She was the girl that never fell in love. (Name), had experienced more times of hurt than anyone on this renown planet as earth.
She would never understand the mysterious thing that fused one soul to another.It was something she’d always suspected deep down.
(Name) had tried everything to rid her of this hateful bond with this emotion, the methods range from wishing on shooting stars to throwing coins into fountains. But it proved to her theory that life doesn’t work that way. She had poured her feelings out to her elderly mother, but no amount of reassurance could get her back on her feet.
In her private hours, dear (name) would stare at the little tornado of water at the drain to her bathtub, or the shadows thickening in the corners of her bedroom.
How (name) longed to feel.
She wanted the kind of love that would take her on her own personal rollercoaster of life. How she longed for a man that would strip away her defenses like silk garments, until at last she could surrender all of herself.
Back in the present, (name) sighed quietly to herself as she strolled along the streets. Unknowingly stumbling along a Restraunt. "It certainly wouldn’t hurt to take a peak." She thought silently. The wind chime make it’s usual tingle of melody as she stepped into
the store. Only to find an attractive lady, dark-haired and slim, with austerely perfect features and hazel brown eyes. "Miss? I’m amelia." She spoke in a monotony tone. The voice snapped (name) out of her thoughts. "O-oh! Sorry about that. What is this place?" (Name) shook her head. "It’s your average Restraunt, only we have butlers and maids to serve you." She continued. "How interesting..." (name)'s voice trailed off.
"You get to pick your personal butler or maid through this lucky draw. It has all the names of our butlers and maids, so who ever you pick gets to serve you for the day." She continued with no hint of excitement from her tone. "I’ll give it a shot." (Name) then dipped her hand into the box and shuffled her hand around in the box.
She fished out a card, on the card, it read...