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4 Published Works

Featured work.

My Excuse? It's Part of the Mission

Social data: 9.3K reads. 283 votes. 45 comments.

Description: Chelsea Richards is your not so average head cheerleader. With flaming red hair and a nerdy attitude to boot, Chelsea is also a non-traditional spy. Having been in martial arts training since the moment she could walk, Chelsea is the perfect underc...


Other Works by soulmist73.
Uniquely Ordinary

Uniquely Ordinary

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Callum Fox always has a smile. But all is not what meets the eye. He returns to his hometown after seve...

My Friend the Stranger

My Friend the Stranger

1K 5 0

Gwen lives the simple normal life. A tennis player, and horse rider with an amazing best friend and the...

UndECIded

UndECIded

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Find yourself

Completed


He immediately becomes somber and I kick myself for feeling bad about it. It’s not like I promised him that we could go back to what we were. There’s still an ocean worth of issues between us and for...
soulmist73
The first time I read TBBG I thought she was overreacting and being whiny and I actually got annoyed with her character , but reading this again gave me a lot of perspective, we only think she's overreacting because we want them together again so badly. This story dictates real life problems, the fact is he cheated on her, or at least thinks he did and even if she forgave him and becomes instantly happy, she would lose her self worth. What self respecting woman goes back to a cheater? It doesn't matter if he did or did not actually cheat, the fact of the matter is that they have issues and they need to be sorted and not swept under the rug. Lots of stories do that and give the impression that everything turns out fine and dandy. Real relationships don't work like that. They require effort no matter how much love there is because relationships are more than just love, it's about respect and trust for your partner and yourself. I'm glad Jess makes them struggle, it makes Colessa more realistic, and it makes them stronger as individuals and as a couple.