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Sex Money - Chapter Eight

Jim sighed, “Look, I know it sounds really bad.”

“Yeah, it does.” Heidi was glaring at him.

“But she wasn’t a proper hooker.”

“What, so she worked part-time?” Heidi was clearly not happy.

Katie laughed. Jim glared at her and she held her hands up in surrender.

“Hey, don’t give me that look. She has a right to know.”

“Yeah well I could have told her myself.”

Katie shook her head, “You never would have and you know it.”

Heidi was staring at Jim in disbelief, “She’s right. You wouldn’t have.”

Jim shrugged, “Well, it’s all in the past; there’s no need for you to know.”

Heidi’s mouth dropped open. “What sort of person are you? God knows what diseases you could have passed on to me.” She dragged her stool back slightly as if she was afraid of catching something from him.

Jim shook his head, “I never slept with her. I’m not that dumb.”

“Well why did you go out with her then?”

He shrugged, “She gave pretty good head.”

Heidi scoffed, “What the hell?! Jim, I don’t even know who you are!”

“No, listen to me Heidi. It meant nothing. Nothing.”

“What, so you just went out with her for no reason at all? You must have felt something!”

“I felt sorry for her. She was in a bad situation so I just spent money on her.”

“And got a couple of blowjobs in return?!”

“No, that was just….I don’t know. Look, I’ve been with more women than you can imagine Heidi. Just because she’s a hooker, doesn’t mean she’s not actually a person. You can’t just judge people.”

“I’m not judging her. I’m judging you. If you felt sorry for her, you could have just helped her out anyway. You didn’t have to…do stuff with her.”

“I know, but what can I say? I was tempted. When I first met her, I never knew what she did for a living. And then, when I found out, I didn’t want to just end it because of who she was.”

Heidi sighed, ran a hand through her hair, “How long did it last?”

“A couple of weeks. We were just friends really. We still are. She’s got a proper job now, she’s a nice girl. Really Heidi, it’s nothing to worry about.”

“Why were you acting weird when you saw Katie then?”

“I was just being dumb. I didn’t want you to think I was some creep. Come on Katie, tell her I’m a nice guy.” He looked hopefully at Katie

She shrugged, smiled at Heidi, “He is. Most of the time.”

Heidi took a sip of her orange juice, “Fine. Now can you chill out and just drink your beer. Do you want a drink Katie?”

“No, I’m fine. I’d better be getting back to my boyfriend anyway.” She winked, “See you guys.”

Jim turned, “What, so you’re just OK with it?”

“Well, I can’t do anything about it. There’s no point in just yelling about it. Besides I’m starving.”

Jim smiled, “You have nothing to worry about Heidi. Really. You know, it was a pretty stupid thing to do but I…I’ve changed.”

Heidi wasn’t even listening, she was trying to catch the attention of the bartender who came over and took her order.

“Heidi, listen. It wasn’t even a proper relationship. I was just hanging out….”

“Jim just shut up. You don’t need to justify yourself, you don’t need to make excuses. I’m fine with it. It was just a bit of a shock. You should have said yourself.”

“So you’re OK with me dating a prostitute?!”

“Yeah. You were helping her out. You got her back on her feet didn’t you? What, do you want me to get annoyed?”

“No, but you’re amazing. Any other girl would have run a mile.”

“Yeah, well, if I tell you to get lost, who else is going to pay for the drinks? And who’s going to walk me home?” She laughed at his bewildered expression, “I’m just messing. When I think about it, it’s no big deal really. A lot of women only go out with guys to get something. Not necessarily money, but a job or something.”

“So why are you going out with me?”

“I’ve nothing better to do.”

“So you’re not here for the money?”

“If I wanted money, I’d ask Leon. Money’s not everything you know. I didn’t even know how rich you were at the casino. You know, before I figured you were the guy Leon wanted, I kind of liked you. You were hot.”

Jim smiled, “I can’t believe you’re so cool about everything. It’s amazing.”

Heidi grinned, “You’re daft. You shouldn’t get so worried. Everyone has a couple of skeletons in their closet.”

“Do you?” His eyes met hers and she looked away.

“Nothing major and nothing I really need to tell you. Besides, you don’t get to ask the questions; you should be happy I haven’t walked off.” She turned back round as the bartender put a bowl of soup in front of her, “Anyway, why aren’t you eating anything?”

Jim shrugged, “I’m not hungry.”

They didn’t talk for a while, Jim sipping his beer, Heidi spooning up the tomato soup and then Jim turned, looked at her.

“Does it annoy you that I’ve like…been…with other women? Because I’m your first boyfriend, so don’t you feel, like, you could have been with someone…like…”

“What, I would have wanted to be someone’s first girlfriend?”


She shrugged, “Not really. When I thought about having sex for the first time, I didn’t want it to be with a virgin. That probably sounds odd but I just like wanted someone like you, because you’re more experienced, you’ve probably been with virgins before, you wouldn’t laugh at me if I made a fool of myself.”

“You were scared, weren’t you? That first time?”

“Scared? I was terrified.”

“So why did you do it?”

“I don’t know. It just felt….right. You seemed so kind, so thoughtful, I knew I was safe.”

Jim smiled, “It must have been love.”

Heidi dropped her spoon into her empty bowl and finished her orange juice, “Call it what you want. Did you think you were in love on your first time?”

“No. It was a drunken encounter at a birthday party when I was sixteen. I didn’t even know what I was doing. Hell, I didn’t even know her name.”

Heidi’s mouth dropped open, “Oh my god! That’s awful.”

Jim smiled sheepishly. “You ready to go?”

She shook her head, “If you weren’t so damn gorgeous, I don’t know what I’d be doing with you.”

She got up as Jim paid the bartender and then they walked back to her apartment in comfortable silence.

Jim paused at the main entrance. “I guess I should leave you here.” He said, “My cars in the parking lot, I’d better get going.”

Heidi paused, “Are you going home?”

“No. I’m going back to the office. I’ve got a lot of catching up to do.” He smiled wryly, “So, uh, when do you want to meet up again?”

Heidi didn’t say anything and then, “I’m going to sound really stupid and obsessed but I get lonely when you’re gone.”

Jim smiled, pulled her in for a kiss, “We’ll see each other soon.” And then, “You’re the one who doesn’t like the idea of living together.”

“I don’t want to move out of here.” Heidi said, “You can come and live with me if you like.”

He laughed, “What? In this tiny place?”

“Just a thought.” She pulled away from his warm embrace, “Anyway, I’d better go to bed.”

“Yeah. I’ll call you.” He watched as she let herself in and then walked slowly over to his car. They’d met just six days ago, but he’d never felt so much affection towards any other girl in his entire life. The longest time he’d dated one girl was about six months and that had just been a bore. He couldn’t imagine ever being bored with Heidi around. She understood him so well, she was so sweet, so innocent. Oh God, was he in love? That was a crazy thought but he couldn’t imagine life without her. Maybe he should move in with her? She’d probably said it as a joke but maybe it’d make her realise how serious he was, how much he wanted to be with her. He ran a hand through his hair as he thought of the paperwork awaiting him in the office. Driving to and fro from AC was so much hard work, such a waste of gas…


Heidi was humming along to Jason DeRulo’s ‘It Girl’ on the radio when her office door swung open. She looked up and grinned. It was Tina and Emily. They made themselves comfortable in her chairs and watched as she continued sifting through paperwork.

Tina cleared her throat and Heidi glanced at them, “What do you two want?”

“I saw you.” Emily said, “Last night. At the Booker’s. With a guy.”

Heidi blushed, “He’s just a friend.”

Tina and Emily giggled, “So why are you so happy? You hate Jason DeRulo and here you are smiling your head off.”

Heidi shrugged. “OK, fine. He’s my…boyfriend.”

Emily leaned forward, “OMG, Heidi! He’s so hot! You looked so good together! What’s his name?”

“Jim. We met on Friday.”


“And what?”

“What’s he like?”

Heidi looked at her excited face, “Emily, give me a break! I barely know the guy.”

“Yeah, the way he was looking at you? I think you know each other a whole lot better than you’re letting on. Heidi girl, we are so happy for you!”

Heidi smiled in spite of herself, “Thanks. You two are so sweet. Look, I’ve got to finish this crap but we’re still on for lunch, yeah?”

“Obviously!” They chorused. Tina smiled, “We want to know everything.”

“Yeah, whatever.”

Heidi smiled to herself as they left and then sat down in her chair. Oh God, life was so good right now. She had a great job, great friends and now a great boyfriend. This was just awesome.


Nine hours later she was in her apartment, Snoop Dogg blaring out of the radio as she surfed the internet. The buzzer sounded and she frowned, went over to the speaker.

“Who is it?”

“It’s me, Jim.”

“Oh. OK.”

She switched the radio off and opened the door to him a moment later. He smiled distractedly as he walked past.

“What’s up?” she asked as she slid the chain back into place and followed him into the sitting room.

He paced up and down, taking his jacket off and putting it on the couch. “I had the crappest day in the history of the world. Seriously, this totally random company is trying to poach all our clients. I mean, I’ve never even heard of them. And their prices are so bloody low. They must be making a loss or something. I don’t know what their game is but their FO is like the shittiest guy, …”

Heidi walked over to him, “Jim, just chill out. It’s OK. You’ll sort it. You know you will. Just relax; you’re getting worked up for no reason. Did you get any sleep today?”

He sighed, “Yeah, I got a couple of hours. I just feel so…I don’t know.”

Heidi went into the kitchen, made him a cup of tea. “Just leave it. Forget it. Sort it tomorrow. Look, sit on the floor.”

He frowned, “Why?”

“Just do it. Over here.”

Jim sat in front of the armchair and she sat down behind him. Slowly, she ran her hands down across his shoulders, “Just relax.” She moved her hands in firm circles down from his neck, around his shoulders and he sighed,

“Oh baby, that feels good.”

She felt him become slightly less tense and applied more pressure, as he emitted a long drawn out groan. “Heidi, that feels so good. Where did you learn to do this?”

She paused and then, “I used to do it for my dad all the time. He was a hard-worker too. He’d come home after a long day and I’d do his shoulders. He liked it because I had little hands.” She smiled to herself at the memory.

“Just like this?” Jim’s question interrupted her thoughts.

“Yeah. Just like this.”

He sighed, “You have no idea how good this feels baby. I can see why your dad enjoyed it.” He hesitated as her hands continued working his muscles, “Do you still…talk to him?”

Heidi sighed. “Jim, I was thinking today. I just hate having this thing weighing over me so I’m going to tell you something but you can’t say anything until I’ve done, OK? And don’t start saying you’re sorry because you can’t be sorry for something that wasn’t your fault, because that’s just stupid isn’t it, being sorry when you haven’t even done anything and then saying sorry and-“

“Hey, hey, Heidi, chill out.” Her fingers had dug into him hard and he took hold of her hands, “Just calm down baby. Take all the time you want, I’m not going to say anything.”

He released her hands and she resumed the massage, “OK.” She gritted her teeth and stared at the back of his head, “I don’t even know where to start.”

“Start at the beginning.”


Jim leaned back against her legs and waited.

I can do this, Heidi told herself.

She took a deep breath. “I grew up here. In AC. About fifty miles from this apartment actually. I had great parents, great school, great life. My dad was amazing. He came from nothing and he made this whole life for our family and, he was a good person, you know. I had a little sister, a cat, a couple of goldfish; it was just a great life really. And then I got older and things changed but I still had that family, the same support. I was a teenager but things were as good as you could expect.” She paused, “It was just a normal Saturday evening. I was 13. Me, Mary and Dad went to see a movie. It was some stupid animated one. We watched it, came out of the cinema and it was dark. We went over to the car and this man came over. My dad told us to get in the car so we did. And this man started arguing with my dad and people were just walking along, minding their own business. They didn’t care. And then the guy pulled out this knife and he just…he just shoved it in. Then he grabbed my dad’s jacket and ran off.” She paused, took a breath, and then continued, “We got out of the car and Dad was lying on the floor. He was already dead. And Mary didn’t even know what had happened. She thought it was a joke. She was like ‘Dad, get up! You can’t sleep outside.’ All I could see was the blood. There was so much. It was on the floor, everywhere, his shirt was soaked. And then the police came and later they arrested the guy but what’s the point? It was too late. What did he want? $500 to buy a gram or two of cocaine?” She hesitated, her hands still soothing Jim’s shoulders, “It’s not fair. Why couldn’t he have killed some other guy? Someone who wasn’t important. Someone with no family, no responsibilities. Dad didn’t deserve to die. It’s not fair.” She could hear the childish whine in her voice and she hated it. She blinked away the ever present tears. “Why couldn’t he kill a drug dealer or a rapist or someone?”

Jim didn’t speak. He didn’t know what to say.

“And then, my Mom blamed me. It was me and Mary who’d wanted to see the movie, it was us who’d got him killed. She got married a month after his funeral. Can you believe it?” Her fingers dug hard into Jim’s skin and her voice became full of contempt, “One month. She never appreciated him. He did everything for her. Then she married this utter loser and Mary gets shoved to Nana’s and I’m left with the two of them. So I left home, lived on the streets for a while before Leon took me in. He was what I needed. A less polished version of my dad. Less responsible too, but everyone has their faults, right? And I got a job, got this apartment and then got a better job. I haven’t spoken to my Mom since I left. I don’t want to.”

She sighed, “Now you know.”

Jim swallowed, “That’s horrible.” He said, “I’m sorry, and I know I’m not meant to say that but what else can I say?” He turned, looked at her, “Baby, I know how hard it was for you to tell me that and I really appreciate it.”

Heidi nodded. “You want more of a massage?”

Jim shook his head, “You don’t want to talk about it anymore?”

“No. I’ll just start crying and that’s pathetic and stupid and dumb and I really need to shut up now.”

Jim touched her leg, “It’s OK to cry.” He said, “It’s good for you.”

Heidi blew out a long breath, “I’m fine.” She said, “Really. It’s been long enough. Just don’t talk about it. Change the subject.”

Jim smiled, “OK. Uh, so what cake are you going to make for your sister?”

“I don’t know. What do you think?”

Jim heaved himself up from the floor, “Well, I’d want chocolate but I don’t know. What does she like?”

Heidi shrugged, “Are you OK now? About the business thing?”

“Yeah, I’m fine.” He hesitated, looked down at her, “Heidi, I did something crazy today. You’re not going to believe it but I was thinking of you all night and then I just made this decision because I wanted you to know how much you meant to me.”

Heidi raised an eyebrow, “What have you done?”

“I moved head office to AC. Not physically yet but we’ve got a building here and everything should be done in a week.”

“What?! You moved your business here to show me that you liked me?!”

Jim squatted in front of her, looked into her eyes, “To show you that I love you.” He whispered. “And it’s no big deal. It’s not going to cost much.”

“What about you? Are you moving to AC?”

“Yeah. I’m going to buy a house. It’s under a mile from here.”

Heidi’s mouth dropped open, “Jim, you can’t be serious. You’ve known me for seven days!”

“It’s enough for me. Please baby, move in with me?”

She laughed in disbelief, “This is crazy. I’m making you do all this stuff, what if it all ends in tears?”

“It won’t. Please?”

“I don’t know. I don’t like the idea of living in your house, with you spending your money on me. It makes me feel like a gold digger.”

“But I know you’re not.”

I know that you know. But what would other people think? I’ll move in with you, but only if you let me pay for half of everything. I’m not living on your money.”

“That’s daft.”

“It’s up to you.”

“You can’t afford it.”

“I’ll find a way. Anyway, what are you doing now? Going?”

“Now? Well, I had this really good idea of returning your massage. It made me feel so good. I just want to work down your entire body.”

Heidi raised an eyebrow, “My entire body?”

Jim chuckled softly, “Every last millimetre. Can you imagine? My hands all over you, touching every last part, until you can’t take it anymore?”

“What happens when I can’t take it anymore?”

Jim leaned forward, kissed her softly, “I think you know. Come on; let’s go to your room.”

He scooped her up in his arms and carried her to the bedroom. “Take your clothes off.”

“I don’t need to be naked, do I?”

Jim grinned, “If it makes you feel any better, I’ll do the same.”


They both stripped and Jim turned, his eyes passing over her body. “Lie down on the bed.”

She sighed, lay down and then felt his hands on her back, easing the tension, rubbing her softly, down along her spine and then up again until she groaned, “Damn, that feels good.”

His hands moved down to her butt, and she pulled away, “I don’t need an ass massage.” She said with a grin.

Jim laughed, “Fine.”

He moved down to her legs, his thumbs pressing soothing circles around her calves and then moving up to her thighs getting close, so close. She bit back a moan as he reached the crease at the top of her leg.

“You like that?” his voice was husky as his fingers trailed between her legs, feeling the heat at her centre. He waited for a response but none came so he gently touched his forefinger to her slit.

She moaned, “Jim.”


“Fuck the massage.”

He laughed out loud as she turned over, sat up and kissed him hard on the mouth. He gazed into her beautiful brown eyes for a moment, sat on the edge of the bed, and then wrapping his hands around her waist, pulled her into his lap.



“Look at me.” Her eyes met his and he kissed her again, “Heidi, I love you. I really do. I’ve been thinking about what the hell we’re doing and somewhere along the way I figured that you’re the only girl I want. Ever. I know I’m older than you, I know we’re different in quite a few ways but baby, I need you. And I sound pathetic and weak but I’m not afraid to admit that to you because you understand. If I said that to some other girl she’d laugh. But with you, I really need you. It’s not just the sex either. There’s something about you.” His eyes moved across her face, to her raven black hair, down to her beautiful mouth, “You’re the one Heidi. The only one.”

She gazed at him for a moment and then her eyes filled with tears.

“No,” he whispered, “No Heidi, Don’t cry.”

She blinked, “I’m sorry, but I’m so happy Jim.” She took a deep breath, “I love you. I was thinking to myself, maybe everyone feels like this over their first boyfriend but I was talking to my friends and then I realised. I actually love you. I don’t care about your ex girlfriends or anything. I just care about you. And I want you.”

She breathed out, leaned forward and kissed him again, pressing her breasts against his chest as his hands held tightly to her lower back.

“You’ve changed my entire life Heidi. In one week. If it’s not love, what can it be? No other girl has ever made me feel a fraction of what I’m feeling right now. Before it was just about sex, going out, having a good time. With you, I have a good time wherever we are.” He smiled at her expression. “You’re great Heidi. Absolutely wonderful.”

“I don’t know what to say.”

“You don’t have to say anything.”

His hand took hold of hers, guided it down to his hard cock and he ran her fingers along it. She looked surprised, “I never knew it was that smooth.”

Jim laughed, “You’re so innocent. So sweet.”

She smiled, “I was. You’ve corrupted me.”

His hand pushed hers harder down on his cock and he moaned at the pressure of her fingers, “I’m going to corrupt you even more. Just you wait.” He ran his spare hand down the side of her face, “But tonight, I just want to go slow, OK? I want to show you how much I love you.”

“That’s fine by me.”

She let out a soft sigh as his hand touched her wet slit. “Your fingers feel good Jim. So good.”

He stroked her gently, encouraging her softly to continue feeling his cock until he came close and then he pushed her hand away. His own hand left her clit, instead taking hold of his hard cock and gently lining it up to her entrance.

“Slow.” He said, more to himself than her and they both looked down, watched, as the tip of his cock disappeared into her. Heidi let out a sound, a moan that continued until he had placed himself fully inside her and then she kissed him, hard on the mouth.

“Slow baby, slow.” Jim’s face was taut with concentration as he took hold of her hips and pushed her gently down his thighs until just the tip of his cock was left inside her.

Heidi moaned as he repeated the process, then she leaned forward, trailed her mouth down his neck, up to his ear, kissing him softly, gently, her soft cheek against his stubble, her breathing hoarse in his ear. She reached up, ran her fingers through his soft brown hair, pulling at it slightly as she held back the moans that threatened to burst from her throat.

“Jim, how do you do this to me?”

Despite the slow pace, she was sweating, her hands grasping his shoulders as he slid in and out of her, his thighs supporting her weight.

“I just want you to feel good.” He whispered.

“Do you feel good?”

“Better than ever. You know Heidi; you’re so tight, so tight. I don’t want to hurt you.”

“You never hurt me Jim. You’re perfect.” Her long hair brushed against his biceps as she buried her head in his neck, her body trembling as he moved leisurely out of her, tenderly caressing her waist, her thighs, her breasts.

“You’re so beautiful.” He murmured as he felt her soft skin, “So damn beautiful.”

She moaned in response as she felt her entire body shudder unexpectedly, and Jim stroked her back, “It’s OK baby, it’s all OK.”

He paused for a moment, buried deep inside her, and she moved her hips, wanting him to continue. He smiled to himself and resumed, feeling her arms tighten around him, her body press harder to his.

“Jim.” A breathless moan escaped form her throat as her body convulsed around his, just before she came. She let out a low moan as she melted against him, shaking, content. Jim sighed as she clenched down on him, holding him in place as he orgasmed too, shooting hard into her, his teeth clenched as he emitted a soft growl.

They didn’t move, just held each other for a long while. “I love you.” Jim whispered, “Did you enjoy that?”

“Yeah.” Her voice was muffled into his shoulder and then she straightened up. “Imagine if we’d never met.”

Jim smiled, “I would have wasted my life away. Now I have a focus.”

“Are you going to let go of me?”

He was still holding her tightly by the waist and he gently released her. “Tonight was amazing.” He said, “The worst day turned into the best one.”

Heidi shrugged, “Funny how that happens.”

She disappeared out of the door and a couple of minutes later, Jim heard the water running in the bathroom. He stood up, looked out of the window at the lights outside and smiled to himself. Life was just getting better and better.


Half an hour later they were both washed and dressed. Jim put his jacket on. “I’d better get going.”


“No. I booked a hotel. Need to get some sleep.”

“You can stay here.”

He smiled, “Thanks but I’ll be fine. You know, I want you to think seriously about the house. Our house. Don’t worry about the money crap you were on about earlier. I just want to know if you’re ready. OK?”

Heidi hesitated, “Fine. But the money thing’s not crap, you know. I don’t want to live off you. It doesn’t feel right. We’re meant to be equal.”

Jim shrugged, “Fine. If that’s what you want.”

“Will you drop me at Leon’s? I need to talk to him about something.”

Jim looked surprised. “OK, if you want. Does he know you’re coming?”

“No, but he’ll be fine.”

They walked out to the car and a couple of minutes later, Jim pulled up outside Leon’s house. He leaned across, kissed Heidi softly on the mouth, running his fingers down her cheek. “Bye then.”

She opened the door and stepped out, “Bye.” She shut the door softly.

He watched as she ran up the path, knocked and Leon opened up. She waved at the car and Leon looked across. Jim raised a hand and Leon nodded in acknowledgement before he drove away. Leon turned back to Heidi.

“Come in then; you’ll freeze out there.”

She followed him inside to where a couple of people were playing cards at the kitchen table.

“Leon, I need to ask you something.”

He grinned, green eyes sparkled, “Ask away.”

“It’s a bit weird.” She looked pointedly at the guys at the table.

Leon nodded, led her through to the dining room, “What’s up?”

She paused, “I know this is odd but Jim and I might….. move in together.”

Leon looked surprised, “Already?”

She nodded, “I know it’s quick and I know you don’t like him much but we got to thinking and I reckon it’s best.”

Leon met her eyes, “You really like him don’t you?”

She nodded and he sighed, “Whatever makes you happy.” He looked at her and smiled, “I’m happy for you. Really. So what did you want to ask me?”

“Well, he’s rich and he wants to buy the house but I don’t like the idea of living on his money if you get what I mean so…. I was wondering if I could just get a loan off you? I’ll pay you back, I swear, within a couple of years.”

Leon smiled, “I’ve been waiting for this day.”

Heidi frowned, “What?”

He nodded, “I have. You don’t need to borrow money from me, kid. You’ve got enough yourself.”

Heidi shook her head, “I’ve only got about $15,000 in the bank and that’s not enough.”

Leon crossed the room and looked through a drawer in the bookcase before he turned back around holding a folded piece of paper.

“I wasn’t as bad as you think.” He said with a grin. “All that money you won at the casinos, I didn’t keep it. I saved it. For you. Your winnings means your money.” He held out the paper to her, “That’s the latest bank statement. It’s in my name because I couldn’t open it in yours but all that money is yours. Every last penny.”

Heidi frowned, “But Leon, I lived here for free. You gave me food, everything. I can’t have this.”

Leon laughed, sat down on the couch, “You did your bit. As I recall, you were the only one at the time who did the washing up, the gardening, everything. You earned your keep. Not that you needed to, but you did. Now just accept it. It’s yours.”

Heidi sighed, “Leon, I – “

“Look Heidi. I’m rich enough. I’ve got enough. That money is yours. You have to have it. You made it.”

Heidi sighed, “OK.”

She unfolded the piece of paper and glanced down at the closing balance. She blinked.


Leon laughed, “I’d say that’d buy you a couple of houses wouldn’t it?”

Heidi shook her head, stared at the figure, “I won all this?!”

“Over the years. There’s interest too you know.”

She looked back at Leon’s amused face, “Bloody hell, I’m rich.” She looked at the numbers again, “Seriously, I need to sit down.”

Leon laughed, “It all adds up, doesn’t it?”

Heidi shook her head in disbelief. What the hell?!

To be continued

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