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Ashton pulled herself up on our branch and sat down. Until now. Sitting here looking at her, my chest literally hurt. Ashton was no longer mine. This was where it all started. It was fitting that it ended here too. I loved that look. It was adorable. I just wanted her to say it out loud. It was time we cleared the air for good.
Standing up, I made my way over to where she sat on the limb but not before noticing the audience hidden in the darkness. It figures Beau would have come looking for me too.
I had a concussion alright. I skipped the rock I held in my hand across the water.
He must have admitted to bashing my head in. I was shitty to you all week. Seeing everyone treating her so cruelly, while I sat back and did nothing, would haunt me for a long time.
Honestly, Beau beating the crap out of me was a relief. Having someone physically beat me was a nice release. Breathing was becoming more difficult. Even before that, we were friends. The best of friends. It was wrong. I also knew you loved him, more than you did me. I was jealous. I wanted you for myself. So, I asked you out. Without going to Beau first, never once asking him how he felt about it.
You accepted and just like magic, I broke up the bond you two had. Beau was my friend and you were my girlfriend. It was as if your friendship had never been. I was selfish and ignored the guilt until it went away.
Only the times I saw him watching you, with that pained needy expression, did the guilt stir in my gut. It was mixed with fear. Even pushed it away when my conscience nagged at me. Watching Ashton transform her personality and never saying one word to stop her.
All of it. This was all my fault. Would I always love her like this? Would I spend my life paying for my sin by living with the constant pain in my chest? I wanted to be good enough for you. I wanted to be the good girl you deserved. I was the one who let you change. I liked the change.
It happened. I never meant to hurt you. I made a mess of things. You can get back what was lost. It was time I let her go. Today, he hardly acknowledged me. He only spoke to me when he was making a point to everyone else; I was to be left alone. Not even when he knew I was watching him. Jumping down from the limb, Ashton stood on her tiptoes and wrapped her arms around my neck for what I knew would be the last time. Your acceptance means the world to me.
But right now, he needs you. The pain was almost unbearable now. Reaching out, I played with a lock of her hair. Create a free website or blog at WordPress. - [ protected]. Total 51 s: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Next.Read the vincent boys online free
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