I’m A Hitman Episode 34


Jayden’s pov

“No, I guess I’m attracted to you Kimberly.” I concluded.

“You’re what?” Her eyes dilated in shock.

“Hey! Don’t be surprised. It’s just a normal attraction, okay? Normal attraction.” I cooed.

“Yeah. I was starting to think of something else. Anyways, I wanna have fun right now.” She pouted.

Kimberly’s pov

When he told me he has attraction for me, my heart couldn’t help but skipped. Thank God it was a normal attraction.

But what kind of a normal attraction?

Shortly, the car came to a halt and we got down from it. The place was breezy and I love it. I could see the sad face of Jayden as he looked around.

The place can be called a garden. Few people were there too.

“You look so moody.”

“Yeah. I remembered something.” He cooed a reply.

“Can you tell me or I should mind my business?” I asked.

“Here is where I and Jessica do come whenever we want to have fun. But she’s dead now. Mom already told you that.” He replied.

“She told me. I’m sorry about your father and Jessica.” Thats just not easy to lose someone. Two love ones at the same time.

I only lost my mother and the pain is still there. What if I lost my father? I would have died. But here’s Jayden, trying to be strong for others like his mom.

“You don’t have to be sorry. Or are you the one who got them killed?” His reply was damn sharp.

“No, I ain’t the one. Let’s just find somewhere quieter than this place. I might sleep.” I pouted my lips and dragged his arm for him to follow me.

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We got to a quiet place and sat down. “Have you dated before?” He threw the question.

“Yes. But Martin was a jerk. I caught him with so many girls on his bed. Well, he’s my first and last boyfriend. I don’t have time to date boys now.” I said.

“Is he still alive?” He asked and I gave him a glare.

“What? Don’t tell me you want to ki*ll someone?”

“Nope. I was just thinking, all untrustworthy boys should die.” With a shrug, he said.

“You’re going to ki*ll him?” I scoffed.

“Nope. Or should I ?”

“Don’t ki*ll him. Even I had the chance to kill him but I didn’t.” My chest was raising up and down heavily.

“I think I like you.” He blurted.