Out of the Bag

He hated cats, especially this one hiding among his books.  Millicent adopted it because she felt sorry for it.  She liked to rescue things and help people.  She was so good, it nauseated him.  Everyone said that he was lucky to have such a devoted wife but he didn’t think so.  If it weren’t for his career, he would divorce her.

There was a brown envelope on his desk.  He opened it and his face turned white. Inside, were racy photos of him and Yvonne, his Jamaican mistress.  But how…?  He read the note.  “Cat’s out of the bag, Judge.”

100 Words

This post is for the Friday’s Fictioneers hosted by  Rochelle Wisoff-Fields.  You can find this week’s prompt here. To read other stories or to participate, click here.

30 thoughts on “Out of the Bag

    1. I just thought that I would mention that his mistress was Jamaican. She’s the only one. He will be too busy dealing with a blackmailer to think about getting a new mistress. And, you’re right. He will have to find a new career. Thanks, James. Glad you liked the humour 🙂

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