She was Chapter Twenty-Six's other best friend.
The trifecta of beautiful women: Twenty-Six was the redhead, Twenty-Seven the blonde, and this one--the brunette.
Another temptation for him around the corner, but do not fret, I did not taste her. The problem here was not that she had someone already, but that she was harder to reach out to.
But she is important because she was there at the beginning, and there at the very end, towards the downward spiral. The last resort for an out, for help.
Snow. Blow. Powder. Coke.
The word resonated a very delicious and appetizing concoction that woke desire.
The relationship had ended, and even though this Chapter had access to the stuff, she would not give it to him. She would not help him with it.
She did not break, or gave in.
This is why she is important; she was good to him through and through.
They say there is no harder drug than love, well, perhaps they are right.
Perhaps, they are not.