(Adults only) Wracked by more than regret over being three letters short of double D’s, a dumped and dowdy woman grieves a love she once thought would last forever. She’s a pro at collecting antiques, including the stained glass shards of her heart, but an amateur at photography and romance.Imprisoned in the past, she decides to take a nature break on hump day, ignoring the double entendre’s futility in her alienated existence. However, there’s nothing natural about the hamlet by the winding Panahuoca River. Stranger danger lies ahead. Ask yourself: Could it be in the form of a person, place or thing?Get swept away in this Gothic short story of obsessive love and memory --a black lipstick kiss to Edgar Allan Poe’s indelible legacy.