Chapter 11: Like Peaches and Rose Petals.

Simon ran for a half block before stopping. His chest and legs were cramped from the sprint. via GIPHY  Exercise was not his thing. In

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Chapter 10: Tip of the Iceberg

The woman with the pasties went to the door marked PRIVATE. She was there for a long time and my buzz was starting to wear

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Chapter 9: What if?

The preacher, Bart Archie, poured a shot of whatever was in his flask into each coffee cup. His office was barely the size of a

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Chapter 8: The Way We Were

“I just don’t know whyyyy I can’t find a good maaaaan,” Betsy whined. Her head was resting on the bar, her big hair flattened. “Well,

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Chapter 7: The Wedding Chapel

“Hey, Gloria.” Simon coughed and did his very best to sound like he had a scratchy throat. “It’s Simon. I’m coming down with something and

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Chapter 6: Ships That Pass

“You promised, no men,” I reminded Betsy. “I know, but it was nice of him to buy us drinks. He’s so cute. Don’t look, he’s

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Chapter 5: Progress?

Simon worked his way past the slot machines at the Luxor, trying to get to the main entrance. via GIPHY  His promise to Dr. Bennett

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Chapter 4: Party Girls

Betsy lay on her bed, eyes closed, arms and legs spread eagle. She sighed deeply. “Oh my God. I can’t take it.” “What’s your problem?”

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Chapter 3: Serial Coupling Syndrome

Dr. Bennett’s office wasn’t what Simon imagined it would be. There was no sofa – a fact that surprised him. He always figured a psychiatrist’s

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Chapter 2: It’s No Big Deal

I can’t really say I’ve never been in a relationship. There have been a couple of times where I tried to attach myself to someone

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