Parfitt’s Island – a chronicle in four parts: Part Four.
Author’s note: this episode contains some eroticism and political incorrectness, so it probably isn’t for everyone, but I did warn you about that, didn’t I? All dun in fun (or done in fone). I hope you enjoy. In Julian Parfitt’s ‘Oval Office’, an agreement with the UK Government was finalised with almost indecent haste. After…
Parfitt’s Island – a chronicle in four parts: Part Three.
There was little about Rowena’s island house these days to remind her of its crofting roots: in the space of a few months she had installed central heating, a kitchen the mere contemplation of which would have made her blush not so long ago, triple glazing, and many other features of the cossetted life. All-in-all,…
Parfitt’s Island – a chronicle in four parts: Part Two.
Prince Fuisal was something of a disappointment to Rowena: she had anticipated a thobe of flowing white, a ghutra and a beard. Instead she got a rather affable young man in a business suit, with very little hair at all. Nevertheless, she caught herself curtseying as he greeted her. “Your Highness!” “Ah yes. This is…