Scurrilous Stories

"I-It can't be..." she stuttered, stepping back and dropping the black shotgun that was in her hand.
"I-I didn't know it was her love. Please..." he coughed out, crying.
"You killed her!" she screamed, breaking down and collapsing on her knees.
"Baby please. I love you." he said, as she looked up.
There was a brief silence, before a cough was heard.
"I love you too." she cried out, burying her head in her hands.


34. Agonizingly Apart

|Chapter 34|

Agonizingly Apart


It’s been one week.


Justin Bieber kicked the garbage can in his backyard, coming back from a walk through the woods.

It’s been one week since Justin has been able to see Nadine Halliday’s milky chocolate eyes, tanned skin and luscious flowing brown hair.

His eyes prickled with tears at the thought of his girlfriend.

But was she his girlfriend anymore?

Was she his anymore?

The thought tore him in two as well as the image of her tear-filled eyes a week ago. He remembers so clearly, how she just walked and disappeared into the darkness.

It was like his heart was being stamped on by five-hundred elephants.


Nadine Halliday sighed, folding the last Vans sweater she had in her bedroom of Justin’s. She didn’t want to break up with Justin, no.

In her mind this was just maybe a small break.

Well, it was a break until she visited him today and will ask him to explain. For one, why he was with Rosanne after Nadine had clearly stated she didn’t like her and why they were dressed up for some sort of formal event.

She didn’t want to seem as though she was clingy, prying and, over all, annoying. She didn’t want to chase Justin away.

Nadine rubbed her face with her hands, before they moved towards the suitcase that lay on the bed.

Her dad had called her two days ago and asked her if she’d like to come and visit him in New York for a week.

She loved the idea, of both visiting her father and getting away from mischief for a good week.

She hadn’t told Aaron about Justin just yet, but she was planning to when she arrived in New York.

She was leaving in two weeks, but decided to pack some summer clothes into the bag now as she didn’t need them for now and the thought of visiting her father was just so enlivening.


After packing away the thin cotton cardigan she just pulled out of her draw, she set her hands on her hips. She walked over to her dresser and looked in the mirror that was perched among the top.

She picked up a butterfly clip and pinned the strands that were falling in her face, back, before slipping on a pair of white flats that went along with her couth, simple outfit.




She walked out of her bedroom and down the stairs, towards the front door.

“Where are you going?” Aunt Sienna asked, raising at eyebrow at her niece.

“I’m going to let Justin explain. He’s been ringing me, texting me and knocking on the front door all week.” Nadine replied, leaning against the wall.

Sienna gave her a disapproving look but sighed and nodded her head. She reached over to the coffee table and picked up a set of shiny car-keys, throwing them at Nadine.

“Go get him tiger.”

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