I was in a positive frame of mind as I lay on my back on the wheeled maintenance trolley, nonchalantly surveying my surrounds for the hundredth time when the door at the far end of the room opened, complaining on its hinges. To my surprise, it admitted not the familiar corporation of the Minister but an unexpected site in the form of the most exquisite pair of legs I'd seen in a long while.
The train rattled and groaned again into motion. It must have been at least 2 stops later or else an indeterminate time before I risked turning over on to my other side to face her. I feigned sleep. Squinting, I saw that she was reading a large book, the title of which was indiscernible. Anyway, the book hid her face; only the hair and the top of…
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