Tickets: Part I
We are just two days away from the release of The Promise and I have to be honest here, I am extremely nervous, lol. It’s been a while since the last release and I forgot how nerve-wracking it could be. I spent a year and a half with Reed and Joey and I absolutely love them. They were a great couple to watch fall in love and I am going to miss them. I just hope that the wait was worth it and that you end up falling in love with them, too 🙂
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An R.L. Mathewson Chronicle
“I don’t think it’s a good idea to let the kids spend any more time with Mikey.”
“Why?” Haley asked, unable to help but frown as she pushed her glasses back up.
“Because she’s a bad influence,” Jason bit out with a glare leveled across the large dining room table at the twelve-year-old girl in question.
“You’re still not going,” Mikey said, pausing mid-roll of the baseball between her hands to take a bite out of the grilled cheese sandwich that he’d made her.
“You have eight tickets,” he pointed out between clenched teeth.
“True,” Mikey murmured thoughtfully before pointing out, “but I asked for ham in my sandwich.”
“She really did,” Cole, the little fucking traitor, said with a smug smile.
“I don’t think that was asking for much for a ticket to opening game at Yankee Stadium,” Sebastian said with a sad shake of his head.
“It really wasn’t,” Jonathan said, matching his twin brother’s sigh as he reached over and helped himself to the other half of Mikey’s sandwich.
“I’m going,” Jason said, because they all knew that there was no way in hell that he was missing that game.
“Well, that’s not really up to me,” Mikey said with a sad shake of her head, making him frown.
“Then who’s it up to?” Jason asked, only to frown when, as one, they all pointed to his right.
“I negotiated a trade for the last ticket,” his wife said and just like that, he knew what he needed to do.
To be continued…
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