Chapter 9: It will never stop
"The Audi?" My dad asked.
"Shit." Dad sat down on the couch and ran his fingers through his hair and sighed. "You sure it was this Climith bitch?"
"Do you want me to take care of her?" He asked. This dark glare was in his eyes and it almost had me scared.
I shook my head.
"Don't say no. I asked you if you wanted me to take care of Tristan, you said no and look at all what happened. I ended up having to take care of him at the end."
I nodded. I know. "I know, dad. But all I want is for you to take the twins until this problem is gone."
Dad looked from me to Sean who was standing right next to me and then Nate who was standing on the other side of me now.
Then to the twins who were in their car seats on the couch.
"I got to run the house, Jenna."
"And that house is more important than your granddaughters?"
"No it's just…"
"Just…what? What makes it so special?"
My dad glared at me. "Come with me downstairs."
I followed him to a door and then downstairs into the basement.
He sat in a leather chair in the corner and stared up at me.
"Jenna, that house is my key to everything."
"Meaning, I'm nothing without it. You can say it's my….insurance."
"Insurance against the people I work with."
"I don't understand."
"You're young. You're not meant to understand."
"I want you to take the twins."
"I can't. I have the house."
"Which is more important?"
Dad sighed. "You know I have other stuff on the side, Jenna."
"Clementine is obviously coming for me. I want them out of this situation and I know they'll be safe with you, dad. I want to take care of this bitch myself."
"You're going to kill her?"
"No. Just going to take handle of the situation."
My dad nodded. "I can do it."
I smiled, went up to him and hugged him.
We came back upstairs and my dad looked to Nate.
"Nate, take care of my baby." Dad said. Nate nodded and smiled at me.
"You too, Sean."
"Yes sir." Sean said.
I went over to my babies and got on my knees. "I love you guys." I whispered. Kaylie leaned forward and grabbed my nose and I smiled although tears came out of my eyes.
"I love you." I whispered.
Haylie smiled and clapped her hands and I kissed her and then Kaylie. They were my heart and they knew they were.
Nate kissed them both whispered "I love you." And then came back to wrap his arm around me.
"I'll take good care of these two. I promise, Jenna." Dad said and I nodded.
"Thank you so much, daddy."
"I love you, Jennacia."
I smiled and wiped away my tears with the back of my hand and sighed softly.
Nate grabbed my hand and led me out of the house and Sean followed us.
Me and Nate and Sean got in Lindsey's car who was waiting outside.
I got in the back and Nate got in with me while Sean got in the front.
I stared out the window the whole time completely heartbroken that I have to keep my twins away just because of this crazy bitch.
"The bridal shop." I whispered.
Lindsey looked behind to me. "Think she's still there?"
"Maybe. I don't know."
"So what's the plan?" Nate asked.
Sean scoffed. "What do you mean? We'll go in there and fuck this bitch up."
I shook my head and sighed. "No. I….I just want to talk to her alone." I grabbed the handle to the door and got, out, and then closed the door. I heard another door closed and I looked over to Nate.
He looked pissed off. "Come on."
"I want to go alone." I said.
"No, Jenna." He leaned against the car staring at me.
I sighed and began walking towards the mall and Nate followed by me. We walked side by side saying nothing. He knew that I was frustrated. But he obviously didn't care.
I opened the door and Nate followed in behind me and we walked through the store, a lot of girls blushing at Nate as we passed.
Yes, I know I have a hot boyfriend. Back the fuck off.
We walked up to the bridal shop that I came to all that time ago.
I opened the glass door and Nate quietly followed me inside.
And the blonde bitch was there. Surprise, surprise.
I stepped to the register and Nate stood right next to me.
He watched Clementine as she frowned while walking towards us. She scowled at me as she came in front of us. "Can I help you?" She asked sourly.
"Yeah, I hope you have about a million dollars in your fucking wallet for what you did to my Audi."
"What?" Of course she denies it.
"Don't play blonder than you already are. You fucked up my Audi and burned down me and Nate's house and I should seriously kick your ass for it but I'm classier than that."
"I don't know what the hell you're talking about nor do I care. Get out."
"Good job keeping your prints off that stupid ass lighter." I said glaring at her.
She stared at me completely lost. But she knew exactly what I was talking about.
"That silver lighter, bitch. You know exactly what I'm talking about. Stop acting fucking stupid for once."
"Why would I ruin your car or your house?"
"Jealous? Very funny. Get the hell out of my store."
"I know that you're planning something in that retarded fucking brain of yours."
"I have better things to do than stand here and moan and groan that my life isn't as perfect as yours, Jenna."
"You said you were going to get revenge."
"That was a while ago, Jenna. Now you're just being paranoid."
"I don't trust you."
"And you don't have to. Right now, you should just leave. I'm not coming after you, or your family. The house thing…I-I'm sorry but I had nothing to do with it nor did I have anything to do with the destruction of your Audi." She gave me a polite smile and I just wanted to tear her head off.
Nate grabbed my hand. "Come on."
"You heard her, Jenna; she has nothing to do with it. Let's go."
"You believe her?" I asked.
"No. I'm just sick of this shit. Okay? I just want to go back home." He walked out of the store and I glared at Clementine before leaving the store. Nate began walking out and I followed after him. I was sick of it too but I can't control it.
We both got back into the car and Sean and Lindsey both looked guilty for a second. I narrowed my eyes at Sean who said nothing. Lindsey blushed. What happened while me and Nate was gone?
Lindsey drove over to Sean's house, dropped him off. Then dropped me and Nate off at Trist-my house. Our house.
After waving goodbye to her, I followed Nate into the house and he slammed the door shut.
"What is wrong?"
"Everything." He answered.
Damn he's mad. I love cute and playful Nate. That's who I fell in love with.
"I just want to leave, go to Florida and not worry about anything else. I have to sleep without my twins in the next room because everybody believes Clementine is to blame for all the bad shit that happened."
"Why do you defend her?"
"I don't! I just think that its-"
"A coincidence? You can't be serious. What happened to the Audi was no fucking accident. And you saw the lighter, Nate. There was no accident."
"We have another house in Florida and I just ordered you another Audi. We'll be fine. I don't want to hear another word about Clementine. I'm sick of her name. I'm sick of it all."
"Nate. You weren't like this earlier. What's wrong?" I asked. Nate sat down on the couch and put his head in his hands.
I sat by him and laid my head on his shoulder.
"I'm sorry." He mumbled.
"What's wrong?" I asked.
Nate looked at me, his eyes showing sadness as they watered. "Just some news about my cousin, Zach."
"What about him?" I asked.
"My sister, Jackie had a son named Zach and Zach ran away with this girl named Hayden. Jackie and Hayden's parents chased them while they tried to get away and Zach's car fell into the lake. He drowned and then Hayden killed herself the night after he died and she was six months pregnant."
"Oh my god." I whispered.
"I know. It just made me really mad. I didn't mean to take it out on you." Nate pulled me into his lap and stared at me. "I love you. I'm so sorry." He buried his head in the crook of my neck and I ran my fingers through his hair and laid against him.