“The Things We Do For Love”
For Henry, it’s going to be like walking into the twilight zone.
The odyssey beings at a place called Gringoes. , a place both think is the last place a potential customer would want to be seen, but, that is judging a book by its cover.
Both are going to soon discover there’s a lot more going on than what the eye can see.
This search starts out without a clear plan, and it seems that going in and directly asking for Michelle, which may or may not be her work name or any name for that matter, is going to raise a flag, and may have consequences.
And, Henry, having never been to such places, and despite everything he had read about them, and in that initial foray earlier, is no wiser on how to behave or how to approach the problem.
How much would the girls want just to talk?
It soon becomes a case of hot outside, the night is still simmering from the heat of the day, to hot under the collar inside.
Fortunately, Radly is known.
There are bouncers to appease, madams to charm, and girls to ask innocuous questions.
At least the Turk is not there.
Henry encounters a girl named Suzie, and it’s time for the first dance…
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