Merchant of Venice Beach

Now that I’m finally done with Vows Of Heaven, I thought I’d resurrect another retelling from my past–It’s hard to get past the Bard πŸ™‚ This is Bartholomew asking his buddy Tony for yet another favor–

 

 

β€œDo you remember me telling you about joining that dating site for rich guys?”

I snorted around my mouthful, then swallowed.

β€œYou mean that one I gave you the membership fee for?” Bartholomew nodded.

β€œYeah, and guess who just joined and sent me an invite to meet?”

I shrugged my shoulders. I didn’t know where this was going, and I was getting a little bored with it all. Saying nothing, I raised my eyebrows.

β€œPorsche Keller.”

 

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11 thoughts on “Merchant of Venice Beach

  1. Hmm, I wonder if this Porsche Keller is someone they know, or just know of?

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  2. Porsche is the billionaire son of a billionaire mother, and he’s a frequent visitor in the jewelry store where Bartholomew works. He has a reputation in the press, but not as a playboy–a shy recuse, really. He’s my version of Portia from The Merchant πŸ™‚

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  3. So interesting I love where you’re going with this

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    1. Why thank you ❀ I did give this one a happy ending–not so much for my Hamlet, coming out later this week 😦

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  4. Nice! I like the sense of the relationship this snippet offers. Thank you for sharing. And Happy Writing!

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  5. Why thank you πŸ™‚ relationships are my favorite things to craft, I think πŸ™‚

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  6. Porsche Keller – what an awesome name! I can’t wait to read what’s next. πŸ™‚

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  7. Oh, this was so much fun! I DID give it a happy ending, though–I redeemed the homophobe πŸ™‚

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  8. Wonder if he’s as brash as his name…

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  9. LOL not really; his mom saddled him with it. He’s actually kind of shy and retiring, and wishes people would just want him for himself and not his money.

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