When she woke up, the sun was streaming in through the curtains. She figured it was somewhere in the mid-afternoon.
“FUCK!” I screamed after the elevator doors closed, taking away Adara downstairs.
I sat in our hotel room, angry when I first entered the room but a little while later when I was sure Jared hadn’t followed me, I let my guard down.
The next morning was possibly the hardest part of it all. I had to tell Aditya about Jared. And somehow I felt I cheated on him. My guilt was eating me away inside. I took a deep breath, looked at Jared who was sitting right by my side, and called Aditya.
She ran right out of the door. I opened myself a little about how I wanted us to be and she ran.
The show had just finished and we were waiting for the guys to come backstage. I already had towels ready for Shannon, who always needed more towels than Jared and Tomo put together.
*No One’s POV*
Kaitlyn’s eyes became moist as she kept staring at Shannon, who just stayed in the same position, looking as vulnerable as Kaitlyn had ever seen him.
While in India, I didn’t really have anything to say to him. I had been ignoring all his good morning and good night texts, which were according to my time zone and not his, most of his calls except for once when I picked it up without seeing who was calling me. Even when Kaitlyn, Shannon, Tomo or Kiara were on Skype with me and Jared came by, I would make some sort of a lame excuse and get the hell out of there.
The next few days were spent in planning out just everything about the wedding. It was supposed to be a very private affair, including mostly close friends and family.
Over the next week, Jared seemed reserved around me. He would talk for hours with Shannon, I don’t know discussing what. For all I knew, it wasn’t work related. If it was he would share it with me, but when he was talking about this thing, he would shut up instantly when I walked in on them. Not that I ever meant to pry or anything, maybe they were in the living area and I happened to pass by, Jared would stop speaking abruptly.