons of Dallas and Dynasty combin [...]

    2. After Wednesday was an okay read. It was easy to figure out what was going on but there wasn't really any sort of resolution. Mara didn't suffer any consequences for her actions and the story ended with someone knowing her secret. There definitely was an interesting story line but the telling of it was incomplete and rather anti-climatic. I guess I was expecting a bit more drama and angst. After Wednesday wasn't the worst story I've ever read but it wasn't the best either.

    3. Excellent ReadThis was an excellent read! It is a quick read, but I wouldn't have mind if the book was continued. (hint hint). I would recommend this book to others.

    4. Wow!This was a great read but just too short! I wanted so much more. I really knew how Mara felt when she truly discovered hidden truths about her husband Will and I knew she would retaliate but wow. The question arises how far would you go to get back your sense of dignity, your sense of belonging. I knew this novel was originally part of "The Funeral an Anthology" with 4 other authors and I wanted to read the entire novel that is no longer available but if the stories in that novel were anythi [...]

    5. After Wednesday was an okay short story to me. Although the characters were defined, too much going on in the short span of the book. Characters and scenarios were introduced near the end and left me wondering…who and where did that come from? To make the story flow, I think the author could have made this book a novella or full length novel.

    6. Nakia Laushaul has delivered another intriguing, page-turner of a story. Though short in length, it packs a powerful punch and left me with my mouth hanging open. This is a must read. Don't miss out on this one!Adrienne ThompsonAuthor of See Me

    7. After WednesdayWhy was this story short? I need more. What will happen to Wednesday and Mara? What's up with that picture? Great story, very intriguing.

    8. All I can say is if you have a tree in your possession that is rotten, maybe it just needs a little trimming. Gotta do what you gotta do. Mara, Mara, Mara.

    9. The endingWHAT??? If you're looking for a novella that'll leave your mouth wide open, then this is the book for you!!!

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