Drabble: Seeds of Doubt

Genre: general, family


She was his twin, his support, his partner in crime, his other half.

According to this report, she was also the mastermind behind the unexplained losses in their company.

It wasn’t the first time she had been accused of underhanded dealings and questionable intentions. She was always proven innocent in the end, except for a few investigations that ended without a clear conclusion.

Was his sister actually doing something malicious¬†or was someone else trying to drive a wedge between them? He didn’t want to suspect his sister of betrayal, but every accusation planted another seed of doubt among the weeds that had already grown in his mind.

This had to stop. Before his trust shattered completely. He called his sister before he changed his mind.

“Hey, sis. Free for dinner tonight?”



Posted on March 3, 2017, in Short Stories and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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