A Psychoweirdo

Ash is a sucker for the bad guys.

She paradoxically falls quick into their traps yet she loves it.

Because then she could also lure them to want her more, so she can jail their hearts in her spell and make them think she’s vulnerable, without knowing they’re the ones being poisoned with her seducing soul.

She enjoys the idea of hanging on the edge of the unknown with no label.

She prefers being involved in a married man—she likes the thought of wrecking homes, of breaking them wives’ hearts.

She knows it’s insanely peculiar but she finds so much fun with it.

She’s not fond of commitment, not even a believer of love.

She’s been living all by herself now for 15 years, after being abandoned by her biological parents and after she escaped from the foster parents she truly detested when she was 12.

Since then she has lived on her own.

Playing around her boys in every city she gets to live in.

Ash needs to move from one place to another, maximum of three months per state or country, so all her illegal hacking jobs won’t be busted and most importantly… so that she can search for new fresh meats of different race and color.

She’s highly independent that being with someone longer than two months is a big No-No!

She couldn’t take it, she rapidly gets sick of one and move on to the next.

Her attention span with these guys is really short despite the fact that it makes her happy.

Yes, the bad guys make her happy, especially if the sex is good.

She can make them go wild and crazy.

She has this innate charm that makes her irresistible. Her tattooless body says it all.

But once she’s done with it, once she has shattered their lives, it makes her way happier.

Ash is disturbingly crazy, she’s completely aware of it, but she didn’t bother changing her views just to be accepted by the world.

She doesn’t like to live normally, never a fan of rules.

She has never abided in anything but her own dirty strange urges to get touched by a variety of bad guys and to smash their hearts with her invisible evil strength.

#totallyfiction

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30 Comments

  1. Thank god you mentioned #totallyfiction😂😂

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    1. Apple Rae says:

      Haha it’s just a product of my imagination. 😂

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      1. Otherwise I would have asked how are you now 😂

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  2. Cool description ✌️👍

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    1. Apple Rae says:

      Aw thank youuuu 💙

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  3. Padmkant Upadhyay says:

    It is somewhat good even ‘as a fiction.’ Taking it positive…men should learn to respect…because Ash only punishes those who do not. She is somehow trying to show what being really bad is, to those who think they are bad. She is teaching something that all the male members should learn.
    A very nice imagination. And a truly touching and a story that can teach us a lot. Appreciate your efforts. 👍

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    1. Apple Rae says:

      Wow thank you!! You have a talent to decipher meanings behind words and thoughts. I totally agree with you. And Ash is being herself, confident enough to be different than just normal because that’s what the society expects us to be. ☺️

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      1. Padmkant Upadhyay says:

        Ash is doing an exceptionally well job, teaching a lesson by being her ownself, No doubt in that. Anyway…thankyou for your sweet words. ☺

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  4. Jay Kaushal says:

    Ooo nicee this one’s nasty…

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    1. Apple Rae says:

      It is! Lol thank you ☺️

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  5. Ooooh Ash is something else, such s wonderful post very enjoyable

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    1. Apple Rae says:

      Hey Cory, glad you enjoyed this one. Thank you! 😊

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  6. Bartek D says:

    Is that your metaphor for saying we shouldn’t be bound by rules? haha

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    1. Apple Rae says:

      Haha somehow 😌 but it’s more on being bold enough to be yourself, to dare to be different and to put emphasis that the definition of happiness varies from one person to another, regardless of rules ☺️

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  7. Shayra says:

    Enjoyed reading it . Ash knows how to answer bad boys and she left them vulnerable. Bold and interesting one 👍

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    1. Apple Rae says:

      Hi Shayra, thanks for the positive comment on this. Glad you enjoyed it! I just posted the second part of this a few hours ago ☺️

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      1. Shayra says:

        Yeah ,I have seen and I will read it soon😊

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  8. George F. says:

    I’m totally hooked on this story now and can’t wait for it to continue…great writing, fiction or not!

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    1. Apple Rae says:

      Aw thanks so much George! That’s so kind of you to say that

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  9. Enni says:

    Great intro of Ash 🙃🙃🙃

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    1. Apple Rae says:

      Thank you again, Enni! 😍❤️

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  10. Ankit Thapa says:

    Hi, Rae, Im glad I came here. As always I enjoy your work. When I read something like I wish I could do it too. hehe

    I’ll read the other parts later. Nice job. 🙂

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    1. Apple Rae says:

      Hey Ankit Thapa! I missed you and your comforting words. Thanks for dropping by and for appreciating my works. 😉 will check your new posts in a few 😌

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      1. Ankit Thapa says:

        Oh I see, Im glad to hear that. I did too. I thought you were taking some kinda break. 🙂

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      2. Ankit Thapa says:

        I think I will need to read them all once again. I remember reading Ryan and his doubting wife series. I will do that very soon. I am done with this part. So I’ll be back. Have a wonderful time ahead, Apple Rae. 🙂

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      3. Apple Rae says:

        You too, Thapa. I’m a little confused whether to call you Ankit or Thapa lol. What do you prefer?

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      4. Ankit Thapa says:

        haha You always call me Ankit Thapa. You can call me either me Ankit or Ankit Thapa.
        What would you like Apple or Rae or Apple Rae. I sometimes used Apple and sometimes Rae. I like Apple 🙂

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      5. Apple Rae says:

        You can call me whatever you like. Apple or Apple Rae is cool. 🙂

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      6. Ankit Thapa says:

        Okay, Apple 🙂

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