|Even Angels Fall
Author: Kennedy's Friday Night Delight PM
Jeff Jarrett has been blessed in his life, he has 4 beautiful daughters, a empire that would make any man jealous. And he has three women that could always turn to in times of need, his favorites, the golden trio. Traci, Ajay and Aiden.Rated: Fiction M - English - Romance/Friendship - Jeff Jarrett - Chapters: 3 - Words: 3,728 - Reviews: 3 - Updated: 08-30-12 - Published: 08-04-12 - id: 8393254
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A/N; This is the backstory of why Traci, Ajay and Aiden are Jeff's favorites in The Fall Of Greatness. Starting with their first meetings then different significant moments in their relationship. I own Ajay, Aiden belongs to cherrybomb13 and Mollie is mentioned belongs to Alice Jericho.
Big Daddy's Favorite Sweet One
Traci Brooks looked around her new place of employment, Cheddar's Casual Café in Hendersonville Tennessee hoping to find something good in this new town. She was a wander by nature, wandering from city to city trying to find a place where she belonged and was wanted. Something she never was before.
Her childhood was filled with ridicule and heartache, her father had wanted a boy and when she turned out to be a girl, he took every chance got to beat her down every way possible.
This caused her to seek out men who would show her love and attention and fill that void that was left in her thanks to her father's mistreatment. When she was 17 she dropped out of high school marrying the first man that told her he loved her.
That proved to be the first of many mistakes Traci would make in her young life. Her ex husband cheated on her and was abusive. Yet she couldn't bring herself to leave him, she thought she could change him.
That was until the day he put her intensive care. She called an aunt that she could trust and wanted her around and with their help she was able to leave that son of bitch.
She stuck around the little town where her aunt lived for a few more months before wandering up to Toronto where she stayed for at least 5 months before going to New York where she got into some trouble.
Getting arrested for prostitution and getting hooked on drugs, that's also where she meet Pretty Boy Danny Serrano a pimp that wanted to take Traci and drag her deep into the depths of underground prostitution and drug use.
She left fairly quickly when she saw her friend Nikki getting murder in cold blood in front of her. She never looked back to New York after that. After that she ended up Chicago and in the company of some straight edge guys who helped her get straight and off of the drugs and booze.
As is it always, she didn't stay for long in Chicago she then headed to Indianapolis, Indiana where she found more trouble and 2 more abusive guys then finally she ended up in Hendersonville where she hoped she would get that fresh start she desperately wanted.
The door to the café swung open and Traci looked up from the counter she was wiping down and her heart gave a flutter. Standing in the doorway was a well dressed man with blonde hair and a brilliant smirk on his face.
Everything about him screamed power respect and money something she was oddly attracted too.
Behind him were two bigger guys one that was built and buff with his bleach blonde hair and matching goatee the other had dark hair and soul patch. Luck was on her side as the hostess Linda lead them to her section.
She quickly went to the mirror and checked her lip gloss and gave her raven hair a fluff before walking towards the table.
Jeff Jarrett looked up at their waitress his blue eyes giving her an approving once over. Her white blouse was strained over her ample chest, a sliver of her tan skin showed just above her skin tight jeans; he made his way up to her face his smirk never leaving his face.
A smile pulled at her lips as she posed her pen to her pad, "Hi I am Traci and I will be your waitress tonight, I can start you guys with anything to drink"
Steve and Scott rattled off their drink choices leaving only to Jeff to order.
"I will have a beer Darlin'"
Traci felt a little shiver go up and down her spine before nodding her head and going back to get their drinks. Jeff watched her stroll away with a false air of confidence before turning back to his comrades.
"It's good to see you like this again" Steve mused.
Jeff had lost his wife to cancer several months prior and hadn't really been up to doing much, they were lucky to have gotten him to leave his study that was filled with trash and empty whiskey bottles and into the shower. His worried daughters were the mist of cleaning it up when they left the house.
Jeff gave his friend a cocky smile, 'I am thinking maybe you are right, maybe it's time to start moving on' he leaned back as Traci sat the drinks on the table.
"I am always going to love Jill and know she is watching over me. But its time to move on" he said winking up at Traci who blush slightly and stuttered over her words asking if they were ready to order.
"She will be a good one to help you out of this funk" Scott mused watching Traci's ass sway back and forth as she walked back towards the kitchen to put their orders in. Jeff nodded his head.
The woman came back to the table a few minutes later to refill waters and refresh their beers.
"Are you new here Traci" Jeff asked putting on his southern charm that never failed to get girls out of their panties.
"Yes sir' "Jeff" he corrected, 'sit down"
he motioned to the empty spot next to Scott
. 'I don't want to get into trouble it's my first night on the job'
"and I am one of the owners, its okay sit down darlin'" he said smiled reassuringly at her.
Traci took a deep breath and sat down next to Scott.
"Where are you from" he asked.
"St. Mary's, Ontario, Canada originally' she answered.
"What brings you to Hendersonville' Steve asked.
"I just kind of ended up here, I was in Indianapolis before here"
she stopped herself from going on, she didn't want these three strange men knowing everything about her life. In an odd sense she felt safe with them, protected almost something she had never felt before and she kind of liked it.
There was something about Traci, Jeff had decided from their short little conversation, that needed to be fixed, loved and nurtured and he was just the one to do it.
He pulled his business card and scribbled down his cell phone number on the back of it before handing it to her along with a hefty tip.
"Call me if you need anything darlin' and I mean it'