Dirty Daddies by Jade West EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Status: Available for Free Download
- Authors: Jade West
- Language: English
- Genre: Contemporary Women’s Fiction
- Format: PDF / EPUB
- Size: 2 MB
- Price: Free
The moment Carrie Wells stepped into my office five
months, six days and four hours ago, I knew she was one beautiful package
She dropped herself into the seat opposite, sitting just as she is right now,
with the same world-hating scowl on her pretty face, the same hunch of her
perfectly sloping shoulders, and the same nervous tap of her right foot. She
told me back then, just as she will today, that she doesn’t give a fuck about
She doesn’t give a fuck about claiming assistance and applying for
She doesn’t give a fuck about the fact she’s less than a week away from
She doesn’t give a fuck about the latest foster family she’s run ragged
these past few months.
Carrie Wells has a chip on her shoulder bigger than the file of case notes
with her name on the cover. She has a wildness about her, and if those feral
looks of hers could kill, I’d be a dead man right now, along with half of my
colleagues in this building.
Her long black hair is glossy and thick, even though I’m sure it rarely
sees a brush. The sprinkling of freckles over her nose give her a softness at
odds with the rest of her appearance. Her teeth are surprisingly perfect given
the generally dishevelled state of her.
They say she’s from Romany descent, although little is known about her
actual lineage. She offered to read my palm once, then cackled when I
handed it over.
I don’t know why she comes here. Half of me wishes she wouldn’t.
Half of me.
The other half is in the pits at the knowledge that this is our last official
session. In four days’ time she will turn eighteen and her funding here will
cease. I will refer her to other agencies, of course, but I doubt she’ll turn up.
For all my efforts over the past few months, I’ve failed her. My words
have been for nothing, my time has been fruitless. Carrie Wells will leave my
office today in a far worse position than she was when she first stepped foot
in here. Eighteen and soon to be on the streets. A failure of the system.
Who knows where she’s going to end up.
I’ve got twenty minutes to make the last five months count, but she’s
barely even looking at me.
“How was your week?” I ask, as though I think she’ll grace me with an
A shrug. That’s all she gives.
“How are things with Rosie and Bill? Did you apologise for the carpet?”
I take a breath. “You tried? Good. And what did they say?”
“Rosie gave me that prissy smile of hers. Bill said nothing.”
She’s wearing the same filthy boots she soiled their new cream carpet
with. She tugs at the laces absentmindedly. There’s a trail of mud through my
For More Read Download This Book