The Truth Inside
by Trish Edmisten
Now for an Excerpt!
“You really think I’ll win?”
Natalie gave him an incredulous look. “You know I do.”
“I’m asking your opinion as a serious sports analyst and not my girlfriend.”
“Oh, well, if you’re asking me to be a serious sports analyst, then no, you have absolutely no chance,” Natalie joked. “You do know why Davis is called ‘The Machine’, don’t you?”
Nate pretended to look thoughtful. “Um, because he’s in good shape?”
“I’m afraid not, sweetie.” Natalie shook her head as she gave him a pitying look. “It’s because when he goes on the offensive, he unleashes one punch after the other until he takes his opponent out. Punches in bunches.”
Nate laughed. “Punches in bunches, is that the Dr. Seuss school of commentary?”
“Yes, it is. I actually took a class on it last semester.”
“I’m guessing you passed.”
“I got an A without even trying and I’m not lying. I’m good at school. I think it’s cool. No matter the class, I always pass.”
Nate was laughing so hard, he couldn’t catch his breath while Natalie sat across from him wearing a smug grin. Damn, this girl was perfect.
About the Author:
Trish Edmisten is the author of several novels, including Extraordinary Will, a Reader Views Literary Award Winner. Her work has appeared in Writer’s Journal, Creative With Words and A Long Story Short. Besides being an author, she holds a degree in criminology. Trish lives in Fresno, California with her husband and their teenage daughter.
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