Chapter Two

The Accidental
Turn of Events

The gurgling of the stream aroused a sense of tranquility within its immaculate surrounding. Alongside the embankments stood lush, green, and rare tropical plants, some of which were over seven feet. Their thick green foliage varying in shades of greenery reflected nature’s palette within its shades of green. The hotel was cylindrical, at twenty floors high. Its elevator stuck out like the mercury of a thermometer moving up and down at the building’s center. Its glass exterior gave patrons an ability to view the ground’s layout from different angles of the building. Rebekah fell in love with its mesmerizing beauty.

“Lucy, this is breathtaking! It is simply perfect. How did you find such a place? It’s magnificent!” Rebekah’s voice echoed with excitement.

Lucy smiled. “I had a business meeting here with some colleagues some time ago. Rebekah, the first time I came here, I too fell in love with the place.”

Rebekah continued, “The building looks unimpressive from the street, but upon entering… It leaves you breathless!”

Wendy, Rebekah’s friend, gasped, interjecting, “Ladies, I am at a loss for words! This place is quite extraordinary. Lucy, you were wise deciding to have the ceremony and the reception here! It’s ideal for the event!”

While basking in the atmosphere of its pristine beauty, the women continue their conversation, heightened by indulging in sumptuous meals sampled for serving at the wedding.


This series continues until November 30th, 2021. The book is available in paperback, Kindle, and ebooks on Amazon.

Thanks for the support throughout this journey. I must apologize for being slow on extending acknowledgments, but I assure you it’s not intentional. Thank you all!

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