Coming Home

He came home, and she knew hell would break loose...


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After I was done working on the car, I got cleaned up and headed into town to go to the court house. It had been too long since I had been here and I knew a visit was long overdue. I had the tub of cookies my mom baked for everyone and was excited.

“Welcome back Miss. Bethany!” Judy said when I walked in.

“Hey there; where is everyone?”

“Conference room three.”

“Thank you.” I walked in there and everyone turned to stare before smiling.

“Welcome back Bethany!” I placed the cookies on the food table and sat down with them.

I made it home just in time for dinner and by just in time, I meant I sprinted inside and almost ran into the table. Everyone just stared at me as I was out of breathe and just took my seat.

“How was it?” My mom asked me.

“Uh, sad, like usual.”

“What do you do at the court house?” Peggy asked me. I glanced at her and sighed.

“Uhm, I go there to meet with kids that are a part of the system and waiting for their trial about whether or not they are going to become wards of the state or if they can go back home. So I got hang out with them before their trials and play with them, watch movies; stuff like that.” Kane started coughing and I caught Sam and Taylor smirking. 

“You good, bro?” Taylor asked him.

“Yeah, swallowed the wrong way. Sorry.” Kane said, staring me down.

“Yeah, anyway; it was a lot of bad news for the kids today so it was sad.” I finished before digging into my food.

“Well that is very sweet of you.” Peggy said.

“Thanks.” I said, half smiling. I was never one to want to brag about what I did, it made me uncomfortable but I wasn’t going to lie to Peggy.

“It’s a shame; she did so much work, her grads were always perfect, and yet she didn’t get accepted to a single college.” My mom said. I glanced over at Sam who was the only one in the family who knew what I was doing. Just as I was about to look back down I saw Kane staring me down, making it known he saw.

“Wow, what a shame. There is always next year, and maybe a junior college could get your foot in the door.” Peggy said.

“Yeah, I don’t think that’s in the books for me this year.” I said slowly before shoveling more food in my mouth.

After dinner, I was up in the barn trying to calm myself down from dinner. It got too close to what I’ve been trying to hide and I was not ready to have that conversation yet. I didn’t want them to figure it out yet. I had my guitar out and was playing slowly while I had the UC Santa Barbara acceptance letter next to me, tucked into my journal.

“You all good, sis?” I sighed and looked over at Sam, almost on the verge of tears.

“I just can’t do it, Sam. I do so much and I know mom and dad aren’t dumb; they’re going to figure it out at some point and they’re going to be furious.” Sam sat next to me and sighed.

“I know they’ll be mad but maybe you should just rip the band-aid, you know? You don’t want to leave, and I get that. This is your home but you’ve also wanted to leave and follow your dreams. This farm isn’t your dream. We can do just fine without you.”

“I just worry, you know?”

“Yeah, we know. But with how much you do for this town, how much you know and have taught yourself, it’s a stretch that not one single college wanted you; you see what I mean? Like all the volunteering, the music, cars, the grades you got, everything you do…you aren’t meant to stay in this small town. You are meant to do great things and you can’t do them in our small town.”

“I know…I just feel like I can’t leave. This little town is my home and I just…”

“I know. You know you’re secret is safe with me until you want to tell them.” Sam said as she picked up my journal. “California, huh? This was the top choice?”

“Yeah…it was…”

“Well, just let me know when you’re ready and I’ll be there to hold your hand, okay?” I nodded and Sam walked off, leaving me alone. I sighed and looked back down at my journal before closing it.

I was sitting there, alone with my thoughts. I couldn’t stop thinking about college, California, this town, my life here; I had grown so attached in my ways that what I was doing to get into a good college that I now didn’t ever want to leave. I had grown to know everyone in this town so well that I didn’t want to leave a single one of them.

“So you play too?” I looked up to see Kane standing there, leaning on the entry way of the barn doors.

“Uh, yeah, I do.” I said, nodding and pushing my journal so it was behind me. “The horses like it.”

“So what don’t you do?” Kane asked and I only shrugged.

“I try to be the best person, the best version of me I can be.”

“Yeah, clearly. You’ve put me to shame.”

“Honestly, that was the goal.”

“Wow, brutal. But either way, you seem to mean a lot to the people here and they must really respect you around here. I don’t think anyone back home does as much as you say you do, even sugarcoated.”

“Yeah well, I guess it’s just who I am as a person. I may like the quiet and being alone and sometimes not doing anything but during the day I like to be busy.”

“You know, I’ve heard through the grapevine what Chase did to you, and honestly if I knew I wouldn’t have gone out with him yesterday night. You don’t deserve that. I mean, no girl does to be honest but you seem like a great person and he wasn’t right for you.” Kane said slowly.

“Oh yeah? And who would be right for me?” I snapped.

“Someone who appreciates all you do for them, and for everyone around you.” I narrowed my eyes at him, trying to figure out what he was getting at. “You know, someone who doesn’t take you for granted.”

“Uh huh, what’s your point, Kane?”

“There is no point; I’m just saying.”

“You’ve never just said anything without any hidden meaning.”

“True; but it’s not like I’m trying to be mean so it doesn’t matter. What are you writing?”

“Where are your friends?”

“They started up a bonfire with Sam on the other side of the house.”


“My motive was to come and ask if you wanted to join.”

“Great; someone with motives and a liar; great.” I said, rolling my eyes.

“I’m not lying to you.”

“You know, you’ve been here, what, 3 days now, and you expect me to believe that? You always lied about something or lied to trick me into something so excuse me if I don’t believe you.”

“You don’t have to; I wouldn’t if I were you.”

“Shut up.” I finally snapped.

“Message received; but either way, you’re obviously welcome to join if you change your mind.” Kane said before half waving and walking off. I watched him walk off and it was the first time I ever watched him walk away and it was then I realized how attractive he really was. He turned his baseball cap backwards as he walked and his jeans moved perfectly with him while his white t-shirt clung to his arm muscles and showed off his tattoos perfectly. I shook the thoughts away and looked back down at my journal, not sure what the hell to do except call Haylee.

“Girl, why are you always hanging out in this smelly barn when shit in your life gets confusing?” Haylee questioned when she showed up a few minutes later.

“I think I might be attracted to Kane…”

“Well duh; we all knew this would happen but the fuck happened that made you realize that?”

“Just how he’s been treating me and talking to me. Like he knows I hate him and is respecting my space even with my mom shoving him at me basically and like knows when to shut up and walk away; like I don’t know…”

“Yeah, Dean is gonna be pissed.”

“Yeah well Dean knows I feel nothing for him.”

“Yeah still; and then you got all this Chase drama always.”

“Are you trying to convince me to just crawl in a hole?”

“I mean, and then there’s California; like the state, not Travis…”


“Right, sorry. But come on, this is your summer; do you, do what you want. Fuck it’s been 3 days. Give it some time before you go for this Kane thing just in case he’s trying to play you, you know?”

“Yeah, true…” I said slowly.

“But either way, Dean is having a bonfire; want to go?”

“Yeah, let’s go.” I said as I walked over to her car with her to head up the street.



“She hates me still.” I said to Sam when I rejoined them.

“Well duh; you suck ass.” Sam said. “Did you expect her to drop her pants for you or some shit when you went over there? It’s going to take more than one morning horseback riding and being nice one day for you to win her over. Like you saw what she just dealt with and how she handles that. And you’ve also only been here 3 days. She isn’t going to go head over boots for you in point 3 seconds, just saying.”

“Head over boots?” Jake questioned.

“The bitch only wears boots. Her putting on heels is like a special occasion.” Sam said, rolling her eyes.

“Got it.” Jake said.

“But seriously; fuck with my sister and you have her and I to deal with and if you think she’s bad, I was the bad kid…I’m a lot worse.” Sam pointed out.

“Right, got it; thank you Sam. Has anyone seen Taylor by the way?”

“Oh Stella invited her over to Dean’s with her tonight for a bonfire and party. Which means Bethany will probably end up there at some point. Dean never forgets to invite her anywhere.”

“So I’ve gotten the hint on him.”

“Yeah, don’t worry about him though. He’s harmless and also, Bethany doesn’t like him like that. She’s sworn off men this summer, probably forever.”

“Thank you for that glimpse of hope, Sam.” I said, rolling my eyes.

“Hey, you’re lucky enough I’m helping you; I hate you, remember?”

“Yes, I remember.” I said as everyone started laughing.

We sat there and joked and drank for the next few hours. It was nice to have a good, relaxing night after the last two nights. They’ve been crazy and it was nice to just sit around and be able to take in all the beautiful surroundings. This was the second time I realized how right Bethany was and how much I was starting to miss being here; and it was only day 3 out of 3 months before I started college back in California.



I was up at my normal time of 5 to go for a run. I was trying to get my head straight after yesterday night and well, the past 3 days really. It was a long 3 days and the summer just started. I don’t know if I could handle 3 months of this like everyone seemed to think I could; well at least my parents. They keep saying it’s great and I’m just not feeling it.

“Hey you!” Taylor said as I ran back up to the house.

“Hey, you’re up early.”

“Yeah, didn’t sleep great. Last night was awesome though. It was so nice to see some people again.”

“Oh yeah, I’m glad you had fun. How do you like California? I feel like I haven’t been able to talk to you since you got here and last night we were all a bit to drunk.” I joked.

“Oh shit, no it’s nice and all but it’s not home, you know? Like I love it, it’s fun, but there’s nothing like the feeling of being home.”

“Yeah, I would say I understand but I’ve never left here.” I joked.

“True. But how has it been here since we left?”

“Oh it’s the same thing every day. Nothing has really changed too much. There’s not much to change around here.”

“This is true. I like that though. I can always come home and know it’s going to be home. Did you want coffee? I made a fresh pot.” Taylor asked.

“Oh god yes. I would love some.” She laughed and we walked inside and she poured me a cup.

“Here you are…what are the plans for the day?”

“I don’t really have any, honestly. I mean, besides helping Carol out in town later this afternoon.”

“Do you mind if I tagged along?”

“Sure, I don’t mind.”

“Cool, thanks!” Taylor said before walking into the living room and turning on the TV. I went back outside onto the porch to listen to the birds and watch as the sun slowly came up.

“Morning there.” I looked up to see Kane joining me outside with his coffee and I just half smiled.


“It’s nice out here today; already hot as hell though.”

“Uh yeah, that tends to happen.”

“Someone’s a little snippy in the morning.”

“I don’t know; I already talked to your sister and I was fine. I think it’s you; you bring out the worst in me.” I half joked.


“What time is it?” I asked.

“Almost 9, why?”

“I don’t know. I’ve just been out here awhile and didn’t know the time. So I asked you since you just so happen to be standing here.”

“Well then it’s almost 9. Did you have big plans to try and escape me?”

“Yes, I do actually. I normally do but somehow I always get stuck with you anyway.”

“Yeah, except last night. You managed to escape with Haylee and no one knew except Taylor since she was with you.”

“Yeah, I needed some time away from you. You’re way too much to handle sometimes.”

“I’ll take that as a compliment.”

“It wasn’t meant to be one.” I said, rolling my eyes.

“I know.” Kane smirked and leaned up again a post on the porch and looked out at the fields. “It’s so quiet here.”

“Always was, normally is; but you seem to talk a lot.”

“Wow, just gotta fit one in there whenever possible, don’t you?”

“Yup; it’s my job as the salty kid on the inside still. That and it seems to keep you in your place so you don’t think you’re the shit.”

“Well I know I am.” Kane said, smirking.

“Keep telling yourself that; maybe one day it’ll actually be true.”

“But really, what are your plans today?”

“To help Carol with your sister.” I said, standing up.

“Yeah, no, I don’t want to do that.”

“I figured as much; it was a good plan to have to escape you for a bit.” I said before walking inside, leaving him there.

After breakfast, Taylor and I both cleaned up and she helped me feed the horses before we headed off for town. She was still telling me about life in California while I stayed quiet and listened. In brief moments I would throw in something minorly new about town but there was never much to say.

“Hi Carol!” I called once we reached the town square.

“Oh hello dear…Taylor, Taylor Brown?! Is that you dear?!”

“Hi Carol!” Taylor called.

“Well I heard you were back in town but I just would not believe it until I saw you with my own two eyes. Well good lord, how have you been?!”

“Oh I’ve been good. It is so good to be home though.”

“Nothing like home, now isn’t that right?”

“Of course.”

“Have you come to help out Bethany, here?”

“Yeah, of course.”

“Still got that singing voice of yours then?” Carol asked, making Taylor turn to stare at me.

“Wait what?”

“Bethany performs at all town parties!”

“Well this is something new.” Taylor said, still looking at me.

“Haylee and I do it, actually.” 

“And where is that little darling?” Carol asked.

“She should be on her way.” I said as Carol nodded.

“Well I am not much of a singer but you can put me to work anywhere else.” Taylor said, finally turning back to Carol.

“Of course dear; I’ll find something for you. An extra hand never hurt anybody!” Taylor smiled as Carol wandered off then she whipped back to me.


“Yeah, this is me helping so she doesn’t need to hire anyone.” I said, laughing.

“And why at dinner Cami said she likes to stay local…”


“I can’t even believe you.” Taylor said, smiling and shaking her head.

“Hey girls; Bethany, you ready?” I nodded just as Carol came back to steal Taylor away for help putting up tents.

Haylee and I spent most of the afternoon practicing as Taylor watched from the tent area while helping over there. She kept glancing over so I knew she was paying attention but I had no idea why she seemed so interested in this. Haylee and I finished off our set for the second time just as the sun started setting and Carol was bringing Taylor back over to us.

“You girls are such a help. Here, have some dinner. I cooked it fresh for you.” We all sat down on the stage that was still being worked on and ate sitting there.  

“Thank you Carol.” We all said as she walked off again, just waving back at us.

“So, you know that’s going to kill my brother, right?” Taylor said, breaking the silence.

“Oh, Bethany already did that. When we went to Nashville, the dancing; you’d think the kid was having a stroke.” Haylee said, laughing.

“You dance too?” Taylor said, looking back at me.

“Yeah.” I kept it short because I hated talking about me, and now it was both Kane and I.

“So you really do everything. No wonder Kane never stopped loving you.” Taylor said before pausing, realizing what she said.

“Wait, excuse me?” I said, putting my fork down.

“Well, my bad. But yeah; he was like in love with you as a kid. Since we’ve been in California he has like flings but never anything serious, and like he doesn’t know I know this but he has like the one picture of you two together as kids hidden in his room.”

“Oh my god…” Haylee said, starting to smirk.

“You’re fucking kidding me.” I said again.

“Nope, totally serious. He was totally in love with you, pretty sure he still is. Actually, correction, I know he still is. Travis and Jake make fun of him for it constantly. Tommy, well he just is whatever about it. He doesn’t give a rat’s ass. He’s the normal one of those 3.”

“Wait a minute; you’ve over heard this yourself?!” I asked, still in shock.

“Yeah, plenty of times. I mean, when we knew this vacation was final, the two months leading up to it, all Kane could talk about was you, and all Travis and Jake could talk about was how in love with you he was and how he was in denial about it. But he actually never denied it. He just kept saying you annoyed him.”

“Girl, I think we need to make this show even more extra than we usually do…” Haylee said, turning to me and smirking.

“I think I agree.”

“Oh my god, I just gave you full access to fucking with my brother…”

“Are you gonna tell him?” I asked, raising an eyebrow.

“Uh…no, actually I think it’ll be good for him.” Taylor said, smirking. “I’m in.” We all started laughing and went back to our dinner before Haylee, Taylor, and I started working on something even bigger than usual for this show.

“Ya’ll are home late.” My dad said when we walked up to the porch. Literally everyone was sitting outside and relaxing.

“Oh yeah; we uh, got caught up helping Carol and you know, she made us dinner. Plus like, of course I had to just drag Bethany around and say hello to everyone so that put us back on helping.” Taylor said, smiling.

“Oh of course. We were just getting worried.” My mom said. “How are you Haylee?” My mom asked, looking around Taylor and I.

“Oh, I’ve never been better. Is it cool if I spend the night?”

“Of course, darlin’. You are always welcome here.”

“MOMMA AND DAD!” I smirked and bit my lip as Bee came peeling up the drive.

“And I hear Bee.” My dad said.

“So I kind of have plans tonight and kind of needed Haylee and Bee tomorrow anyway so is it cool that they both stay over?” I asked, smirking.

“What are you planning…?” My dad asked, giving me the side eye.

“We don’t plan, Craig; we fucking plot.” Taylor said.

“You kids worry me. Where are you off to tonight?” Peggy asked.

“Oh I’m taking your children, your tag-a-long children, Sam, and these two out into the woods.” I said, shrugging.

“The woods?” Peggy asked, slightly shocked.

“Oh don’t worry; we’ll make sure to be safe. “ Sam said, jumping in knowing exactly what I was talking about.

“Ya’ll load up.” I said, still holding my keys. Everyone was questioning it as we got to my truck but Sam and I kept quiet. Haylee and Bee shoved Kane’s friends in the bed with them while Sam and Taylor got my backseat and somehow, I ended up next to Kane.

“So where are we really going?” Kane asked.

“The middle of the woods.” I said, looking at him. “Did you think I was kidding?”

“Uh, sort of…”

“Yeah, buckle up, kid.” I said, laughing and shaking my head. After taking off, I was starting to slow down after a few minutes trying to find the dirt road.

“THERE! BETHANY TURN LEFT FUCKING NOW!” Haylee screamed. I ripped it to the left causing everyone to scream and I floored it through the woods, causing mud to splash fucking everywhere. When I finally came to a stop, Kane looked petrified while Taylor was laughing her ass off.

“Where are we?” Taylor asked between laughing.

“Come on.” I said, hopping out. Everyone in the back was covered in mud and I couldn’t help but laugh.

“Best fucking trip ever. Drive like that more often.” Bee said happily. We walked a little ways up the hill and I was staring off the bottom of the cliff.

“Dude, you’re kind of close to the edge there…” Jake said slowly.

“Fuck it.” I peeled my shirt off, tossing it to the side and jumped.



“Did she just fucking jump off a cliff?!” Travis asked, shocked, only to have Bee and Haylee taking off and jumping right after her.

“What the fuck?!” Tommy yelled. Not seconds later we heard the splash and we all looked over and they were about 40 feet down in water.

“ARE YOU BITCHES CRAZY?!” Jake yelled.

“NO ONE CALLS MY FAMILY OR FRIENDS BITCHES!” Sam yelled shoving him off the edge. He started screaming and I heard the girls faintly laughing. “Tommy?” Sam questioned.

“I think I’ll walk down.” Tommy said, trying to find a trail.

“I mean, good luck finding it.” Sam said. “Your best bet is to jump. I’ll jump with you; here.” Sam held her hand out to him and he finally took it and jumped.

“Just me and you bro; you ready?”

“Fuck no.” I said, shaking my head.

“What, you can surf massive ass waves but you can’t jump 40 feet into a pool of water?” Taylor said, smirking at me. I looked over the side again and sighed.

“Fine.” Taylor and I jumped at the same time and I was suppressing the urge to scream like a little bitch the whole way down.

“Holy shit.” Taylor said, popping up. “That shit is fucking awesome; how did you find this place?”

“Pure luck.” Bethany said, shrugging. “Put I keep the location pinned in my phone in case it’s ever too dark and I get lost.” She pushed her hair back and that’s when I realized her shirt was still at the top of the cliff. I tried not to stare but I knew at least Sam caught me watching her as she climbed out onto one of the lower rocks and laid down with Haylee next to her, leaning her head on her shoulder.

“Try not to make it obvious or anything.” Taylor said, shoving me.

“Fuck, it’s not like I’m trying to make it obvious, but, come on…”

“He has a point; even I was staring.” Travis said.

“Bro, you stare at anything with boobs and two legs.” Jake said.

“Also true…” Travis said, smiling.

“Fucking gross.” Sam said, shaking her head.

For the next few hours, we all played games, looked at the stars, Bethany and her friends even climbed back up to jump again, just silly stuff for the next few hours. I had no idea places like this even existed around our town and of course, it was Bethany who found them. It was like she had a knack for these things.

Once we all started getting really cold, Bethany and Haylee led us up the really sketchy path back to the truck so we could head back to the house. I now knew what Sam meant by jumping down was really your best bet because I think going down this would be hell. Jumping really would just be better if you knew what was good for you.

“Okay, no one goes near the house.” Bethany said once we pulled up to the house.

“Wait, how else am I supposed to change?” Tommy asked.

“We have to walk up to the barn to get washed off first. My parents see on spec of mud, they will murder every last one of us.” Sam said. WE all started heading up at our own pace since it was a pretty long walk.

“Hey, that was fun.” I said to Bethany who was pretty close to me.

“I’m glad you liked it, city boy.”

“Am I ever going to get called by my real name?” I questioned, rolling my eyes.

“When you’ve earned it.” I could tell she was smirking and it was killing me.

“Fine. But that place was really cool.”

“I know.”

“You know, it’s hard as hell to hold a conversation with you when all I get is like one or two words out of you.” I pointed out.

“That’s the point.” She looked over at me and shook her head, still smirking.

“You make me crazy.” I said, shaking my head.

“Again, I think that’s kind of the point.” She winked at me before catching up with Taylor and Bee who were a few people ahead of us. She linked her arms with theirs and they started laughing with each other almost immediately.

“You tried.” Sam said. “But look on the bright side; she didn’t glare at you.”

“Gee, thank you Sam.”

“No problems; gotta find the bright sides sometimes.” Sam shrugged and I shook my head and looked back at her again. She was literally perfect; even with her hair dripping, her clothes dripping, but her eyes sparkled when the moon light hit them just right and it really did just kill me.

After we all got hosed down, we made our way back to the house to get changed before we caught a cold. Bethany made us all tea and brought it to our rooms since at this point we were all pretty tired and were making our way to bed. I smiled at her when she handed me some and she just half smiled before walking away to go hang out with Bee, Haylee, and my sister.

When I woke up the next morning, Bethany, her friends, and my sister were all gone and Sam was chilling out front with Travis. I joined them and they just nodded at me, finishing their conversation.

“Why do you look so confused?” Sam asked.

“Where is everyone?”

“Oh, you slept in; it’s almost 11 so most people already started their day.” Travis said. “I mean, this is the south.”

“You can’t say that shit.” Sam said. “Fuck off.”

“Shit; I only get nice Sam every once in a blue moon.”

“Learn to accept it. That’s all Kane gets with my sister; it’s how we work.”

“Wait, what?” I said, turning my head, smirking.

“Shove the smirk up your ass before I put it there for you.” Sam said, getting up.

“Yeah, message received loud and clear.” I said, holding my hands up.

“Good. Do you want coffee?”

“I would love some.” I said.

“Me too!” Travis called.

“Fuck off!” Sam called back.

“Bro; what is it with these Walker girls? You think you got them and then they tell you to shove it. Is that like a thing?”

“Yeah; it is with them. You can never actually tell if they like you, hate you, or are just plain tolerating your presence.”

“Fuck; like why does that need to be so attractive?”

“Because you’re used to easy, not a challenge so it makes you work harder, then you get to know the girl more, then you realize you actually like her. That’s why it’s more attractive.”

“Well fuck that. I don’t like this.”

“Like what?” Sam asked, handing me coffee.

“Seriously? You really didn’t get me any?!” Travis asked.

“Did you not hear me yell fuck off? Because I can tell it to you again, California.”

“Jesus; between you and your sister I feel like I should legally change my name.”

“You should. It weirdly fits you.” Sam said before walking off.

“Wait, where you going?!” I called.

“To make sure Jake and Tommy haven’t killed themselves yet.”

“Wait, where are they?!” I asked.

“The barn, attempting to feed the horses.” Sam said, laughing before jogging off.

“Dude, what is happening to us? Since when did we find just sitting outside relaxing and nice?” Travis said, turning to me.

“Welcome to my home town. This is all it really is.”

“Fucking shit. I don’t think I’m going to be able to go back home.”

“Yeah, you’re telling me…”

“Well dude; I would drop my life for Bethany. I know shit about her since she hates all of us but based on looks alone I would do it.”

“And again, you would do that for anything with boob and two legs.”

“Again, still true.” Travis said, smirking. I rolled my eyes and leaned back in the chair and was just enjoying the quietness and calmness of everything around me.

“Morning sleepy head.” I looked up and saw Bethany, Haylee, Bee, and Taylor all ride up on horses.

“So that’s where you all disappeared to.”

“Yeah, we were up all night, then we were too excited to sleep, so Beth suggested ridding out to see the sunrise and god damn it is beautiful. Then we just hung out on the hills for a while.” Taylor said.

“Sounds nice.” I said, looking over at Bethany who was on her phone.

“Wait, you actually own one of those?” Travis joked.

“I’ll shove that smirk up your ass if you don’t shut up.” Bethany said without looking up.

“Between you and your sister, I can’t catch a break.” Travis groaned.

“That’s the point. We don’t like you, so you aren’t going to; got it, California?”

“Yeah, it’s crystal clear.”

“Just like your intentions with my sister.” I started choking on my coffee from laughing and everyone else was laughing too.

“What the fuck?!”

“I’ll kill you, California; remember that.” Bethany said, finally looking up.

“How could I possibly forget?”

“Okay good; anyway, we need to head into town so…bye.” Bethany said before her and everyone turned around to follow her to bring the horses back to the barn.

“Why do I find them so attractive?” Travis asked again.

“Because as I said…”

“Yeah, I get it. But still. I never had a girl turn me down.”

“I know you haven’t. It’s a nice change of pace to see two girls rip you apart, not going to lie.”

“Fuck off.” I started laughing and went back to my coffee before Jake, Tommy, and Sam rejoined us on the porch.

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