Her stomach rumbled for the hundredth time making her give up trying to force herself to sleep some more when she was dying of hunger. She lifted the covers from her body and got up from the bed making the mattress creak under her. She didn't know for how long she had been asleep but judging from the moon illuminating the room through the still open curtains she guessed it was several hours.
She drew the curtains making the room dark from lack of any source of light and had to blindly find her way to the switch that was next to the door. Flipping the switch, she had to squint her eyes due to the much light that filled the room. When she had adjusted to the new lighting, she noticed she was still in the same red dress that now had wrinkles. She wondered if her aunt had already sent her stuff because she was starting to sweat under the material and she desperately needed a shower.
Her stomach rumbled again reminding her she had to get something to eat. She
Relaxing his shoulders, Cesar took a long sip of his steaming black coffee then settled back on his wooden seat . He absentmindedly flipped through the newspaper pages hopping to find something interesting. He settled on a page in the business section that seemed worth his while.Cesar had always had an everyday routine that he followed strictly. Wake up at 4.00 am, workout in the gym for two hours, take a shower then head to the office. Breakfast at home was optional. Depended on whether he was in the mood to whip something up or not.Today though it was different. He woke up at his usual time and did his morning workout. After he took a shower to rid himself of the sweat covering his body, he made his way to Talia's room feeling the need to check up on her since he didn't do it during the night.Careful not to make a sound, he turned the door knob and pushed the brown door open. It creaked in the otherwise silent house causing him to cringe. The li