Thursday, April 19, 2012

q is for quid pro quo

A-Z CHALLENGE (hosted by a variety of writers) : April's task is to write something, anything using the letters of the alphabet as an inspiration for each post. In honor of one of my favorite authors, I will use Sue Grafton's title set-up: Q is for... R is for... S is for... (and so on.).

Hannah was a member of the Popular Club at Hollywood High. She looked like a Hollywood girl. She dressed in the same high fashion that all her friends did, carried the same too expensive for the average person purse, and drove a convertible black BMW. Hannah attended every party, and was invited by all the good looking boys from school to join them at the hottest celebrity-filled clubs.

Hannah's life was definitely exciting.

Or, so it looked from the outside.

Hannah may be living in the lap of luxury, but not by the standards one may assume. Hannah looked older than her 18 years. She was mature, and discreet. Her appearance worthy of a second look. She was lovely. High class mixed with a touch of innocence. The perfect piece of arm candy.

Men were willing to pay the price. To satisfy their needs, while enhancing hers.

Hannah was an escort for several wealthy older gentlemen. Men willing to buy her whatever she desired. In return, she had to satisfy them, in whatever way they desired.

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