Chapter 23.2

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15 thoughts on “Chapter 23.2

  1. Pingback: Chapter 23.2 | Trusting Desire

  2. Oh Lordy, I wonder what the letter could be. I hope it’s not a love letter to him from another woman and it’s all just a big misunderstanding. He sounded so sincere that he loved her, I can’t imagine him two-timing her to let her go with Mr. Cain for a better life. I hope she hits him if thats what he was thinking of doing lol.

  3. OKAY before I freak out because of his father’s letter, allow me to revel in the rest of the chapter:

    HFDJKFHSDJFKSHfkJ. SEXY. SEXY. HFDKHFJKFHSHFKJHFJDFKSFDHFKS. AND CHILDREN. YES! WE NEED ELLIE AND GABRIEL BABIES, PLS. HFJDKFHSKJFHDSFJKDH. PUMPKIN PIE. FHDJKFHSFKJSDHFJKDS.

    *takes several deep breaths* Okay, I’m good now.

    Just kidding, no I’m not, Ellie just found his father’s letter and she looks 0% happy, lol *CRIES*

  4. AHHHHHHHHH! I JUST WENT BACK TO REMIND MYSELF WHAT THE LETTER SAID AND I NOW REMEMBER WHY SHE IS 0% AMUSED.

    *head desk* *head desk* I mean, but it isn’t Gabriel’s FAULT! He had no idea until recently! But– I mean– *hugs self* =(

  5. Oh no!! What a terrible way to find out. I was hoping the Gabriel would tell her in the last chapter, but that’s such an awkward subject to bring up and how do you even segue into that?! Technically, he just found out, too, so he’s processing also. Still, it would have been best for her to hear it from his mouth. Now she knows that he knew and didn’t tell her. She has serious trust issues and this is going to be hard for her to get past. Hopefully, she doesn’t confuse Gabriel with his father and blame him for everything. But his father isn’t there for her to be physically angry with. She’ll feel like she’s justified since it looks like Gabriel took advantage of her by saying he loved her and sleeping with her while knowing that not only was all the hell she’s been through was his father’s fault, but her father is completely innocent. Of course, that wasn’t his intention… What a horrible situation to be in whether your Gabriel or Ellie. I feel for both.

    (Worse thought! Will Gabriel try to make amends to Ellie by going to Jasper and telling him the truth? His name’s Jasper right? My memory is uncertain. Because Jasper is too nasty of a man not to demand anything less than Gabriel’s death. Possibly by torture. *shivers*)

    • Wow, girl; you hit the nail on the head with your summary! I’m quite impressed. πŸ™‚ It’s difficult to show everything using the sims, as opposed the book, where I can use narrative and such. Gabril was going to tell her about the letter–he just didn’t want to ruin their last moment with something so terrible, so, like a man, he put it off.
      Going back to CO and confessing the truth to Jasper won’t help either of them, so Gabe definitely wouldn’t do something as foolish that. Don’t worry! πŸ™‚

      • Oh good! I was terrified of that. It’s not like Jasper would feel sorry over what he did to Ellie. That’s a huge weight off my shoulders. πŸ˜€
        You’ve done such a good job of backstory and character development, that I can piece what’s “unspoken” together. So the praise really goes to the author aka you! πŸ™‚ I would like to check out the book, but I don’t want to ruin the graphic novel by finding out what happens by way of the novel-novel! lol So, I will have to wait to find out all the extra details to the story.

      • Awww thank you so much!! That truly means so much to me. LOL, and don’t worry, I totally get what you mean about not wanting to ruin the graphic novel by reading the book first. πŸ˜‰

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