The large muscular man yanked Liam out the door to the alley. The bartender told them to take it outside, but when someone twice your size and strength drags you to the alley way, you know it won't end well. The man looked as if he rode a motorcycle. black leather pants and jacket completed by steel toed boots with zinc studs to sell the look. The man himself looked as if he had a body made of steel that was simply covered by dark olive skin and a layer of stubble over his scalp, cheeks, and chin. His eyes seemed to be black with no iris, just a large pupil that could give you a death glare to make you wish you were actually dead. He was atleased 6’3 and looked like a giant standing next to Liams 5’10.
The man pealed the jacket from his body to reveal arms bulked with muscle, covered in colors beyond imaginations. A tight muscle shirt showed Liam what he was up against. Oh how Liam wished to go back to the little condo on the edge of the city to whimper. He was in for a beating. The switchblade in his pants pocket gave him little reassurance. If he pulled the blade, the man would probably pull his own, and he was probably better with a knife than Liam was.
The man seized the front of Liams shirt and tugged it up to his chin, almost lifting liam off the ground. Liam always cursed the shortness he got from his mother, but he hated it now more than ever.
“What the hell do you think you were doin’ with my girl,” He spat through clenched teeth
Right away when Liam saw the slender body in a tube top and mini skirt, he knew that she was going to bring him trouble. The way she winked at him and dragged him to the dance floor had seemed suspicious. Who would ever leave something so fine to wander around in that type of bar anyway?
“Sh-she told me to dance!” Liam stampered. He tried to stay calm, but when two hundred pounds of muscle has a hold on the front of your shirt, you might have a tendency to freak out.
“Ever heard of refusal? It would of made you life a great much simpler boy.” Liam knew he was in for it. A weekly gym trip wasn’t going to help now. from somewhere out of the blue, came a...