No Time Like the Present

Jon thought he was done with Pridemonte. Ready to leave for quieter meadows, he didn’t count on someone from his past throwing a spanner in the works. Would staying be a mistake? Or would leaving be a bigger one? Or perhaps it’s folly to think about the future as there really is no time like the present.

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