Well-written, and moves along at quite a brisk pace. I certainly don't have any major criticisms, but you might want to tighten up in one or two places. For instance, the following:
'Wracked by anxiety, she followed the tracks in the snow, so much like breadcrumbs leading to and from her own infidelity. She was a nervous wreck, but there wasn’t much she could do about it now.'
Two references to her emotional state so close together; one would do.
Some other, very minor stuff: the 'lying cheating whore' refrain became a bit tedious for me. Also, you use a lot of dashes.
But like I said, nothing major to pick over here. Good work.
There is nothing more overwhelming than this attraction of the abyss - Jules Verne
Last edited by Leila; 10-27-2017 at 06:34 AM..