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   Chapter 29 23. With a bit of intimacy

Apartheid Rendezvous By Antonette Liebermann Characters: 6736

Updated: 2018-05-15 11:36


"Who so loves believes the impossible." ~ Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Tsholofelo Mofokeng.

Ofcause.

It was that time of the month where Mnr. De Ruiter held a party, gala, gathering, braai, barbecue, cook out, wienie roast what ever the beau monde society of Boers would call it. It was the only time De Ruiter socialized with other neighbors or farmers or businessmen. I would like to think he hated having people around, i realised he was a loner and pretty much wanted it to stay that way. It would be a long day with alot of yelling, shouting and snapping.

I realised i wasn't asleep anymore, infact I was awake but my eyes were closed. I opened my eyes meeting the extravagant ceiling and the Golden chandelier which only reminded me I wasn't in my room. Infact my room didn't even have proper ceiling just zinc, whenever it rained the sound echoed right below. Thembi and I had not said anything about it to De Ruiter, he always said he would fix it ofcause it would be coming out of our paychecks so we never bothered him again. I even forgot how it felt to sleep on a bed that felt like the springs were going pop out and sting you whenever you moved about. Infact I even forgot how it felt to sleep alone because I had been sleeping with Leo for almost two weeks. It was an amazing feeling sleeping in his arms, i felt safe but above all I felt like everything was going to be okay. I forgot each and every worry everytime he put me to bed as his blue eyes glistened in the dark with his blonde locks tickling my neck everytime he kissed my collarbone. His amazing smirk only gave me butterflies. The truth of the matter was and is I'm inlove with Leonardo Le Roux.

I tried to move his arm steadily off my waist, he looked so peaceful sleeping ; like an angel. His blonde hair in a wavy mess but still managed to looked heavenly. His rosy pink lips parted as he took each breath. I moved only for him to bring me back close to his bare chest.

"Thought you were asleep ?" I whispered.

"Until I

." I smiled genuinely. She looked at me with pity in her eyes as she shook her head in disbelief.

"I expected better from you Tsholo but it seems you have no morals or values infact you don't know your self worth. How can you stoop so low? I thought maybe growung up without a mother was the reason but I don't know you anymore." She said in a bashful manor.

"This has nothing to do with my mother and you don't know me." I said becoming angry with her at the very moment.

"The truth of the matter is you are a sfebe (hoe)." She rolled her eyes and it took everything in me not to slap her hard but I didn't have it in me. I felt dirty, maybe I was a hoe. Sleeping with someone who is engaged to be married to another woman, how would I feel if I was in her shoes?

"Fine, I'm a hoe let me be and I thought you were someone I could trust." I mumbled regretfully.

"I'm just telling you what's wrong and right about this situation."

"But I don't need your judgement, what I need right now is a friend." I sighed. "Stop acting like my mother, she is dead and you are not her so just stop it."

"Stop making me feel bad because this is the only time I have ever felt genuinely happy in my life ; don't make me feel bad for it." I said taking the tray with me walking away from her. I just couldn't stand her anymore, i couldn't.

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