“I’m sorry I haven’t checked up on you since you got back. I’m really sorry.”
He offered, I quickly took a seat still keeping my gaze on him.
“Don’t be sorry.”
I mouthed trying to sound plain but the mere thought of him planning something with Jenny makes me extremely angry so forgive me if my voice came out harsh and cold.
“I’m the one who should be sorry. I’ve bailed on you what, three times already.”
I chuckled lightly quickly clearing the tension.
“But still, I am sorry.”
“Well, I’m finally going to take the stand. We’ve been planning dinner for a long time so I think we should do that. After work?”
He smiled at me.
“Alright then. I’ll see you, goodbye Justin.”
I stood up, walked towards his door and went out.
I’ve been with men long enough to know when they’re making a play. Justin Dax wouldn’t be an exception. I just know whatever he’s planning involves me. I know it.
THREE YEARS EARLIER
It’s been two days since I quit my job. Ever since, the only thing I do all day is cry. I don’t know why but I can’t stop.
A part of me knows the truth, is my undying love for Van. He was perfect in every way imaginable. I loved him with all my heart and he crushed it.
The media outlet says they’re to be married in less than four months. Quitting was the best idea so why does it still hurt.
I tried searching for job but all I wanted was to work there.
Going back is stupid, crazy but I want to.
Van became obsessive, Possessive and arrogant so why do I still have feelings for him.
My tummy grumbled slightly, I reached from the leftovers from last night hoping they hadn’t gone bad, if they had I would eat them anyways.
I chewed slowly still keeping my thoughts on Van. The only thing I can do right now is move on.
I have no idea how that would be possible when he’s literally everywhere I go. I see him in everything I do.
Everyone reminds me of him.
I snapped my fingers and went to my safe, I checked the money left in my bank account and the one in my safe. It wasn’t much but enough to get me a plane ticket out of here.
I need to leave. If I stay, I might loose my mind. The only option is to pack my things and leave. I’ll go far away from here and clear my head. That’s the only way.
I went inside and immediately started packing.