Romeo And Juliet Roller Coaster
Author: C.C Phoenixx

Chapter 23
Blood Hound


Being stoned was amazing, especially when the situation around you was as good as shit. I couldn't really think that well as I drove through Providence, thinking of places Bam would go. I knew I was running out of time, and you can't fight something that's inevitable. But, as my high began to fade an emptiness returned and I felt sick to my stomach.

I had to pull over twice so I could puke in the break down lane. I didn't know having a broken heart could make you feel like this. I usually broke hearts; never had mine broken before and lemme tell you, it's quite the experience.

The idea came to me as I was bending down outside of my car on the side of the street, ready to heave again and unleash my stomach's contents. Why don't I hire someone to find my Bammie?

As I straightened up and leaned against my car, I wiped my mouth and pulled out my phone, dialing the one number I never thought I would.

"Yo, it's--"

"Yeah yeah, I know who it is," I snapped quickly, my head spinning. "It's Jude and I have a deal for you."

There was a breathy sigh on the other end of the line. "What's the deal?" he snapped.

"If you can find my Bam, I'll let you take over my drug routes," I hissed out through clenched teeth. That was one of the hardest things I did today. My drug routes were the only thing keeping me sane, it was something to do, plus I got my money (dirty or not), and I got good dope. The thing was, everyone wanted my routes. I'd worked my way up the ladder with the Makers until I'd gotten the most well-paying routes...I knew he'd want this, it was better than giving him two-grand in cash.

"What are you're drug routes?" he demanded.

"First Class," I answered and waited. I could hear him breathing, he sounded like a bloodhound, smelling out the deal as I waited, losing time...

"Why should I do anything for you, man?"

"Two reasons," I whispered critically as my stomach heaved, but not from crashing, from putting the love of my life on the line. "One, the route pays well, and two, Bam."

"You got yourself a deal," he said after a moment with a sigh. "But I'm only doing it for the money."

"I'll let you think that," I murmured and hung up as I began to puke once again, dry-heaving painfully as I thought, I just practically handed Bam over to Cole.


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