Edith: The fire started slowly, but as soon as it hit the gasoline I’d poured onto the water, I watched as the whole damn marina went up, and Kenny with it. Good damn riddance.
Liz: He needed a fast exit out of town, and one of these boats was it. Good thing there were plenty to choose from.
Barb: At at precisely 5:32 am, I heard a scream, and then a splash.
Sherry: I’d been wondering what the eerie white light coming from the boat was all night. This morning I headed over to find out.
Julie: They promised that she would eventually stop glowing. But here it is, day three, and she’s still a human nightlight. Next time some guy offers us Sparkle and Shine Moonshine out of the back of a van, we really need to walk away. The neighbors are starting to talk.
Jessie: Kevin should have thought twice before he drained our joint savings account to buy that sailboat. He knows darn well the trouble I have with sea sickness.