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His eyes were as sad as mine. Thomas talked to her for a while, and then Taylor and Tyler whispered things in each of her ears. Trenton cried and hugged her for a long time. Everyone told her it was okay for her to leave us. Everyone but me.

Thomas pulled on my hand, leading me out of her bedroom. I walked backward until we were in the hall. I tried to pretend she was just going to sleep, but my head went fuzzy. Thomas picked me up and carried me up the stairs.

Thomas pulled my dirt-soiled shirt over my head, and my shorts and Thomas the Train Underoos down to the floor. I promise. Even though I should have been fighting for her, I was upstairs, in a tub full of water, still as a statue. I had already let her down.

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I promised her in the very back of my head that I would do all the things she had told me as soon as my body worked again. When the sad went away, I would always play, and I would always fight. Nights, too. Staring right through you, picking which parts of you they will pull away first, which pieces will be the sweetest, the most tender, or just which part will be most convenient. An opponent in the Circle, some random douche bag trying to expose your weakness with insults, a woman trying to tie you down; gets them every time.

These bleeding heart assholes that went around giving their soul to every gold-digging banshee that smiled at them had it all wrong. But somehow I was the one swimming upstream. I was the man out. Their way was the hard way if you ask me. Leaving emotion at the door, and replacing it with numbness, or anger—which was much easier to control—was easy.

Letting yourself feel made you vulnerable. As many times as I tried to explain this error to my brothers, my cousins, or my friends, I was met with skepticism. Attraction, sex, infatuation, love, and then heartbreak. That was the logical order. And, it was always the order. But not for me.

I decided a long time ago I would feed on the vultures until a dove came along.

A pigeon. A communicator. A creature that mates for life. Unattainable until she has a reason to trust you. As I stood at my open apartment door, flicking the last bit of ashes off my cigarette, the girl in the bloody, pink cardigan from the Circle flashed in my memory.

At the time it was just a stupid nickname to make her even more uncomfortable than she already was. Her crimson-spattered face, her eyes wide, outwardly she seemed innocent, but I could tell it was just the clothes. I pushed her memory away as I stared blankly into the living room.

Megan lay on my couch lazily, watching TV. She looked bored, and I wondered why she was still in my apartment.

She usually got her crap and left right after I bagged her. The door complained when I pushed it a little wider. I cleared my throat and picked up my backpack by the straps. Megan slung the silver links over her shoulder, and then slipped on her wedge heels, sauntering out the door. She slipped on her oversize sunglasses, and then descended the stairs, completely unaffected by my dismissal.

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Her indifference was exactly why Megan was one of my few frequent flyers. She took our arrangement for what it was, and then went about her day.

My Harley glistened in the morning autumn sun. I waited for Megan to pull away from the parking lot of my apartment, and then jogged down the stairs, zipping up my jacket. Shepley stood at the front door of our apartment, shirtless and balancing on one foot while trying to pull a sock onto the other.

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What did you say to Marek? You leaned into his ear and said something. He looked like he swallowed his tongue. You know better than that. Who knows. Want a ride? America was his, and once he showed interest in a girl, she was off my radar, never to be considered again. He knew that. He just liked to give me shit.

I met Adam behind Sig Tau. He ran the Circle. He kept the cover; I kept the winnings.

Our relationship was strictly business, and we both preferred to keep it simple. I made my way across campus to the cafeteria. Just before I reached the double metal doors, Lexi and Ashley stepped in front of me. Perfectly tanned, silicone-endowed breasts peeked from her pink T-shirt. Those irresistible, bouncing mounds were what begged me to bag her in the first place, but once was enough. Her voice reminded me of the sound made by air being slowly let out of a balloon, and Nathan Squalor bagged her the night after I did.

Not that I was eager to tackle the buffet of limp vegetables, dry meat, and overripe fruits. Her voice made dogs howl, and children perk up to see what cartoon character had come to life. Regardless of my dismissal, both girls followed.

He was sitting with America, laughing with the people around him. The pigeon from the fight sat across from him, poking at her food with a plastic fork.

My voice seemed to pique her curiosity. I could feel her big eyes follow me to the end of the table where I tossed my tray. I heard Lexi giggle, forcing me to restrain the irritation boiling inside me.

When I sat, she used my knee for a chair. Can you love someone too much? Travis Maddox learned two things from his mother before she died: Love hard. Fight harder. In Walking Disaster, the life of Travis is full of fast women, underground gambling, and violence. But just when he thinks he is invincible, Abby Abernathy brings him to his knees. Every story has two sides.

In Beautiful Disaster, Abby had her say. But McGuire writes with wonderful finesse that it doesn't have to be. Apr 2, Walking Disaster has ratings and reviews.. Part 2.A Novella Series. No way was she a slut, though.

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