The Dealer

Calum Hood is a drug dealer. Jayde Mills is Calum's "friend". Jayde never realized how bad the drug thing was until she visited Calum in the city and he was high the whole time.

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4. Chapter 4

THE DEALER

CHAPTER 4 

JAYDE P.O.V 

6 weeks pregnant 

Middle of August

 

Calum had been talking about his feelings a lot lately and I was so thankful that he was opening up and he even told me that he bought a baby book. I was a little surprised that he was already taking steps to become an amazing parent. 

He was already talking about how we should tell our parents. He had been googling things about great ways to break the news to parents and he's sent me about 50 ways to tell them. I knew my parents weren't going to be mad but they were going to be disappointed. And not because I was having a baby, they've wanted to be grandparents since my older sister got married two years ago. They're going to be disappointed in the fact that I'm not married. 

I wasn't sure if we should tell our parents just yet because it was so early on. I mean some women don't even know that they're pregnant at this point. 

Calum couldn't wait to tell his parents so he decided that he wanted to take them out to dinner tonight and tell them so I agreed and I was stressing on the drive to pick him up and then head to the restaurant where they decided. 

"Relax." He commented rubbing his hand over my thigh which wasn't helping me at all. Lately I had been feeling so many different emotions. I felt horny, and sick, and hungry, and tired all at the same time all the time. "They're not going to judge you." I have known Calum's parents the same amount of time that I've known him but I don't think they know that we were sleeping together. 

"We're telling your parents that i'm pregnant with your baby. I have every right to be nervous." I sighed as I pulled into a spot and got out fixing my dress. He came around the car and grabbed my hand as we headed inside to find his parents at a table. I greeted them before sitting down and picking up a menu. I had no idea when Calum was going to say anything. I had no idea how this was going to go down. 

"So, I have some news." Calum said making me put my menu down and smile a little at him. "And please try not to make a scene in this restaurant." He commented. 

"What did you do? How much money do you need?" His mom, Joy asked. 

"I don't need your money but Jayde and I would really appreciate your love and support about this." They both looked confused as he talked. I would be too. I was so nervous about how they were going to react. 

"Spit it out, Calum." 

"Jayde's pregnant. With my baby." Calum said and his parents looked at each other before looking at us. 

"I had no idea you were dating." Joy said looking a little shocked about finding out about her first grandchild. 

"We're not dating." Calum answered and I was so red in the face that I felt like my makeup was melting off. "We um, we've been hooking up for a few years." Calum clarified and I felt like I was going to die. There was no way in hell that I was going to tell my parents that we had been hooking up. My parents weren't the type to care about who I was having sex with him and they always made sure I was being safe while living in their house. 

"What do your parents think about this?" David, his dad asked. 

"We haven't told them yet. I'm waiting until I'm a little further along. I don't want something to happen if we tell them too early and get them all excited for it to not end well." I commented and he nodded. 

"How far along are you?" Joy asked. 

"6 weeks." I grabbed my purse to hand her an ultrasound picture. "I wanted to wait to tell you both too but Calum has no patience." They both laughed at my words as I smiled at Calum and he grabbed my hand. 

"We're going to do our best to raise this baby and we would love if you were supportive and in this child's life." 

"Of course we will, Honey." Joy said standing up and extending her arms to hug him and then me. 

"We're afraid." Calum added. Of all the things I was expecting him to say, this wasn't one. 

"It's okay to be afraid. Me and your father were afraid too and we were financially stable and were married for two years before having your sister." 

"I make plenty of money to support a child it's just everything else that we're afraid of." Of course I wasn't going to tell them that Calum was a drug dealing drug addict and that was one of the reasons why I was afraid. Calum told me that people were after him. That he had pissed off a lot of people. 

Calum continued the conversation as I stared off blankly at a light on the wall. He rubbed my thigh before looking at me. 

"Jay, what do you want to eat?" He asked pulling me out of my thoughts as I looked at him and then ordered my food. I so needed a glass of wine. 

By the time our food was on the table the conversation was shifted to something else but I still felt like I was going to vomit. I'm thankful that Calum's parents didn't freak out and make a scene but it doesn't make it any easier that they just found out they are going to be grandparents. I prayed that my parents took it just as well as they did. 

We stood outside the restaurant saying our goodbyes before I got into the car with Calum. We had both decided that he would stay the night and then take the train back home tomorrow sometime. 

As I began driving he took a baggie out of his pocket and did a line off my dashboard. 

"Calum!" I shouted watching in horror as he actually just did that. "Are you serious right now?" I asked annoyed. 

"I needed it after just doing that." I rolled my eyes as I drove. "I won't do anymore. I promise." He said which I wasn't going to believe at all. I parked the car before heading to my apartment with him following behind. "We need to talk about the living situation once the baby comes." He commented as we both changed. 

"Well, I'm planning to live here with the baby." I commented as I got into bed and he laid next to me. 

"Okay but do you want me to move in?" I looked at him. It was a valid question to ask but I had never really thought what we were going to be doing once the baby was here. 

"I'll have to think about it but if you're going to live here with us, you can't be doing drugs and selling drugs." He nodded but I knew that it was a game changer for him. 

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