Chapter Two Tommy unlocked the door to his cluttered apartment and stepped inside. The lights were on, which was strange because it was late. “Honey? Are you still awake?” he asked quietly. “Yes, dear. I’ll be in there in a sec,” a sleepy voice echoed from the bedroom on the far side of the apartment. “Okay. I’m going to make some coffee. Would you like a cup?” “Please?” Tommy set his things down on the table in the kitchen and walked to the coffee pot. He brewed a small pot of weak coffee. After pouring two cups, he turned around, and his jaw dropped. Standing in a skimpy nightgown was a gorgeous red-haired woman. She was tall and fit, and her green eyes shined with the glimmer of emeralds. Noticing his reaction, Victoria giggled. It was a sweet, beautiful sound like a bell ringing through the silence.  “You like what you see?” she said through a giggle. “Very-very much so,” Tommy set the cups on the counter and walked over to her. He wrapped his arms around her and kissed her deeply. She kissed him back with a smile. “And just why did I deserve that?” she asked coyly. “Because I love you, that’s why,” Tommy replied with a smile. “Oh really now? Then I guess I’m just going to have to do that again,” Victoria said as she kissed him again. “I’ll see you in the bedroom,” she said grabbing her cup of coffee. “I’ll be right behind you,” Tommy said forgetting all about his coffee. He kicked off his shoes and rushed to his bedroom. He shut the door behind them with a loud thump.  An hour later, they were lying in bed watching a movie when Tommy rolled over and kissed Victoria on the cheek. “Hey sweetie, I have something to tell you,” he said in a sleepy voice. “Oh?” she replied,” what is it?” “I’m going to be going away for a little while to look into something I found in some of my research. I could be gone for close to two weeks if what I think I’ve found is truly there, but it could potentially rewrite the history books.” “What do you think you’ve found? Where would you be going?” “I would be making a trip to an island off the Greek coast along with three of my students. I think I may have found a part of the ancient Greek civilization that nobody has seen in over a thousand, maybe even two thousand, years.” “That’s amazing babe! When would you be leaving?” “I would leave in a week or so, just as soon as I could get some things done at work and get our plane tickets.” “Well then, we have to make up for lost time,” she giggled and threw the blankets over the top of them. A terrible thunderstorm echoed in the distance.
Chapter Two

Tommy unlocked the door to his cluttered apartment and stepped inside. The lights were on, which was strange because it was late. “Honey? Are you still awake?” he asked quietly.

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Chapter two of the book I may never finish

Chapter Two Tommy unlocked the door to his cluttered apartment and stepped inside. The lights were on, which was strange because it was late. “Honey? Are you still awake?” he asked quietly. “Yes, dear. I’ll be in there in a sec,” a sleepy voice echoed from the bedroom on the far side of the apartment. “Okay. I’m going to make some coffee. Would you like a cup?” “Please?” Tommy set his things down on the table in the kitchen and walked to the coffee pot. He brewed a small pot of weak coffee. After pouring two cups, he turned around, and his jaw dropped. Standing in a skimpy nightgown was a gorgeous red-haired woman. She was tall and fit, and her green eyes shined with the glimmer of emeralds. Noticing his reaction, Victoria giggled. It was a sweet, beautiful sound like a bell ringing through the silence.  “You like what you see?” she said through a giggle. “Very-very much so,” Tommy set the cups on the counter and walked over to her. He wrapped his arms around her and kissed her deeply. She kissed him back with a smile. “And just why did I deserve that?” she asked coyly. “Because I love you, that’s why,” Tommy replied with a smile. “Oh really now? Then I guess I’m just going to have to do that again,” Victoria said as she kissed him again. “I’ll see you in the bedroom,” she said grabbing her cup of coffee. “I’ll be right behind you,” Tommy said forgetting all about his coffee. He kicked off his shoes and rushed to his bedroom. He shut the door behind them with a loud thump.  An hour later, they were lying in bed watching a movie when Tommy rolled over and kissed Victoria on the cheek. “Hey sweetie, I have something to tell you,” he said in a sleepy voice. “Oh?” she replied,” what is it?” “I’m going to be going away for a little while to look into something I found in some of my research. I could be gone for close to two weeks if what I think I’ve found is truly there, but it could potentially rewrite the history books.” “What do you think you’ve found? Where would you be going?” “I would be making a trip to an island off the Greek coast along with three of my students. I think I may have found a part of the ancient Greek civilization that nobody has seen in over a thousand, maybe even two thousand, years.” “That’s amazing babe! When would you be leaving?” “I would leave in a week or so, just as soon as I could get some things done at work and get our plane tickets.” “Well then, we have to make up for lost time,” she giggled and threw the blankets over the top of them. A terrible thunderstorm echoed in the distance.

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