Bus Stop Cinderella



Kat’s shoe was stuck in the grate.  The sky rumbled above, and it began to rain, a virtual deluge.  The perfect end to a perfect day.  She pulled at her shoe as heavy raindrops pelted her unprotected head; of course she’d forgotten her umbrella.  Completely drenched, she decided to abandon the shoe, limping as quickly as she could to the bus shelter.

“Is this yours?”  She looked up to see Liam, her handsome coworker, holding her battered, wet shoe in his hand.  She nodded.  He knelt and slid the shoe onto her bare foot.

“It fits.”

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