Dear True Love
He hops into the kitchen on one foot, catching his mother before she carries the bowl of peas she’s holding into the dining room.
“Jeremy?” Her eyebrows pull together in concern at the look on his face. “What is it?”
“I don’t know,” he says, sticking out his foot. “I think it’s my soul mate?”
In which bruises and scars from your soulmate appear on your skin, and Jeremy's skin is a myriad of colored stains.
- Part 1 of Dear True Love
“You’ll probably never meet them,” his mother said one day at a diner in Texas. It caught him off guard.
“You’ll probably never meet them,” she repeated, nodding in the direction of the lilac bruise splashed across his forearm. “Your soulmate. You’ll most likely never live that long.”
“I know,” he said, and hoped that she believed him.
In which bruises and scars from your soulmate appear on your skin, and both Neil and Andrew paint each other like a canvas.
- Part 2 of Dear True Love