Ron had never went to college. The twenty year-old took over his father’s car dealership. He had a comfy life and a steady relationship with a beautiful woman. His life was perfect, and now a former girlfriend wanted to mend her ways.
His finger pressed the buzzer. He waited. And he waited. The gentle worried when hearing a loud thump and groan. The uncomfortable noise soon faded, when someone open the door. It was the girl he had dated years ago. She fits the small dress well since she had lost the weight. The once mangled black hair, was kept brush. Her skin seem to be nearly flawless, except for the scar around her cheek resulted from the breakup.
“It’s nice to meet you Mr. Williams.” She spoke sweetly. Her manners changed over the years. ‘Maybe she was sent to a boarding school instead of being homeschool, he thought before smiling at her. She allowed him into her home. He found her home to be neat, a little too neat. Every picture was equally distances from each other. Her walls had a theme, yet they were still clippings of magazine ads.
“I rarely go out.” She responds when she noticed his attention was at the wall. Ron glanced away and allowed his attention back to the petite female. “I…” He said clearing his voice, “I want to thank you for inviting me in your little home. It has been a while since I last saw you.”
“Yes.Yes. Us being together has been a long time.” She voiced to herself. The woman motions him to a small round table. She had worked for hou...
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...don’t want you to leave…you saw too much and I don’t want you to run away from me again. Like last time.” She cooed as she drew closer to Ronald. “Now...Now let’s treat that wound.”
Ronald gritted his teeth as the young woman got the medical kit and begun tending to his wound. He thought if he played with her demands then maybe he could escape with his life intact. “Hey, you’re cute when fixing my wound.” Ron blurted out, “Right Jenny.”
The female paused and started to laugh. “You literally forgotten about me.” She laughed as her hand hovered over the edge of the blade. “You usually yelled may name every mistake I made. I should have been a plague to you.”
Ron frowned as he felt the pain be intense. His eyes watered as he felt the pain making him black out every few seconds. “What do you want?”
“I simply want you.” She responded as the young man’s vision blurred out.
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