The Final Betrayal

My snippet this week is the last epic argument between Bruce and Jules, after he finds out that she’s been snooping in his memory box of Jeffrey–it’s been building for a long time, and now–510563362

“Yes, I was remembering Jeffrey and yes, I still love him, in case you’re wondering,” he said.  “I never stopped.”

He paused, determined to hurt her like she had him.

“I only married you because you looked like him. You were choice number two.”

The sudden slap of her open hand against his cheek startled Bruce, shocking him into silence. Vibrating with contained fury, tears stinging her eyes, she grabbed her phone, scrolling, hitting the number she was looking for.

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16 thoughts on “The Final Betrayal

  1. oh wow! talk about an intense moment!


    1. It was working up to this for a while–glad you liked it ❤


  2. Ouch! You really pulled us all into the action, leaving us breathless with suspense, feeling the pain of the slapped and the slappee.


  3. Yikes! That was vicious! 🙂


  4. Yeah, it was a while coming, though–


  5. That deserves a bit more than a slap.


  6. Maybe–but Jules is feeling more than a little guilty herself–


  7. That does read like it’s deserving of at least a slap. I’m intrigued to know more. I’ll definitely be reading this. 🙂

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  8. Bruce gave voice to Jules’ deepest fear–she always suspected she came second. She feels guilty because she’s done things she ‘s not proud of as well–I hope you enjoy the whole book, the link’s in the post 🙂


  9. Wow, quite a moment! I wonder who she’s calling…


  10. She’s calling their best friends to have Bruce stay at their house for a night; that then have an argument about THAT, too 🙂 kids–simmer down — 🙂


  11. They each share blame, I think 😦 They did love each other, but Bruce just couldn’t forget Jeffrey–


  12. That was vicious! Intense snippet!


  13. Why thank you 🙂 Yeah, it’s been building up for awhile–ever since they both had affairs with Alasdair–but Bruce’s heart at least belonged somewhere else– 🙂


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