Escape To The Country — Chapter 3

cover artwork — Berni Stevens

The man shrugged. “Tarragon seemed to think you’d like some help getting out of there.”

“He’s right, I would. Very much.” Now help was at hand, she’d stopped panicking and realised the mud was really only a few inches deep. That didn’t mean she wasn’t grateful to Tarragon for having drawn attention to her plight or for this man having responded.




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