SETTLED IN SAND by CANDICE CHRISTIAN

Bridget lacks self-confidence. Relationship issues have plagued her. And she has been bullied. Until Eleni bumps into her car and Bridget snaps.

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Bridget is a lesbian with little or no self-confidence. She became a fitness instructor to help her overcome that flaw. But try as she will she has issues with her relationships, people tend to bully her and she escapes reality by way of self-gratification

She has learned to compensate for her problem, for a long time. She knows it’s a serious issue that she will need to resolve some day. But what can she do. The answer comes when Eleni runs into Bridget, literally while talking on her cell phone. Bridget tries to explain where the fault lies, but Eleni is hearing nothing of it.

Eleni, instead, proceeds to humiliate Bridget in the middle of a busy intersection and implies that Bridget likes it, and that Eleni will provide all the humiliation she needs. With the help of her husband. Speechless, Bridget watches the strange woman drive away not before telling Bridget, she and her husband are billionaires and will fix the car.

Eleni has plans of making poor Bridget her pet, for both her and her husband to toy with. What they fail to realize is that Bridget has had an epiphany and her plan is to get revenge on Eleni and put her in her place. And she knows the perfect place.

 

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2 thoughts on “SETTLED IN SAND by CANDICE CHRISTIAN

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    1. I can only relate my own experience. I have found the best tactic is to go for the cheap. Especially if you are just starting out. Hopefully you blog has a defined niche, and stick to it. Then you have to spread the word, via social media. Facebook, find groups into your niche. Twitter and then go to a working on a website. The website will help you build a mailing list to let your followers know what you are up to.

      One final word, stick too it, be consistent and remember running a blog takes time and effort. Good luck.

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