Friday Fictioneers Flash Fiction Story for Feb. 23.

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Genre: Contemporary Fiction (I call it mundane fiction))

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Marie parked and prayed. Ten houses matched their specs, but Miss Picky said no to all, one because of a mad ghost. A ghost. What a nut case. This one was perfect.

“Jen, this home has your ideal kitchen, and Chris, your work shed.”

“Sounds promising.” He smiled

“Y—“She stopped and stared.

Marie tracked Jen’s gaze to a single dead rose balancing atop its stem.

Jen shook her head hard enough to send her sunglasses flying. “I can’t. It has bad juju.”

“What?” Marie chomped her lip

“That’s a warning from Grandma. I trust my signs”

Chris held her.

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