Description from the publisher:
Being in love with the same girl your entire life isn't all it's cracked up to be. She uses me in every way imaginable. How does she see me? I am her perpetual one-night stand. No strings, no attachments. Just mind-numbing sex ... for her anyway. — Greer
Love. Hate. Triangle.
Who's using whom?
Shut Up, and Kiss Me
“Look at me, Denver.”
“I want to kiss you so bad … but if I kiss you, it will change everything,” he says in that gravelly voice.
“Change is good,” I whisper.
“I don’t want to lose my best friend,” he tells me.
“Relationships ruin friendships. We’ve seen enough of that.”
I shiver with that truth. “True. But we’re different. We’ve been together since before we were born. I can’t live without you, so I won’t hurt our friendship.”
Bringing our entwined hands up, he kisses my knuckles. “Me either. We’ll take it slow, all right?”
“All right, my golden boy,” I whisper.
“I thought we were taking it slow,” I chastise, but I delight in knowing that he feels something more for me.
His declaration unleashes a torrent of need in me, and I no longer want him to kiss me—I need him to kiss me. “Greer, will you shut up and kiss me, please?”
Ms. Halat – your Google history must be unique!
One last word: John Ransom is mine. Ya'all can divvy up the rest of the cowboys.
- Freed (April 2014)
- Redeemed (July 2014)
Other Books from this Author:
- Every Rose
- Everything I've Never Had
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