Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Sixty Two

Chapter Sixty Two “Daaem will be here in fifteen minutes,” Iman announced happily. Aabirah’s head snapped up and her journal tumbled from her lap down to the floor. “What?” she gasped. “Why didn’t you warn me?” “We weren’t sure he’d agree,” Iman admitted. “I didn’t want to get your hopes up.” Aabirah looked down at … Continue reading Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Sixty Two

Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Sixty One

Chapter Sixty One A few nights later, Iman waylaid Aabirah on her way up to bed. “Is everything alright?” she asked worriedly. “You’ve been quiet these past few days.” Aabirah was mortified. “Aabirah? Tell me what’s wrong,” Iman pleaded. “I can’t help if I don’t know what the problem is.” “I – I’m jealous,” Aabirah … Continue reading Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Sixty One

Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Sixty

Chapter Sixty Aabirah felt off. She hadn’t realized how attached she’d grown to Jake until the time had come to say goodbye. They’d gone their separate ways at the airport – which had taken some convincing from Jake. Aabirah hadn’t wanted to leave without him but the burly man had insisted that his job was … Continue reading Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Sixty

Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Fifty Nine

Chapter Fifty Nine Aabirah stared down at Iman where the other woman crouched in front of her. “I can’t,” she whispered, years of manners warring with her own desires. She wanted to. She wanted to accept Iman’s offer and let the other woman take care of her. ‘You can’t intrude! Don’t be such a fucking … Continue reading Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Fifty Nine

Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Fifty Eight

Chapter Fifty Eight A knock at the door made Aabirah lift her head. The low-level fear that she’d been carrying ever since that day began to grow. Jake was home and she’d never given her address to a single person. Out of the corner of her eye, she watched Jake get up and walk towards … Continue reading Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Fifty Eight