Summary: You are diagnosed with cancer and you try to hide it from him because you don’t want him to worry, but he finds out eventually.
You tapped your
foot impatiently as you waited for the cab to arrive.
“I could drive
you, you know,” Asa said from the couch as you leaned against the front door.
You shook your
head. “I already called the cab, it’s fine.”
“This is the second time this week that you’re
going to Danielle’s place,” he said, trailing off. “I didn’t think that you
guys were that close.”
You shrugged. “We thought it might be
better seeing as though with the baby, she can’t do everything on her own.”
“She has a
nanny for that,” Asa quickly snapped back.
“I just thought I could help out,” you
said, quickly looking through your purse. Your phone buzzed, and you knew that
it was your cab. “I’ll see you later Ace!”
As you walked out of the flat, you quickly
ran down the flights of stairs towards the main floor. You waved at the security
guard as you exited, quickly getting into the cab.
Hospital, please,” you told the driver as you strapped yourself in.
The apartment building was soon out of
sight, but Asa wasn’t out of mind. You felt bad about not telling him about
everything that was going on, but you couldn’t even handle it. You had gone for
a routine blood test not too long ago, and the results came back saying that
you had ovarian cancer. It wasn’t something that your family had in their
blood, so for you to have it was a major blow. You hadn’t told anyone, hoping
to keep it under the radar. Though, it was getting tougher and tougher with
appointments with doctors coming every week. You used your friend, Danielle, as
a cover up for your appointments as you started visiting her more frequently after
she gave birth to her baby boy only a few months ago.
Arriving at the hospital, you quickly found
your way into the outpatient wing and to your doctor. You were grateful that
you’d caught this early, or it may have been a lot worse before you even knew
you had it.
After the meeting and a few scans, you
called another cab to bring you back to the apartment. It was around 8 in the evening
when you got home. You hadn’t realised that you’d been at the hospital for over
“Ace? Are you
home?” you called into the flat as you opened the door.
There was no
response. His shoes were still by the door, so you could see that he was home.
called out again. “Have you eaten dinner? It’s late.”
“Where have you
been?” Asa asked, coming out of the bedroom.
“I was at
Danielle’s,” you said, dropping your bag on the couch before walking into the
“Well, I went
to Danielle’s today. I thought I’d join you, I hadn’t seen Mason in a while.”
You froze; he’d
gone to Danielle’s. You didn’t know what to do.
“Who is it?” he
cut in, glaring at you.
said. “I’m… I’m not cheating on you.”
y/n, I’ve caught you. Give it up! I just want the truth!” he said, angrily.
“I am telling
you the truth Asa!” you said, your own frustration boiling inside of you.
“Why do I find
it so hard to believe you?” he asked.
“I don’t know
Asa,” you said, sadly. “I don’t know.”
“It is Jake?”
Jake? Your ex? You hadn’t seen him since
you were fifteen. “No. I haven’t been seeing Jake. Do you not trust me Asa?”
He glared at you. “I went to Danielle’s and
you weren’t there; she said she hadn’t seen you for months. You’ve lied to me
for weeks! I think trust isn’t something we should be talking about right now.”
You glared back at him. “I have been loyal
to you since we got together!” you exclaimed. “I’m not cheating on you!”
“Then where are
you going?” he demanded.
“To the damn
hospital!” you shouted, angrily. An eerie silence followed.
“Why are you going to the hospital y/n?”
Everything about him shifted. As if, he’d forgotten who he was a moment ago.
“It’s none of your business,” you said,
glaring at him.
girlfriend,” he said, coming up to you. “It is my business.”
You could feel
tears prick at your eyes, and you blinked fast to stop them.
“They diagnosed me with ovarian cancer,”
you said, not daring to look up at him. “Just under a month ago. I’ve been going
to appointments to make sure it hasn’t spread, and to figure out what options I
have to deal with it.”
“I’m so sorry y/n, I’ve been a total knob
since you walked in the damn door,” he said, pulling you into his chest. That’s
when you couldn’t hold your tears any longer, and they began to fall. “Why didn’t
you tell me?”
“I didn’t want you to worry,” you sobbed
into his shirt.
“I’m always going to worry about you y/n,
that’s what boyfriends do best,” he said, trying to lighten up the mood. You
chuckled through your tears.
“We’re going to beat this, okay?” he said,
his chin resting on your head. “I know we will.”
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