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“I ’m freaking out.”
“Why? A baby isn’t a death sentence.” I chuckle at Ava’s strained
voice through the phone. I can tell she is on the verge of crying. Something
my friend barely does. One thing about Ava is, she isn’t weak. She won’t
take shit from anyone. So, this fragile side is unnerving and, truthfully, I
want my fiery friend back. Her strength helps me stay strong.
“But we aren’t ready…we aren’t married yet.”
“You’re engaged. That’s the same bloody thing,” I argue, trying to snap
some sense into her.
“It’s too soon,” she mumbles.
She stays silent, then I hear a hiccup down the line.
“Listen, I know this is really about you. And—” I clear my throat, taking
a breath through my now tightening airway. It always happens when I talk
about the past. “You’re not going to leave your baby.”
That has her sobbing loudly, and I drop my chin. Clutching my phone
tightly in my hand, I’m surprised it’s not breaking. My eyes swell with tears
threatening to sprinkle my cheeks at hearing her struggle.
“I can’t do this.”
“Well, it looks like you don’t have an option. Have you told Josh yet?” I
“No,” she splutters through a sob. “What’s he going to think?”
“I’m not a mind reader, but if I had to guess, I’d say he’s going to be
fucking ecstatic. The guy worships the ground you walk on. If he wasn’t
serious about a future with you, he wouldn’t have proposed, and you
wouldn’t be planning your dream wedding.”
“But a baby…it’s a big fucking deal.”
I wonder what it would be like to have someone like that…
Someone who truly loves me. Who won’t leave me. Adores me.
I shake my head at the ridiculous thought. Every day at work, I see more
shit guys than good. It would take a lot for me to settle down. I’m happy to
hookup for relief and a good time, but it’s always no strings attached, and
so far, I’ve never wanted more.
“It is, but you have Josh and me—” A beep in my ear has me pulling my
phone away to see who the other caller is.
“Someone’s trying to call you. I should let you go.” She splutters.
Sandra flashes across the screen. I hesitate. Should I let it go to
My stomach hardens at the thought of hanging up, so instead, I say, “It’s
Sandra. I can call her back. But, Ava”—I wait until she says “yeah” before
continuing—“you will make an amazing mom. ”
She sniffs and says, “Thanks. I don’t know what I’d do without you. But
answer Sandra, she wouldn’t call unless it was important. I’m fine. Call me
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