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    I Will Not Let You Fall

    Sitting at her office desk, Tina was holding her head in her hands. She kept her eyes closed as she focused on her even breathing while a loud pulse painfully pounded through her head. There came her migraine again. So far the pain had lasted no more than several hours. She could’ve turned off her cell phone and had Tiffany, her assistant, hold her calls, then closed the door to her office and lied down on the sofa for a while. In a couple of hours she would’ve felt better. But it was nearly seven in the evening and she had to get going soon.

    She let out a sigh and reluctantly opened her eyes. Reaching into her desk drawer, she pulled out a bottle of Xanax and popped her usual dose into her palm. As she chased down the pills with water, there was a knock at the door.

    In a moment a tall brunette walked inside, carrying two cups of what Tina guessed was coffee by the smell that instantly filled the office.

    ”I thought you could use one,” the woman said, putting one cup in front of Tina and taking a seat in the chair, crossing her legs.

    Tina smiled weakly at her, wrapping her fingers around the hot cup. ”You’re too good.”

    The woman nodded. ”Truth.”

    Tina smiled, shaking her head.

    ”You look stressed.”

    ”Thanks. It’s the stress,” Tina smirked and took a sip of the coffee.

    ”What a day, huh?”

    ”Surely one I’d like to forget as soon as tomorrow begins,” Tina muttered, eyeing the stack of paper on her desk. Early in the morning the set had caught fire. Fortunately, nobody had been injured, but some of the scenery and stage furniture had been destroyed, so urgent payments had been needed and a big insurance claim must’ve been prepared, so Tina had spent the whole day managing all this mess.

    ”A drink or two with me might help with that.”

    Tina leaned back into her chair. ”Sounds tempting, but I can’t today. I’m going to dinner at my parents’ with Brenda.”

    ”Ah, with your heart surgeon.”

    Tina smiled daringly into the woman’s eyes. ”Yes, with my heart surgeon.”

    ”I liked you better when you were a single woman.”

    ”Sam,” the blonde warned with her head tilted to give the brunette a stern look, although her smile made the warning impossible to be taken seriously.

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    Comments

    1. Great to see another chapter from you, thanks!

      Ok, so Tina has long-term girl (thanks god she’s not Helena), but she’s not in love in her. It’s good. What’s not so good that her parents obviously like her girlfriend. And what’s bad – how Bette was cold during their meeting and how quickly she left. I just hope Bette will agree for next meeting with Tina.

      So, waiting for the next!

    2. Hi Valerie

      Thank you for this wonderful chapter.

      Wow, it was very easy to vanish the ten years of separation between them; after trying to move on and make their lives with other people, just one encounter and their hidden feelings came back, it couldn’t be different, their love was very intense, a love forever.

      But if their love and life together ten years ago was hard due to Bette’s criminal life, and Tina’s fears and family situation; to pick up the pieces and glue them together now, won’t be easy.

      Thanks, Valerie for this wonderful and interesting story and please post soon.

      P

    3. WOW…
      caught me by surprise seeing the update of my fav story….
      but frankly 13 pages is not enough…lol… please update really soon.. can’t wait to see what will tina do to get back to bette’s life once again.. :-D
      by the way…thank you so much for keeping the story.. :-)

    4. Thank goodness, Helena is gone. I’m glad Sam is just friends with Tina. I don’t think I would have been able to stomach them together. LOL. Bette seems a lot more sexier, with her more bruting and mysterious self. I’m siding with Bette right now. Thank you so much for the update. I’ve been looking multiple times a day, since your last update.

    5. Geez so heart wrenching. Tina seems on the out side to have moved on with her life but on the inside she’s a mess..Shes still living the next day ten years back when Bette told her to never come back…nothing has changed for her. Bette was in a bad place when she said it but she really didn’t mean it. She just didn’t want to hurt Tina or bring shame to her by being in that place. She loved her enough to let her go. The love is still there now if they can just get out of their own way and talk., they will find their love again. Thank you very much enjoying your story.

    6. Wow, what a meeting! The tension is palpable from the page. I”m glad Tina kept in touch with Mrs. Carol and kept the property taxes paid. Now, how do they reconnect? Brenda is doomed to lose Tina. What an emotional ride? Keep posting and we will keep reading !

    7. Oh wow Valerie, what a incredible good chapter!

      Most of the others already comment and said it all.

      Poor Tina, still so in love with Bette and then receiving such a coldness from Bette. But Bette is protecting her heart.

      Let their journey back together begin!

      Thanks for the update!

    8. Am I too greedy to longing for your other story while I am so attracted with this one? You are a fantastic writer, I am thrilled wtih either story you would serve us, thanks for the awsome chapter!

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