Family Home

“I just want to get out of this town,” Shannon said. “Any place is better.” I scratched the back of my neck. “Where?” Shannon stroked her chin. “Ahh. Seattle. Let’s go to Seattle.” “And leave the South?” I raised a sly brow. Shannon blew out her lips then a smile tugged at the corner ofContinue reading “Family Home”

The Home

“Look, just as long as we’re together, things will be fine,” Jessica said, nibbling on my neck. “But…what about the big house we can’t afford?” I said. “This cabin is good enough.” Jessica took a few steps to a creak on the floor. “For now.” We both laughed hard. I couldn’t believe Jessica was thisContinue reading “The Home”

Creative

“You didn’t have to say it like that, you know?” I said. “How else was I supposed to tell you about the baby?” Alisha said. “You know how much I want kids.” “I don’t know — like a normal person,” I said. “You could have come running into the bedroom with a pregnancy test. AnythingContinue reading “Creative”

Let’s Do Something We Might Regret

“Let’s do something,” Jackie said. “Like?” I said. “Something…anything we might later regret.” “Woah, dude. Hold on. I’m still on probation for the time we broke into that church to have sex in.” “Don’t be a Debbie-downer.” “What are we talking — setting a house on fire kind of thing?” Jackie stroked her chin andContinue reading “Let’s Do Something We Might Regret”

You Win

“What?” I said. “Don’t look at me like that.” “Like what?” Jackie said. “I don’t know — like I’m some kind of a freak for wanting to be with Mary.” “What does she have that I don’t have?” Jackie asked with tears in her eyes. “Well, for starters, she isn’t you.” “Hate me that much,Continue reading “You Win”

More Than Anything

“If you’re going to leave, just leave,” I said. “You can keep the ring. I couldn’t take it back.” Jenna reached. “Keep it,” I said, pushing her hand away. “I’d be too embarrassed to return the ring.” Jenna sighed and looked down. “It wasn’t supposed to end like this.” “Remember when we didn’t have aContinue reading “More Than Anything”

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