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No More Room For Love – Prologue

No More Room For Love – Prologue

Copyright © 2017 by Loudest Thoughts

No part of this work is to be copied or distributed without the prior written permission of the author.

SYNOPSIS: The heart is embargoed with lies, secrets, hurt, cries, betrayal, love, and friendship.

We all have the right to love to the fullest, but who we want to love and spend the rest of our lives with is a gamble and a choice. But then, when it is forced and betrayal pops up, the path to love changes.

Ego, hatred, and frustration set in. To recover may take forever, but it is entirely a choice of the heart. You decide whether to get out of your situation or learn to live with it.




“I’m sorry, Katie.” Matt’s arms encircled me as I sobbed on her shoulders, soiling her top.

“He is gone,” she sobbed. “Andy has finally killed me.” Katie cried loudly.

Katie, do not say that; you are going nowhere. She gave her a reassuring smile. “You will be fine; just give it time.”

She was just not in the mood for Matt’s soothing words at that moment.

“Why do I always end up with this kind of bad luck?” None of my relationships have ever lasted—one tragedy and a broken heart after the other. Katie asked herself and got no response from Matt.

She sobbed and sat on the floor as onlookers watched with sad expressions and murmured their condolences.

Matt didn’t know what else she could do to help her friend at the time, so she sat with her smooching her shoulder. 



Andy became her whole life after all her previous relationships failed. They had many plans for their relationship.

There were times when they had big fights, but they always patched things up.

But this time, Katie knew it was forever goodbye when his health became a problem.

Though she stood by him and got the best doctors for chemo and surgeries, the last one snatched him off planet Earth.

„When will I recover from this tragedy? “Katie asked herself again while lying on Matt’s chest.

He was the only man who had accepted her for who she was. He rather gave her the affection she never got from her dad.


Andy instantly stood up with so much energy and no regrets for what he just did to an obviously good woman.

Then he peered through the theatre window.

The light in the room was too bright, hence distracting him. Andy noticed his now-ex-girlfriend walking away from him, her friend consoling her.

Then he felt a hand on his shoulder. ‘’Gentle man.”

“It’s Andy, sir!”

“Andy, why treat a good woman that way?” He asked angrily.

“From where I stand, that woman loves you.” But I do not get why you should fake your own death.

“Doctor, you would not understand.” He kept playing the events of the past year in his head.

“Please help me understand.” “I know you only paid me to fake your brain tumor and death, but you nearly killed her as a result of your stunt.”

Katie is strong and would survive all this.

She spent an hour on a drip after hearing the news. The doctor told him.

“I’m sorry, but she is just too attached to me.”

“So, you don’t love her?” Andy’s doctor curiously asked again.

“I love her, but not the way she wants me to.”

“Then was something wrong with her?”

“There was nothing wrong with her; I have found someone else I love more than her doctor.” She has been through a lot in the past, and this is the best way I could help her recover early.

“I must admit you are heartless.” Our deal is over, Mr. Andy. “I will send you back what you paid me.” “I refuse to be a part of this torture.” He muttered before storming out.

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