Vivian chuckled, “I’ll marry you darling. I’ll bear our beautiful daughters and handsome sons.”
Dennis rose, walked across to her, pulled her gently to her feet and whispered, “You’ll bear our handsome sons first,” and Vivian started laughing. He joined her in the laughter, threw his arms round her shoulders and planted a passionate kiss on her lips, “I love you forever my angel.”
Vivian whispered, “I love you too my darling,” and she hugged him. After some minutes, Dennis gently pulled her away, slid his fingers
in hers and they strode hand in hand out of the restaurant, to the car.
The following week, Dennis introduced her to his parents who liked her at first sight and
immediately gave their blessings. They met with Vivian’s parents and also received their approval. Having got approval from the both
parents, they started making preparations for their wedding scheduled to hold in a month’s time.
One week to the The -Day, Dennis on hisway back from the office decided to stop over
at Vivian’s apartment unannounced. He found the door open, entered but didn’t find Vivian in the sitting room. He headed to the bedroom and surprisingly found her in bed with another man.
The trauma of that scene sent Dennis into comma and he was hospitalized for six months. The marriage was immediately
cancelled and Dennis vowed never again to have anything to do with any woman.
“Where’s Vivian now?” Alfred demanded, looking sorry for his partner.
“I’m not sure at the moment,” Dennis said with red eyes, “but I heard that after the man I caught her in bed with disappointed her, she became a prostitute.”
Alfred started to nod, “I think we’re gradually striking at something.” He took a sip of the drink and poured more quantity into the glass,
“Lucia was a prostitute and Vivian became a prostitute after she got disappointed.” He smiled and twirled the stem of the glass in his fingers, “The link or coincidence makes sense.
We’ve to find Vivian wherever she is. Do you have her address?” Dennis recollected for a moment, “72 Thomson Avenue. Let’s hope she still lives there.”