Margaret looked at herself from the side and smiled when she realized that she'd won. After successfully having her doctor transplant her brain into her neighbor's daughter, she finally got away with the perfect crime. And the best part about it was that she looked absolutely stunning now.
From the luscious brown hair to the curves of her busty chest, the new Margaret felt perfect inside of Linda's young body. The shift from being a 52-year-old woman close to death to a 22-year-old retail employee should've scared anybody, but Margaret was looking forward to a simple life. Of course, stealing Linda's body meant the young girl having to lose her life, but Margaret wasn't going to let her new life go to waste. She fully intended on living life to the fullest to make up for the stolen life.
"I hope you don't mind me taking your body," Margaret said as she leaned into the mirror. It was almost like she was talking to the younger girl directly while she studied her stolen eyes. "I know I can be very selfish sometimes. But I promise I'll use you right." She smirked as her arms hugged her own body. The warmth and slimness made her gush with glee. "It's going to be so much easier with all the wealth that you've inherited, 'Linda.' With this body and my wealth, I can make a lot of changes in my life."
"Linda?" A deep voice called out from over her shoulder. "Who're you talking to?"
She spun around as her heart raced. Standing at the door was a tall, broad-shouldered man. She recognized him as Jesse, Linda's boyfriend. A smile crept over her lips. "Nobody - I was just talking to myself."
"Are you ready for work? I thought you had a shift today."
She stared at him in silence before nodding. She wasn't sure how she'd adjust to working her retail job, but she had a feeling she probably wasn't going to work there for much longer. "Yeah, I guess I'm ready for my shift. Let's see how I do." Her new boyfriend stared in silence before rolling his eyes and walking away. He didn't know it yet, but he was going to find out that his girlfriend was a whole new person for the better.
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