Only Girl by Marion De Ré EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Marion De Ré
- Language: English
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- Genre: Men, Women & Relationships Humor, Clean & Wholesome Romance
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OH MON DIEU. NON! This is not happening.
My arms fall to my sides along with the get-well-soon cup I was holding.
“Lou, wait,” my traitorous boyfriend says, buckling up his jeans. “It’s not
what you think.”
I want to scream and tell him that when people say that it’s always
exactly what’s going on, but I can’t. Tears brim my eyes and I won’t be able
to contain them much longer. I turn on my shaky legs and get out of there. I
don’t need an explanation. Anyway, they didn’t leave much to the
imagination. I mean, that slut Aubrey was wiping her mouth as soon as she
“Wait, Lou!” Jared yells behind me.
Why is he following me?
“Non. Laisse moi tranquille.”
“I don’t want to leave you alone, doll! I’m sorry. I don’t know what just
Memory loss? Seriously?
“You’re disgusting. I never want to see you again.”
I slam the door behind me and expect it to make a noise matching my
anger, but my weak force and Jared’s ancient oak wood door can’t compare.
I tighten my coat around me and put my hood on. Not that it’s of any use;
my face’s already drenched.
This was supposed to be a good day. I had a good day. This morning, the
subway arrived just when I stepped on the platform. It wasn’t full, and I
even had a seat. That’s like unheard of at NYC peak hours. And for once,
my boss didn’t call me Luisa but Louise! After two freaking years of
slaving me around, this was a victory.
Then I came here and ruined it. He ruined it. I wasn’t supposed to, but
when he called in sick this morning, I thought I’d bring him some soup after
work. That’s the kind of girlfriend I am. The stupid one. The one who
thinks that guys can be faithful and not jump on their new assistant. Wake
up, Louise! They’re still men, even if you’ve been dating them for two
Merde. What a bastard. I feel my heart constrict in my chest, and I take
in a deep breath, hoping it’ll make the pain go away.
Two weeks later
Entering the glass corridor, a wave of heaviness crushes me. It’s my new
normal when I come to work. I take a deep breath as I make my way to my
cubicle, nodding to my coworkers who are already there.
When I sit down, I’m visually attacked by a sea of yellow post-it notes,
courtesy of Maria, my boss. It’s going to be a long day.
“Hey, Louise! How are you?” Abigail asks, taking a seat
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