The rain tapped the glass in the rhythmic dribble of trotting horses. Lina peered out into the street as the traffic came this way and that. In and out of the shop people would come and go, very rarely paying her any mind. Not that she expected anyone to pay her any mind. While she did have voluptuous curves she was very average at best. This suited her and made for her window seat all the more sweet.
The ring of the shop bell pulled her attention from the window to see a very interesting woman enter the shop. The woman looked Prussian and carried herself in a calm demeanor of a well educated lady. Before Lina knew what was happening the elegant woman insisted she come with her. Taking her to a carriage waiting outside.
They traveled for quite some time and ways before reaching their destination which appeared to be a merchants home. They entered the place and the woman took Lina to the drawing room where a young boy sat. He ran over hugging Lina with elation and swung her around. The