Amalia: A Novelette

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

Ralph Lauren Romance covered the room that night. She wasn’t sorry for what she did. She was relieved. Things had escalated, and the last straw had been drawn. It was time for her to wake up from her naiveté and show him what kind of a woman she really was.

Amalia was her name.

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When Amalia left her hometown and came to the United States, she was running away from the abusive, hurtful, and despicable hand of her father, the man who was supposed to protect her and her mother. She was afraid to even lift a finger, but there was a moment in her life when she had to take a decision.
Then she met Martin, a suave young man who wooed her with such delicacy that she was unable to say no. They got married soon after they met, which everyone found suspicious. Even Martin. It was true, she loved her, but he tried to understand why she wanted to get married too soon. He couldn’t.

2 reviews for Amalia: A Novelette

  1. 5 out of 5

    This is a very bloody short story. I love the gore. Also the fact that it is about an illegal immigrant hit close to home for me. Very little is known about Gabriel Lucatero. but for the looks of it, it seems like he has some hispanic background. Keep it up!

  2. 5 out of 5

    I agee with Andrea. The story is short but very good. I still dont know what that difference between novelete and short story is, but I guess it has to do with word count. Anyway, love the story!

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