By Nina Foxx
While shrewdpermanent, profitable, levelheaded legal professional Alexis Pearson will get blindsided via her faithless fianc?, who disses and dumps her, she makes a decision to alter every thing. long past are the fashionable dreads in prefer of her personal smooth and normal tresses. she is going to get her physique, brain, and spirit match with tae kwan do sessions -- and perhaps kick a few butt within the strategy to determine the aggression as a result of the abandonment . . . and her boss's unsubtle bargains to aid mend her busted center. after all, she by no means meant for all of it to get out of hand -- and she or he definitely did not suggest to wreck the elbow of her first-time sparring companion, treatment Brown. at the least she acquired the eye of this tall, darkish, and extremely good-looking nightclub proprietor with the unlucky identify. And although Alexis is cautious approximately diving recklessly too quickly into the connection fireplace back, she can not help puzzling over if horny, warm-hearted therapy will be a therapy for what is unwell her. however the guy comes with a few loopy luggage -- particularly Ayzah, his estranged and deranged ex-wife, who is natural, unadulterated 'hood. And unexpectedly either the non-public lives of the "new" Alexis Pearson are approximately to get much wilder . . . and riskier.
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Besides, the business will no doubt make the same amount of money with or without me, and one of us might as well find a way to enjoy it. I hate to sound like a cliché, but you can’t take it with you. ” They both laughed at that, so loud that Alexis was aware that other people in the café were staring at them. Neither of them cared. Part of Alexis was very happy for her friend, the other part was wondering where this new Sarah had come from. Parts of what her friend was saying to her were laced with a little insecurity that she had never seen before, and this new choice highlighted the differences between them.
Remedy pushed her away and Ayzah stumbled backward. She lost her footing, her head hitting the edge of the footboard as she went down. “You threw that away forever when you cheated on me and then disappeared. We have been through this before. Ayzah, all I want from you is for you to be a mother to your son. ” Remedy’s head throbbed as he spoke. He left her on the floor, tears welling up in her eyes. Ayzah dressed fast. When she finally came out of the bedroom, Remedy was pacing in the living room.
She was a grown woman, but there was only so far she would go with talking back to her mother. When she was a child, her mother would often give her the famous “I brought you in, I’ll take you out” comment. The fact that she had lived to adulthood was almost a miracle given the number of times her mother had threatened to end her life, but Ayzah was not about to test Ma’dear. Instead of responding, she concentrated on the road, and before she knew it, they were in the parking lot of Fiesta Supermarket, even though it was all the way across town from where they started out.
Just Short of Crazy by Nina Foxx