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by K.HBey
Rated: E · Fiction · Romance/Love · #2212984
Camille meets Jimmy for the first time but she is surprised.

Camille feels something special but she has never trusted her intuition.
"Hi! Camille, you have to dispatch these cards to the employees, her boss says."
"Ho! Have you call Jimmy our partner, asks the boss."
"Of course, he will be here tonight, she responds."
The employees are glad because they are invited to the Valentine party.

Inside the drawer, she finds a big box-shaped into a red heart. She gives no importance to it. At midday at her break, she finds a bouquet of wonderful roses at the edges of the door.
"Wow roses!" She says.
Then she is caught by a recorded voice coming from the big box and that says:
"Hi Camille I am Albert! I have never forgotten you. Would you come to the party tonight? I would be there waiting for you."
Albert left four years ago because he wanted to build a new professional life and be wealthy.
She arrives neither to forget her love for him nor to forgive him.
Inside the big box, there is a small box too closed by a key. She takes it.

"At the party, Camille says, I am worried about Jimmy. He has always delayed his appointments with our company."

"Have you ever met him? Camille asks."
"Yes, of course, have you forgotten our last summer meeting in Florida, the boss responds."/i}

Finally, Jimmy comes. The boss presents him, Camille, .
Eyes in eyes, she looks at Jimmy flabbergasted." Albert? She says."
All memories are released at this moment and Camille and Albert seem alone in another world.
He brings with him the key of the box. In it, there is a wonderful golden ring with a shiny diamond. He offers it to her.
"Would you accept to marry me? Albert asks."

295 words

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