By Miss Brandy K

You like that, don’t you?

When he left, I knew he left for good.

He left his domestic. He left his family.

He left me... and the child that used to be growing to be within me.

When he got here again, he used to be sexier than ever. regardless of how a lot i needed to, needed to be with him back, I knew he was once simply going to leave.

I'm not likely to enable him harm me or our child again.

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