Taking Chances Page-142

Taking Chances

The davis twins series

It would take a while to get over the heartache of losing them, but it was something I needed to do for all of our sakes. It would be so difficult to give them up, but I vowed to be strong and stick with my decision. When I walked into our house, Courtney asked me immediately, “So, who is it going to be?” “Neither of them.” She looked at me like I was crazy, so I continued. “They are identical twin brothers, and I have slept with both of them. There isn’t a good way to move on with either of them now. I don’t want to mess up their relationship with each other, any more than I already have. Besides, it would be so awkward to be around the brother that I didn’t choose. I can’t have a future with either of them, and they are both better off without me.” “First of all, either of them would be lucky to have you. There is no one better than you.” Courtney was adamant, so I didn’t bother to argue with her. “Secondly, you’re all adults. People sleep together all the time. Sure, it might be awkward at first, but you’ll all move on and probably even forget about it eventually.” I couldn’t imagine ever forgetting about sleeping with Seth or Sam. “It’s just not in the cards,” I said to Court. “I think we’ll all be better off if I just let them both go.” “I thought you really cared about them?” “I do,” I answered simply. Then I added, “No one said it would be easy.” I gave her a sad smile before carrying my bag up to my room. Once in my room, I shut my door and texted Sam and Seth. I sent them both the same message. ‘I can’t see you anymore.’ My phone buzzed with responses almost immediately. Seth’s text read, ‘So, you’ve made your decision? Can we talk?’ Sam’s message said simply, ‘I don’t accept that. I’m on my way over.’ I sighed and slid down to the floor. I had been a coward to try to end things with them by text message. They deserved better, and it appeared