Welcome to Rainbow Snippets!
Every Saturday or Sunday those participating post and share six sentences of LGBTQIA+ fiction on their blogs. It can be your own. It can be someone else’s. It just needs to be LGBTQIA+.
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For my own, I’m going to continue a little further where I left off in At Her Service last week. This is a little longer than six sentences, but I thought some of you might appreciate the karmic reprisal the lady of the chateaux is enduring…;)
The looks became stares, but I was still the lord’s daughter. No, what I was doing wasn’t proper, but it wasn’t a servant’s place to question me either.
Not that it remained their place for long. Due to all the debts my father had acrued, the lady of the chateaux was forced to let most of the staff go.
“Why didn’t you let me know you’d borrowed this much money?” she wailed, waving a note under my father’s nose. “Why didn’t you tell me owed this much to Sir Bounderbust for what? Dauschaund racing?!”
“Hah, hah, the young prince can’t resist those weiner dog races and well, the court simply had to accompany him to the event.” My father let out a weak chuckle, only to start coughing. “I didn’t want to worry your pretty head with all this, dear. You seemed so happy to live in my chateaux, but you can’t help have noticed it’s drafty.”