Dirty Legend by Heather Ashley EPUB & PDF – eBook Details
- Author: Heather Ashley
- Language: English
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Two pink lines.
No, no, nonono.
This could not be happening. I had a life plan. I had goals and career
aspirations. Now? Now apparently I was having a baby. Holding onto my
virginity into my mid-twenties wasn’t some great act of virtue or anything.
Sure, my parents were traditional when it came to what they wanted from me.
Marry a nice Indian boy, settle down and have kids. Easy, right? Oh, and
save myself for my wedding night. I rolled my eyes so hard it hurt.
I was more of a realist. I would’ve given it up a lot sooner, but I got
caught up in school and building my career. Plus, no guy ever seemed worth
the effort. At some point along the way, I just stopped trying. There were
plenty of options when I was at MIT, but the geeky vibe just didn’t do it for
I liked a man with confidence who knew what he wanted. Or at least I
thought I did. I didn’t have a lot of experience in the reality of what I wanted.
It was just something I thought would be nice to have, you know?
Now I sat on my bathroom floor, trying not to freak out. My mind raced
with all sorts of possibilities. I said a silent thanks to whatever god was
listening that I at least knew who my baby daddy was.
Oh my god, I have a baby daddy.
It could be worse. I could be one of those women who went on trashy
daytime TV to find out who among a crowd of men fathered their baby.
Thankfully I’d only ever had sex with one guy.
My BFF Kennedy was totally going to freak out. Not because I couldn’t
handle a baby on my own. I most definitely could. I had a great job, and I
made plenty of money. I didn’t need someone to take care of me. But the
thought of going through this by myself wasn’t exactly what I’d imagined
when I planned out my future.
No, Kennedy would freak out because of who fathered this baby.
Her husband’s best friend and heartbreaker guitarist for Shadow Phoenix.
Yep, my baby daddy was a bonafide rock star.
Sliding down the wall to curl up in a ball on the cold tile floor, I pulled
out my phone, absently noting my hand shaking like crazy. I still clutched the
white stick in my other hand. I dialed Kennedy praying she picked up. I
needed her to tell me I could do this.
“Hey, Am!” She greeted me as if my world wasn’t one giant clusterfuck
right now. “You’re never up this early on Saturday.”
“I’m sort of freaking the fuck out right now.”
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