Paying the Hitchhiker by Regina Puckett

Regina Puckett
By Regina Puckett February 23, 2013 14:11

Paying the Hitchhiker by Regina Puckett

Summary:

Jennifer and Jason pick up a pretty young lady heading in the same direction they are going. Surely at some point their mothers told them never to talk to strangers or let one get in the car with them. What happens next will be told around campfires for years to come as a cautionary tale.

The author has rated this book R (not suitable for those 17 and under).

Excerpt:

Susan could feel the bed bounce as Jennifer climbed off of the bed. The noises that could be heard next sounded as if Jennifer suddenly took off running across the room. She must have then dived straight into Jason because he grunted. He must have dropped the gun because the next sound was something heavy plunking onto the carpeted floor. For the next hour or so, all Susan could hear was giggles, groans and bodies slapping together. It was like being in the room with a porn movie you weren’t watching but to which you were listening. It would have been easy to doze off if she hadn’t been so uncertain when the insane couple was going to get tired of coupling like dogs in heat and suddenly decide to include her into their activities.

With every breath a little of the pillowcase was sucked into her mouth. The material soon had her mouth dry and it was making it even harder to breathe since the pillow case’s thick material wouldn’t allow much air through. The smell of the inside of the pillowcase was even worse than the bedspread. It was hard to decide if it smelled more like rancid body odor or three-day-old piss. Sadly enough, it could have very well been a mixture of both since the motel was in such a sad state of disrepair. If it had been up to her she would had rather been outside in a sleeping bag than this crumbling, mold-infested dump. It was hard to believe that this was how far her life had fallen.

The hardest thing to accept was that her mother had been right all along. She really did fly by the seat of her pants too much. How could she have been so stupid to leave her purse with two complete strangers? She never did that. She had fallen for the oldest con in the world. They had seemed to be two sweet people, so she had just thrown her purse onto the bed when she had gone into the bathroom. It hadn’t seemed like such a big deal at the time. Jason had been snoring as if asleep and Jennifer had busy on the other side of the room putting the food out.

It had always been a hard and fast rule for her never to let anyone else touch her gun. She had been careless and stupid to trust these people. Living with her dad should have taught her every dirty and low down scheme in the world there was to know. You never trusted anyone with your money, body, or weapons, and you always screwed someone before they screwed you. He had certainly done that to her in more ways than one during her lifetime.

Copyright© Regina Puckett. All rights reserved.

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