General Hospital Fanfiction Taster

So I have finally got round to writing my first General Hospital fan fiction. Below is a sample of chapter one

Mike gave her another once over. He was sure he could trust her and everyone deserved a chance to prove themselves didn’t they?

“Ok well congratulations then!”

Vanity stood up quickly staring in disbelief, knocking her coffee over from the sudden movement

“Really? Oh I’m so sorry”

Mike laughed

“It’s fine don’t worry just don’t do it when we have customers” he quickly cleaned it up with the cloth hanging over his shoulder

“Thank you so much you have no idea how much this means to me” Vanity spoke rapidly

“Can I ask you one thing? What brings you to Port Charles?” Mike asked the new waitress

“My sister lives here”


Read the first chapter here


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