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    I Will Not Let You Fall

    But was it really the finality of their relationship? Was their unyielding love destined to simply die? That Tina didn’t know. But she would have faith to the very end.


    It had been a week since Bette was moved to Central California Women’s Facility. The next day after Bette’s arrival to the prison Tina had applied for approval to visit her, barely holding up anymore to see her lover. The approval had been obtained, so Tina had lived and breathed Saturday, the day she had been appointed to come for a visit.

    Now it was Saturday and Tina felt hopeful and anticipant, but also restless and uncertain and a little bit afraid. She and Bette would need to have a hard conversation about their future, whether or not it was possible for them to maintain their relationship under such circumstances. Tina was daunted by a result of this conversation.

    Alice was sitting behind the wheel of her car, driving Tina to Chowchilla. Tina was glad Alice had offered support and help, for Tina had really needed a friend to go through this, even if it only meant driving with her there and back. Tina thought visiting Bette with Alice right beside would be weird. She was sure that the meeting was going to be emotional, and that they would need some privacy. Therefore Tina had made a decision to be a sole visitor.

    It hadn’t been easy to get away from her parents’ interrogative looks and questions about where she needed to go at six in the morning on Saturday, but Tina had convinced them that along with friends she was going to a barbecue party at Alice’s mother’s country beach house.

    Her parents had been difficult to live with these last months. They had panicked each time Tina went somewhere other than college. Her father had turned all control freak on her since that day when Bette had been arrested at their house. Police detectives had paid a visit several days later, had asked Tina questions about her connection to Bette, about what kind of a relationship they had, whether Bette told her anything about what she did for money. Tina had hidden everything from them, having told the detectives that Bette never said anything, never done anything suspicious. The detectives had wanted to force Tina to testify against Bette in court, but, thankfully, Albert had prevented the affair using his power, unable to bear his daughter being connected to this case in any way.


    1. Welcome back!
      I must say – i don’t like your Tina in this story – she’s too weak, too dependent from another’s opinions. Yes, she’s young, but still. And Bette is right – Tina left her too often to believe in her love. So T has a lot a work to do, if she wants to fix it.
      And you will bring back B from jail earlier than 19 years, right?

    2. Hi Valerie:

      Amazing update; I’m very sorry for Bette, I understand her bitterness, and I think she still loves Tina, and probably she loves her so much that she would like for Tina to be happy, a happiness she doubts it would be with her, so she is pushing Tina away; she also feels resentment because of Tina’s behavior when she left her a few months ago, and Bette can’t understand that Tina’s situation with her parents made her take some distance with Bette’s trial.

      But I think Bette knows very well she lied to Tina about her criminal activities and she has some responsibility in their separation.

      Now, everything depends on Tina’s next step, would she be willing to wait for Bette? Will Bette recover some hopes about her future?

      The answers are in your quill Valerie, but one thing I know is that Bette is empty and she needs Tina to get hopes in her future, and Tina needs Bette to survive.

      Thank you for this great chapter, but now you leave us heartbroken, and with lots of questions.

      Please, Valerie, post soon (seriously), I’ll be anxiously waiting.


    3. This is heartbreaking Valerie!

      Nineteen years in prison, i feel so sad for Bette. Is she gonna survive it, she is broken, her spirit died, especially after Tina left her more than once and after Marcus died.

      Tina is young and i really believe she loves Bette, but she listen to much to other people and runs away when she promised Bette that she would stay with her.

      I feel so sad for both of them, my heart is breaking. Is this really goodbye? Nineteen years is a long time and i hope there is a way for Bette to get out sooner, but i do understand that a relationship is very hard to remain and that Bette doesn’t want Tina to put a hold on her life waiting for her and why she said goodbye.

      Valerie, i truly enjoy this story and while my heart is breaking, i still believe that you will give us a happy ending. Your story title,” I will not let you fall” give me the hope that you will bring them back together.

      One request, i hate Helena, please don’t let her and Tina get romantically involved.

    4. I truly love this story and anxiously await each update. Nineteen years….of course she did plead guilty, so it’s not surprising the number of years. I can’t say that I like this Tina. I need her borrow someone’s backbone if she can’t find her own.

      There has to be a silver lining in this and the two of them will be back together and in love. I’m sure Bette is purposefully pushing Tina away.

      Post soon!

    5. Thanks for this great post! Hope we won’t have to wait for 19 years :) Can’t find in my heart any hatred for Bette-the-criminal and can’t find any sympathy there for Tina-the-good-girl. What a paradox! You’ve created a very intense and charismatic image of Bette.

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