Clark’s fingers brushed titles by Natalie’s beloved Lowcountry authors. He browsed the library’s aisles, inhaling book fragrances and sensing traces of her. Literature. Lavender.
Clark approached the librarian. “Library card, please?”
Instead of golfing, Clark returned home and placed his books on Natalie’s empty night stand. He read through midnight.
Jennifer Smith is a retired elementary school speech-language pathologist. She writes stories inspired by her small town southern life. Residing in Rock Spring, Georgia, Jennifer enjoys walking in beautiful places and listening to audiobooks.