This is my seventh post from Just One Look, a novella sequel still being written. Drew is at the church where his sister's wedding is being held, watching the guests and the wedding party arrive. Michael's (groom's) older sister, the one he met the night before, has caught his attention, but his impression of Mia this time is ... well, I'll let the Six speak for themselves. This follows last week's post, so if you missed it, you can check it out below. Here are today's Six:
He remembered watching one of the old Godfather movies and ridiculing how, based on a single look, the youngest Corleone son had fallen in lust—maybe even in love—with an Italian girl.
His rational self argued it was crazy, beyond insane.
Still, he watched as Mia Alvarez totally disregarded formality, hair, clothes, and hugged the flower girl. No cold fingers, businessman's grip or primness about her.
It felt like getting shot in the gut again.
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