The Deal

She sold what wasn’t hers for a lie, and that should have been the end of it. But when the creditor came to collect, she panicked, not for the sake of losing her child, but for the fact that her dishonesty would be on full display.

Whether inherited or not, it was an ugly trait to expose, and she wanted to avoid that at all cost.

It cost her a good messenger and a tired mind, but she finally learned the name of whom she was dealing with, and learns the lesson that face and reputation are two things people will die for.

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