Do Better by T.A. Pratt, part 3
Marla and Death go on their honeymoon. Marla's still not contrite for anything and now she has untold influence and even more defensiveness, hostility and indifference. Oh and she has a dark domain. A man tries to get rid of psychological resentment. Marla says down with that sort of thing. This was dull.
“They'd make sense thematically.”
“The happiest I would ever be,”
“Relive some nostalgia-soaked memory.”
Mother Of The Bride
This is a terribly written sub-competent story of Marla encountering her dying trailer trash mother.
“Anticipating a future.”
“Life of misery.”
Marla encounters demons. This was blah.
“Killing what you perceive to be monsters.”