Still Didn't Feel Better
Bruiser attached his bags to his bike and rolled out, he pulled into Madison’s driveway and a sense of peace descended around him. He walked up to the door and saw a sheet of paper taped to it. He pulled it off and began to read it, his heart dropping into his stomach.
“Dear Bruiser, I know this letter is going to hurt you and I don’t know any other way to avoid it. I went to the clubhouse today, I was going to surprise you and come spend time with you. I heard what happened and know that the guys aren’t happy that we’re together. And, even though I love you, in such a short period of time I refuse to be the cause of your troubles with the club. I know how much you love the club and how important it is to you. So, I’m packing and moving away, there are too many memories here between you and bouncer. And I can’t handle the memories of you, so I’m letting you go so that you can be with your first love. Know that I will miss you and the time that we spent together, and I hope that you will one day find someone who can love you and who the club can love as well.
Bruiser crushed the letter in his hand and for the first time in over a decade, he started to cry. He couldn’t believe that he had actually fallen head over heels in love with someone and he had to lose her because of the club. Bruiser grabbed his key and went through the whole house looking for Madison, even though he knew that she wouldn’t be there. He threw his stuff down and hopped on his bike, a little wind therapy was just what he needed to get through this day. But the longer and farther he rode it still didn’t make him feel any better.