Saved by the Officers by Kennedy L. Mitchell EPUB & PDF – eBook Details
- Author: Kennedy L. Mitchell
- Language: English
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he cheap tequila burned as it slid down my throat, though not as badly as
the prior three. A clap sounded above the music blaring from the jukebox
when I slammed the shot glass on top of the sticky bar before signaling the
bartender for another round.
As I waited, the sad-ass country song playing
registered, adding to my depressing mood. Twisting around on the stool, I
leaned against the bar’s rounded edge, resting both elbows along the top of
the wood as I surveyed the small crowd.
A few familiar faces nodded my way before turning their vacant stares
back to their drinks, clearly not in the mood to socialize but rather to forget or
drown their sorrows like me. In the corner, a high-top table surrounded by
four women seemed to be the only cheery customers in the small dive bar.
Their combined laughter and loud, excited voices filled the stale air. My lips
twitched as I studied them from afar, feeding off their abundant happiness.
At least someone was having a good night.
“Here you go.” I twisted back around, finding the bartender sliding a full
shot of clear liquid toward me, some slipping over the rim to drip down the
glass side. “Maybe you should sip this one, Trap.”
“This shit is not meant for sipping,” I said, holding the glass between two
“What’s it for, then?” she asked as she wiped down the bar where the
Forgetting the memories that constantly flooded my mind from years ago
that could never be recreated, making my heart ache to the point that I
wondered if it was permanently damaged. The dead organ in my chest that
refused to beat the same after the love of my life was ripped away, leaving
me hollow and angry.
With a shake of my head, I tossed the shot back, savoring the way it
shifted my focus from the past to the harsh burn as it glided down my throat
and heated my gut.
Most days were okay, not every second filled with the reminder that I had
it all once. But that was then. Now I was this shell of who I was before. I
missed the man I used to be, someone who loved life and didn’t have to force
a smile or joke to hide his pain. But that was what happened when someone
as irreplaceable as Jessa left.
There one day, kissing me goodbye as I left for work, then gone forever.
A head-on collision with a semitruck. People tried to comfort me and my
best friend by saying at least she didn’t suffer. Utter bullshit. The future we’d
planned for years was suddenly gone.
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