My second Flash piece submission to Morgen Bailey.
Welcome to Flash Fiction Friday and the forty-third piece of flash fiction in this series. This week’s welcomes back Christopher Farley with his 727-worder.
He slammed the door, got into his car and drove like a madman from her house. He was sick of arguing, tired of continually being in the wrong and now he had had enough. Jo was good looking and had many admirers, sometimes to Mannie’s annoyance, but sex and a good looking girlfriend weren’t enough to keep him tied to a relationship that consisted of too much tension and too many fights. This one had ended physically, and after her various insults he had hit her. It was just a slap, he thought, as he left her holding the left side of her face.
The brake-lights in front flashed. Possibly Mannie was distracted. Guns n’ Roses were playing loud on the stereo. Possibly he…
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