It looks like we made it.
Belmont and I were committed after one intense week four years ago. We fell for each other fast but reality set in even faster. I found him entitled and overbearing without giving me room to breathe and be myself. He found me cold and unaffected, a person who couldn’t express what she needed because all I wanted was to cherish the pain of my brother’s death.Then I gave birth to our first child, and we lost her. We spiraled deeper down the rabbit hole. But two people don’t come together the way we did for nothing. Belmont and I were meant to be. So with a little help from the ones we love, we worked like hell to hold on to the things that brought us together in the first place, and worked out the issues that were pulling us apart.
We have a son now and he is magnificent. Our love for each other has ripened into a sweet, lasting happily ever after.
Until one day Belmont went missing without a trace.