Tuesday’s Word

something that is fusty smells old, dusty, or damp

I dart a look at the doorway, again, though this time it’s not because of the noise. It can’t be because of the noise. His voice is barely above a whisper – my breathing sounds louder than him. But, oh, the words he’s saying. Those filthy, forbidden words, in a fusty old place like this …

 Stein, Charlotte (2013-01-24). Addicted (Mischief Books) (Kindle Locations 1799-1802). HarperCollins Publishers. Kindle Edition.

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