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- Author: Jess Taylor
- Language: English
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- Genre: Contemporary Romance
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Logan – Eight Years Later
Blood. The substance flowing through our veins, vital to our survival in
this fucked-up world. I’ve always had a complicated relationship with blood.
In actuality, it keeps me alive so I guess you could say I’m grateful for it.
Well, I am, on most days that is. But in my nightmares, it haunts me, which
somehow led to me pursuing it.
The smell of hospital antiseptic drags me out of my thoughts as I grab my
bag from the locker it’s currently occupying. It’s nearly eight thirty p.m. on a
Monday and after a twelve-hour shift in the ER, it’s safe to say I’m
I think I always knew that I wanted to be a doctor. There was something
about the human body, even as a child, that I found fascinating. I wanted to
learn everything I could about it and then no matter how much I did learn, it
never seemed like enough.
I didn’t fully grasp the concept that there were multiple types of doctors
and that I had a choice of what I wanted to treat until I was around eight.
From that point on, I explored every avenue. I wanted to know the ins and
outs of every specialty to try and figure out what was the coolest to my
It wasn’t until after the shooting that I decided emergency medicine was
the route I wanted to take. Two years into my residency, I know I made the
right decision. Don’t get me wrong, it’s hard and incredibly draining. But it’s
also extremely fulfilling in a way that I crave in my life.
“You want to go grab drinks at Carl’s?” Theo, my coworker and friend,
asks. I met Theo my first year working at Horizon Hospital Seattle.
Theo grew up in the Upper East Side of New York City with rich-as-shit
parents. He spent his younger years living lavishly and essentially getting
everything he ever wanted. When he told his parents that he was gay, they
brought him straight to his therapist.
Not because they weren’t supportive,
but because they’d known since he was two and the fact that he didn’t realize
they knew was concerning and he needed to discuss it with someone. It was
with that therapist that he discovered his love for the medical field and with
his tendency to get bored, on top of not ever being able to sit still, she advised
him to look into emergency medicine.
Fast-forward to our first day of residency, Theo took one look at me,
walked over and pulled me into a hug. I’m not a touchy person in general, so
to have this random six-foot-something man hugging me was uncomfortable
to say the least. He then let me go and claimed that because I looked like
Tinker Bell and he looked like Peter Pan, we were destined to be best friends.
I didn’t realize at the time how much I needed his crazy influence in my
life, but now I don’t know what I’d do without him.
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