My Billionaire Heartbreaker by Taylor Friste EPUB & PDF – eBook Details
- Author: Taylor Friste
- Language: English
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Just over a year ago
I woke up hyperventilating. Again. I tried to control my panicky
breathing. My heart raced as if to beat a record. For a few seconds, I
had no idea where I was.
Breathe in, two, three, four. Hold. Breathe out, two, three, four. Hold,
I gradually began to calm down. The air conditioner was on, but I was
I looked at my alarm clock next to my bed. It said 2:15. In the morning.
That wasn’t the first time this had happened. Several nights a week, I
would wake up with panic attacks. I knew what was behind it.
I think I know.
I was struggling to break free of it. Thoughts of Andrew flashed through
Don’t you dare think about him!
He was a memory and I wasn’t ready to relive it. I was about to start a
new chapter of my life. I had put thoughts of Andrew behind me, but the
I forced myself back to sleep. The last thing I wanted was to be late on
my first day. I had just landed an associate position at a major city law firm.
God, I was super excited about it!
The late-night reading. The classes and study groups. Cramming for
exams. It had all paid off.
I had ironed my favorite suit the night before, my pride and glory. Got it
during a sale. Violet blue jacket with paler violet slacks, and a perfect fit.
Never worn it before, as it had been specifically bought for my first day of
I woke up minutes before my six o’clock alarm rang. I jumped out of bed
and rushed to check my face in the dressing mirror.
No dark circles. Thank goodness!
Quick shower. Dressed. Pulled my very long hair up. Just as I was about
to leave the house, my phone rang. I checked the caller ID.
“Ready for your first day at work?” she asked me excitedly.
“I sure am,” I replied, trying hard to control my joy. “How was your
My mother was everything to me. We only had each other after my father
passed away in a ghastly car accident when I was fifteen. The driver who
killed him had broken every rule of the road. Ten years later, she was still
my moral and financial support. I could hardly wait to turn the tables.
It’s time for me to pay Mom’s way. She’ll fuss about it but I’ll figure it
“It was good, how about yours? Still having panic attacks?” Her excited
voice was replaced with that of concern
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