She was walking with her eyes fixed on the road. Zero visibility in darkness only increased her speed. Home was still a few miles away. She hated darkness yet here she was fighting her darkest demons.
She could hear some foot-steps behind her. She quickened her pace, her heartbeat racing now. She could hear the footsteps fasten too. She wished she could fly to reach home faster.
“Hey Shreya!” voice came from the direction of the footsteps.
Recognizing the owner of the voice, relief washed over her.
“You scared me!”
“And you scared me when you took this route alone!”
My theme is READER’S IMAGINATION: you hear a book’s name and your imagination takes you the world of your own. The world your imagination creates which is totally different than the world which author has created in the book.
Zero Visibility- Sharon Dunn
Merci Carson doesn’t have a clue—but she knows she owes her life to the quiet man who roared to her rescue in his snowmobile. EMT Nathan McCormick is used to handling challenging situations, but between the unexpected blizzard that stranded the lovely student and the desperate men chasing her, he has his hands full. Yet for Nathan, failure is not an option. Merci’s bravery and kindness challenge his guarded heart, bringing every protective instinct forward and making him start to hope for the future. Together, they could be something special—if they can solve the mystery in time.
Linking this with A to Z Challenge
5 thoughts on “Zero Visibility”
Glad she was safe, although maybe next time a good idea not to take a risky route home! 😉 <3
Love it. I was carried along with her on the dark road.
alone and hearing sounds is a scary business. Glad it was someone he recognised
It’s good to know there is someone who cares. Nice story. Congratulations for finishing the challenge.
Good one there. Congratulations on completing the challenge Nibha 🙂