From ONE NIGHT STRANGERS by Rebecca Dimyan:
“Her mornings were invariably vulgar: the stale smell of chardonnay, shadows of events tangled in her mind like post-coital bedsheets and the aftertaste of a stranger’s kiss. She knew that the colorful collection of discarded lovers she had amassed was neither socially acceptable nor healthy, even as indifference prevented her from taking any measures to curb her behavior.”
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