The Sister Chapter Three (General Hospital fanfic) now up!

and as usual here’s a sneak peek!

“Hey Mike”

“Oh hey Carly”

Vanity froze. She was here, her sister in the café. Slowly she turned around to see the woman
from the photo Ric gave her. She was even more beautiful in real life. Something about her seemed
to dominate the room.

Then Carly noticed the redhead in the room too and turned to smile at her

“You must be the new waitress I’m Carly Corinthos”

Vanity’s heart felt like it was going to explode, it beat so fast.

“Yes that’s me the new girl. I’m Vanity”

 

To read the full chapter or if you haven’t read chapter one and two yet click the link below

https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11776437/3/The-Sister

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