Chapter One** 7 months earlier **My fingers started tapping the table nervously. I was waiting for my date to arrive. We decided on something simple for our first meeting. I had been talking to this really sweet older guy online for a few weeks now, and now I was just so eager to meet hi
Chapter TwoWe sat down at a random table and he asked me what I wanted to drink. I told him just a simple Coca Cola with no ice but a straw and he headed to the bar. I couldn't help but look him over as he stood and waited to be served.
Chapter ThreeI walked in and instantly felt that familiar feeling of loneliness. I lived by myself and my parents and well... My whole family were back in the midlands. I had moved down to the South-East for a job last year. I did enjoy what I do and how I lived, but at the same time...
Chapter FourThe next morning, the sun coming through my windows, filling my room with a blindingly bright light woke me up. It wasn’t until I rolled over and checked the time that I realised how early it was. That’s one thing I h
Chapter FiveI didn’t even know how to respond. I instantly felt like I had my time wasted. It felt like it was already a rollercoaster ride and we only met in person and had our first date yesterday. First, he’s late, then we had a gre
Chapter Six** A Week Later ** Chapter Seven‘Where are we going?” I asked, looking out the windows, trying to see through the darkness. I lived around here, but for the life of me, I had no idea what would be this way and why he would be taking me.
The Paramedic Chapter Seven
Chapter Seven‘Where are we going?” I asked, looking out the windows, trying to see through the darkness. I lived around here, but for the life of me, I had no idea what would be this way and why he would be taking me.
Chapter EightI stayed quiet for the rest of the ride to the bowling alley, which was, annoyingly, longer than I expected due to the traffic jam. By the time we got there, we only had an hour, so we just paid for our lane and headed off to play.