Romantic fiction sample of work edited and proofread by Karen S. Cole
Sybil awakened to the streaming light flooding in – a beautiful present from a magical dawn. Gazing through the window, her eyes drank up this succulent, marvelous reality, which she could finally feel as being solely her own. It was no longer any old set of circumstances imposed on her by outsiders. It was what she truthfully deserved, what she had never ceased to believe could dwell proudly within herself. Like entering into a visceral dream, she knew it was what she was actually living, not merely dreaming.
The lilac of the lavender fields played bountifully with the blue of the noble sky, full of rosy and yellow clouds, where the majestic sun had begun to radiate toward her gaze with a new clarity. It spoke to her about the beginning of Infinity, where she’d always yearned to live.
The aroma of the flowers, enveloped in the fresh air of the new day, was a perfume bringing the most innocent, innocuous smile to her blushingly red lips. Who’d once said Paradise was only a fantasy? Whoever it was, the poor dear man had apparently lived in embittered self-deceit. Or, did he have an even stranger tale to tell?