By C. K. Kelly Martin
Natural. UNPLANNED. ideal. these have been Nick’s summer season plans earlier than Sasha stepped into the image. With the collateral harm from his mom and dad’ divorce nonetheless settling and Dani (his lady of the instant) up for almost whatever, issues are the very last thing he wishes. All that adjustments, notwithstanding, whilst Nick runs into Sasha on the seashore in July. unexpectedly he’s neck-deep in a courting and shocked to discover he doesn’t brain in the slightest degree. yet Nick’s global shifts back while Sasha breaks up with him. Then, weeks later, whereas Nick’s nonetheless reeling from the breakup, she turns up at his doorstep and tells him she’s pregnant. Nick reveals himself suffering once again to appreciate the woman he can’t cease taking care of, the lady who insists that it’s nonetheless over.
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How could this happen to me? I sit down in front of my bed and try to calm down. I can’t think about anything, not right now. No, that’s wrong. I need to think about something else entirely, something distracting. But that makes me think of Sasha too. I was just beginning to deal with the fact that I was an unwanted distraction. Do you know what it feels like to be an unwanted distraction? It was worse than never having been with Sasha. I’d sit there in law class, staring at the back of her head and thinking about all the things I would’ve changed about us.
I can tell you, his attitude was really starting to piss me off, though. The rules were bad enough. My towel was hanging around my shoulders, waiting to hit the sand, and I knew I should let it all go, but I couldn’t. “I get that he doesn’t trust me, but he doesn’t have to be a total dick about it,” I said. Sasha sipped her water. “Not everybody is like your parents, Nick. Some people can’t even have boyfriends at sixteen. ” No, I don’t know them. I just know Sasha and how much she’d hate to disappoint her father.
We have quite a distance to go,” Bridgette declares, flashing me her own special brand of irritation. ” I’m still holding the silent phone in my hand. It won’t ring again, not tonight, but I can’t fake it a minute longer. “Dad, we have to stop somewhere,” I plead. ” Dad looks over his shoulder at me, frowning. ” I point to the Burger King up ahead. ” he demands. He veers into the fast-food parking lot and that’s it—I throw my backpack over my shoulder and head for the door. I rush through Burger King, past the two waiting cashiers, and charge into the washroom, where I punch Sasha’s phone number into my cell and pace the littered floor.