Alphas Virgin Stripper EPUB & PDF – eBook Details
- Author: Havil Worth
- Language: English
- Genre: Romance
- Format: PDF / EPUB
- Size: 1 MB
- Price: Free
All we had
Words Count: 1504 | Released on:08/06/2022
There are moments that shape the life of a person. Moments that can make or mar who you are,
and who you forever will be. This, was mine.
My mother was in the middle of a story about my father, she adored him and loved to speak of
him, I did not understand why then. But, she called it love. Suddenly, the door burst open and my
father’s tall and lean figure, staggering past the door was the first thing my eyes met.
His eyes did not meet mine. He was too busy frowning at my mother. The look on his eyes
instilled fear in me. I tilted my head to stare at my mother, I saw the dread in her eyes too.
“What are you still doing here? I thought I warned you to disappear before I return?” My father
barked at her. His voice thundered, resonating from the walls of the room.
My mother kept her head down in silence.
In that moment, I thought it best to pay attention to what was happening. As he strolled – rather,
stomped – into the room, the ever familiar scent of booze filled our small cubic parlour. He was
From the darkness, female fingers polished with red paint clasped my father’s shoulders.
Something in his gaze relaxed as he brushed his hands over the fingers, caressing it gently. I had
never seen him touch my mother like that. I stole my gaze away from my father and fixed it on
the woman. Brown eyes, shaped like those of a cat leered at me, filled with so much contempt.
The coldness caused me to look away. I turned back to my mother, she rose to her feet, my
father’s tall frame hovered above her.
“Jesse, you’re drunk.” She said calmly,
He trotted towards her, the strange woman followed him behind. He stood in front of her, his left
hand grabbed her chin and jerked her head up, to face him.
“I may be drunk now, but I wasn’t when I specifically asked you to take your filthy children
away from my house!”
He threw her face to the right, I could hear my mother’s neck snap – a soft, yet painful sound to
” Leave me alone, woman! I’ve had enough of you in my house. Pack up your things and leave!”
She often said he loved her, but there was nothing loving about the way he yelled at her.
Mama wasted no time in snapping her neck back into place. The fear in her eyes could not be
mistaken for anything else. She shook her head vehemently as tears streamed down her eyes. She
subconsciously pulled me to her back and stood in front of him.
For More Read Download This Book