Becca and the Sneaky Violinist: Part 24
Post by Onna Carr
“If we do decide to get married, which I think we should leave as a very viable option,” I resumed with a grin, “I would not want to uproot Ben or throw Martin Flint into a tailspin. We could remain here as long as need be or we want to. Love is not breaking away from all one knows and those one loves, but adding others to your heart and to your life. It will be okay, we will be okay, and Ben and Martin will be okay, all right?” I questioned as Becca nodded with a relieved smile, and the waiter came and took our order.
We were booked solid the entire six months the opera ran. Becca and I started to have afternoon break together with Ben at a coffee shop near the theater on Sundays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. We also had supper together at Sindhi’s on Mondays, and I would have lunch on Saturdays at Becca and Ben’s with Martin followed by a walk on the beach. On the final month of the opera, I got an offer to play The Phantom on Broadway for three months, which meant starting rehearsals in New York as soon as the current production closed. I accepted, and I told Becca the next morning, saying we could continue to converse via email, text, and phone. I got tickets for her and Ben to come to opening night, and they were to spend a week in New York at a hotel near my apartment, and I was to come back to see her and Ben during winter holidays, and we could move on from there after the Season ran.
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