Levis: A Fictional Narrative

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After he paid for our lunch, we both got into Levi’s black Acura and headed down the road to a motel. As we pulled into the parking lot, I remembered that I’d passed this place on my way into town. When Levi parked, he turned off the engine off and said, “I’ll be right back.” He then hopped out of the car to go inside and pay for the room. I stayed in the car until he came back with the key. As he was walked back, I noticed that he still had the boyish smile that I fell in love with years ago. The way he smiled made me think of how he used to smile at me on the school bus. When he opened his car door, he said “The room is upstairs. Are you ready?” “Yes, I answered anxiously, as I opened my door and grabbed my purse. As we walked up the stairs, …show more content…

Is that okay?” Levi asked as he sat up in bed. “Oh yeah, that’s fine,” I answered. After he shut the door to the bathroom, I grabbed the remote and tried to find something to watch on television. When I heard the shower come on, Levi’s phone buzzed, and it got my attention. I wondered if it was his fiancée texting him. When my curiosity got the best of me, I flipped open his phone and read the text message “I hope we’re still on for tomorrow night.” That message was from someone named Diane. As I dug a little deeper, I found pictures and more messages from three more women. I kept reading through Levi’s messages until I heard him turn the shower off. Then I put the phone back where it was and pretended like I was watching television. After Levi put his clothes back on, we hugged and kissed for a few minutes, then we were out the door. On the drive back home, I called Daniel and ignored Levi’s calls as he beeped in several times. After reading the messages on his phone, I knew that he was just like Jacob. I didn’t know how much longer I would be conversating with him on the phone. I felt some type of way knowing that Levi was engaged to be married and juggling so many women. This was a total turn off, and I wished that I wouldn’t have met with him today.

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