He Wasn't Being Loyal
Bruiser was coming out of his room at the clubhouse, he had packed a couple of bags to leave over at Madison’s house. He had been spending the past four months at her house. He spent his days doing work for the club, but he spent his nights at Madison’s showing her how much he enjoyed being with her. They would spend hours talking and getting to know each other. He told her about his hopes, his dreams, his insecurities. She told him about her life before and after Bouncer, he told her about his ex Kameron who he had a property patch made up for but as soon as he gave it to her she wrote him a dear John letter. Bruiser looked up to see a bunch of his brothers standing in the hallway.
Big Mac and his son Little Mac were standing there with their arms crossed looking pissed.
“We need to have a conversation, come to the bar.”
They all walked into the bar and Bruiser saw a couple more guys sitting out there.
“What’s up guys what do you want to talk about?”
Diego was the first to speak.
“What is this we hear that you are messing with Bouncer’s old lady?”
Bruiser looked at all the eyes looking at him, his brothers looked pissed.
“Yeah, you heard right.”
Porky took a swing at him and he darted to the side.
“You son of a b*tch, that is your dead brother’s woman, how could you disrespect him like that?”
“So, you’re telling me you would rather have her date some worthless piece of sh*t guy than me? Someone who can take care of her, someone who can keep her in the family where we can take care of her?”
The guys started looking at each other, thinking about their own women. If something happened to them would they want their old ladies with a good guy from the club or some other dude?
“That’s not the point, the point is you don’t go after a brother’s woman.”
There was a murmur of agreement throughout the group.
“But Bouncer’s dead and I love her.”