Disney Storybits 76PLEASE READ THE DESCRIPTION BEFORE READING THIS STORYBIT!Disney Storybits 763 years ago in Romance More Like This
He's on his fifth cigarette and he's still irritable. What the hell was making his casino profits plummet so badly this month? He's already filthy rich, but it's never enough for him. The gears in his head click clack long, struggling to come up with new ways to draw in suckers. It never occurs to him that the problem was sitting on his lap, vying for his attention. She had also vied for his attention previous times in the casino, in very bloody, messy ways.
She lights his sixth cigarette. He thanks her with a grunt.
It had all been a game at first. Just earn his affection enough to be lavish with wealthy gifts, and once that well had run dry, go to the next man. Yet this strange, clumsy man played this game differently. It soon came to be that she wanted his attention even if it meant no gifts. It was startlingly easy to be jealous of anyone he looked at. So, on occasion, she resorted to different means of making sur
Disney Storybits 83PLEASE READ THE DESCRIPTION BEFORE READING THIS STORYBIT!Disney Storybits 833 years ago in Romance More Like This
Mickey wondered if it was possible to sleep sitting up. With the way his tutor was prattling on, Mickey wouldn't be surprised if he nodded off right there on the saddle. He had hoped that by combining the lesson with his daily horse riding regimen, the exercise would be enough to keep him awake. Alas, as they made their way around the castle again, the tutor wasn't any more interesting since when they started out. In fact, the tutor seemed to be more interested in his own words than making sure the young duke was paying attention. Mickey decided to test his theory, quietly encouraging his horse to trot away without the tutor noticing. It worked, and Mickey stifled a laugh at the ineptitude.
He only rode as far as the walls surrounding the castle gardens would allow him, and with a sigh, he dismounted. Maybe if it was just his tutor, he wouldn't find such enjoyment in getting away. The truth was that many people in his cas