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Today’s snippet is in Jesse’s POV.
Jesse scratched the back of his neck. “Dana, please, I need you to understand.”
But she remained silent.
He tried again. “I promise you, Mario will be okay. We’ll visit him in a couple of days.”
Crossing her arms across her chest, she turned and stared out of the window.
He blew out a breath, being at his wits’ end. “What do want me to do, Dana? You can’t stay at the apartment on your own and —”
“I can so,” she muttered.
“So, you do have a voice.”
She let out an angry growl and moved her body even more to the window, now sitting with her back towards him.
Shaking his head, he switched on the stereo full blast, trying hard to control his frustration.
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I wonder what’s got her all closed up.
She had a stroke and is still not a 100%. Her boy-friend who she’s been living with for a little while got beaten up and is currently in a coma. She wants to be with him, her brother needs to care for her and at the same time not neglect his job.
Why can’t she stay alone? Is she disabled?
She had a stroke. Probably a mix of overprotective brother and not really able to stay on her own.
Difficult moment between them for sure! Can’t wait for more details…enjoyed the ensippet, felt like I was right there with them.
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I feel sorry for her. She wants to be with the man she loves but she’s unable to care for herself. It must be really frustrating for her.
Let’s hope it’ll get better soon. Thanks for stopping by, Karen.
He seems like he’s really trying to appease her and understand, but she just isn’t having any of it. I wonder why.
Yes, he is. Her boyfriend is in hospital and instead of sitting by his side, she needed to go home. Thanks for stopping by, Daelyn.