wine soaked maiden’s frown

“Aah!” the girl squealed in a mixture of anger and surprise. Brian cursed at me. Horrified, I babbled embarrassed apologies to anyone who would listen. After muttering a few words under her breath, the girl looked up at me, shooting me a ferocious glare. Liz says I looked like a frightened rabbit. The wine soaked maiden’s frown slowly changed into a smirk. Finally, a seductive gleam sparkled in her sky blue eyes and she laughed. “It’s all right,” she said with a spirited shrug. “It’s been one of those days.”

Lord Malinov, Journals of Lord Malinov

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