Wounded by Ben Burgess Jr.
Interview with Samantha Miller
How do you feel about your family, now that you’re an adult?
Samantha: My biological family means nothing to me. I don’t have any fond memories of them and the memories I do have of them are all painful. In short, fuck them! I didn’t need them back then, and I don’t need them now.
What do you want from life?
Samantha: I just want to be happy. I want to get my photography business off the ground so I can eventually retire from stripping. I want to have a family and replace the horrible memories of my parents with new positive memories.
If you were granted three wishes, what would you ask for?
Samantha: My first wish would be for loving parents. My second wish, I’d wish I was never molested as a child. My last wish would be to have a successful photography business.
What three things would you take to a Desert Island?
Samantha: I would take my favorite picture of my friends Silka and Jaime. I don’t really hold things special to me. There isn’t anything that I couldn’t really live without. I’m a survivor. All I’d need is that photo of my girls.
What, in the outside world, is preventing you from getting it?
Samantha: By “it” do you mean happiness? Having a record stops me from getting most jobs and that stops me from being happy. Not finding someone I feel totally understands me is another thing that makes me unhappy.
What, in yourself, is preventing you from getting it?
Samantha: Reality is stopping me from having happiness. Being raped, fucks with my head every day.
What must happen before you overcome this?
Samantha: I honestly don’t know how to overcome it. I always land on my feet no matter what. I always survive. Unless the world changes for me, there’s no way to overcome it.
In your relationship with others, how are you different with family than you are with friends? Why?
Samantha: I don’t have a family. My parents, I don’t consider them my family. I only have my surrogates Jaime and Silka. I cherish them more than anything. They’re the only positive people I have in my life.
How do you fall in love? At first sight? Over a long period?
Samantha: If I were to fall in love, it would take a long time. I don’t trust women easily and get bored just as easy.
What parts of loving come easy for you? Hard?
Samantha: Fucking a woman and making her feel important and special comes easy to me. I’m good at manipulating women. What’s hard is finding a woman who I can stand after we have sex.
How do you decide if you can trust someone? Experience with others? with this person? First impressions? Intuition? Do you test the person somehow? Or are you just generally disposed to trust or not to trust?
Samantha: For me, I generally don’t trust people. I guess you can say I test people. I’m big on observing them during situations and seeing where their head is at. First impressions with me are important, but I also trust my instincts. If I don’t feel a good vibe from people, I don’t deal with them.
When you walk into a room, what do you notice first? Second?
Samantha: When I walk into a room, I notice the people and which women I find attractive. Second, I observe what activities were going on when I entered the room.
When you walk into a room, what do you expect people to notice about you?
Samantha: Everyone notices my eyes when I walk into a room.
Samantha Miller didn't have an easy start. Molested as a child and subsequently forced into prostitution by her drug-addicted mother, Samantha learned at an early age that men were not to be trusted. Being constantly preyed upon taught her to be a predator. Her target was women-specifically, straight or married women. As the headliner at a local strip club, Samantha capitalized on the gifts she was cursed with. In turn, her life quickly spiraled down a dangerous path of violence, seduction, and exploitation. When Sasha is brought on as the new bartender, she becomes Samantha's newest target. The last thing Samantha anticipated was falling in love. When tragedy strikes, what was once a challenge may prove to be her downfall. Can Samantha heal from her abusive past, or will she always be Wounded?
Genre: Urban Fiction/Lesbian Fiction
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