As we walked, she kept a little distance from me, clearly not impressed that I smoke. My only vice. It's one of those things that I can't really help. My parents keep telling me that I should give it up but Dad smoked until they had me so why can't I keep going 'til I decide to have kids? If I decide to have kids.
"So much for that." I murmured.
"What do you think?" She tapped me on the shoulder, forcing me to stop when she did.
"I'd quite like some apple crumble." I explained, smiling at my own joke.
"About me." She wasn't impressed. "My marriage."
"It isn't really any of my business, is it?" I kept on walking, unsure about what to do.
"So no to us?" She was just standing there, looking at me.
"Not with a married woman. It isn't right." I offered her a reluctant smile and left.
"Bailey. Wait." She took off her heels and came running after me.
Oh great. I was stuck with her following me now. "What do you want?"
"You." She grabbed me on my shoulders and I turned to face her in frustration. Daisy pulled me forward and kissed me hard on the lips.
* * * * *
The following morning I woke up and looked at her, peaceful in my bed.
So maybe that was a mistake. Oh well.
I had a missed call on my phone. My ex. I wonder what she wants.
"Coming back to bed, Bai?" Daisy whispered seductively.
"On my way." I chucked my phone down. I'd ring her later.