Second Novel: Tarnished Innocence: Chapter 4: Aunt Emerald

22 May

Brenda Chiatovich: - I created the concept of The Homewrecker series. A girl who has lived such a privileged life she does not even realize she is privileged. Now she must adjust to a world she does not understand and she has to face herself in the process.

Brenda Chiatovich:

I created the concept of The Homewrecker series. A girl who has lived such a privileged life she does not even realize she is privileged. Now she must adjust to a world she does not understand and she has to face herself in the process.

Tiffany Chiatovich Melendez: - Hello. I am Brenda's daughter. When my grand pop and my mom were deciding on a name for LC's arch nemesis they chose one of my nicknames, Peaches.  - In the second novel I appear again, this time as Sara, another of my nicknames.  - Sara is a fun character based loosely on my personality. Please, it is NOT biographical in any way. This is, after all, a work of fiction.

Tiffany Chiatovich Melendez:

Hello. I am Brenda’s daughter. When my grand pop and my mom were deciding on a name for LC’s arch nemesis they chose one of my nicknames, Peaches.

In the second novel I appear again, this time as Sara, another of my nicknames.

Sara is a fun character based loosely on my personality. Please, it is NOT biographical in any way. This is, after all, a work of fiction.

 

 

Aunt Emerald was her daring and boisterous self. As her mother pointed out Aunt Emerald was not a lady. LC’s mother, Amethyst seemed to be the only sister strongly imbued with awareness of forever being A Lady.

LC smiled. “Hi, Auntie Em.” LC had been calling her that since The Wizard of Oz had first been read to her as a little girl.

Auntie Em’s dark hair had one bright, pale green streak in it. She believed the answers to all of women’s problems lay somewhere in a beauty salon. She had an entire session planed out that she knew would make her niece feel better about everything. She set out to do LC’s hair and make up, then move on to manicures and pedicures, and she brought Rocky. The little golden chihuahua jumped out of Emerald’s bright green purse with the enthusiasm only dogs can generate towards those they love. Once again LC noted that Aunt Emerald was as far removed for LCs mother, Amethyst, as a woman could get and still be a sister.

Rocky was so happy to see LC he wagged his tail so hard it literally launched his hind feet up off the ground. He managed to say hello so hard with his tiny dog body that he took up the entire hospital bed to do it. When LC reached for him he went into such hysterics of motion she could not even pet him effectively.

You have to see the trick I taught him.” Beamed Auntie Em proudly.

Dutifully, like she had as a little girl, when Auntie Em was about to do something new and interesting, LC sat still with her arms folded, waiting expectantly.

Aunt Emerald set a cloth bag down, deliberately pointing the opening away from Rocky.

Looking at LC she winked.

TREAT.” She announced.

Rocky stopped his gyrations, one foot raised, looking at Emerald.

You do it,” smiled her aunt. “Watch.”

Treat!” announced LC, unsure what would happen next.

Rocky looked at LC. Cocked his head.

Treat.” She repeated.

Rocky looked all around. He moved part of the folded blanket with his nose. He sniffed near her feet. When he came to the cloth bag he examined it thoroughly. Discovering the opening he went inside. Soon he was dragging out a bag of his favorite doggy treats and taking them to LC to open for him.

How long did it take you to teach him that?”

Not long. You ready to look and feel like a woman who can take on the world again?”

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