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Jamaican Paradise part 2

By Crystal Widow All Rights Reserved ©

Humor / Fantasy


The story begins with a guy named Keon Lewis and a girl named Ariel Pax. He takes her out to her favorite restaurant—Jade Garden. While they were there, their friends—Trey, Niecy, Samantha, and Monterrious were spying on them. They were sitting one booth away from Keon and Ariel, with menus in front of their faces. While they were watching, Keon pulled a ring out of his pocket and asked her to marry him, and then she immediately said yes.

Keon and Ariel’s wedding took place on One Tree Island. It was very beautiful, and all of their family and friends were there. The groom’s men were Mikal, Steven Roscoe, Monterrious Taylor, and Willie (Trey) Miles. The bride’s maids were Samantha Lucas, Veronica Stanley, Niecy Lashell, and their new friend Katelyn Love. When it was time for the reception, which was at the same place, everyone had a good time. Everybody had a fun time playing games, talking to each other, and dancing.

The couple’s honeymoon was in Paris, France, and they took Steve’s private plane to get there. They spent two weeks there and had a good time enjoying the food, drinks, and atmosphere of Paris; and then, every night, they would cuddle together outside and watched the sunset and on every morning they would watch the sunrise.

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