EXCERPT: Luke She reaches for my fries with an undecided look on her face. “So I have a question.” “Okay…” “About you.” I slowly chew my food. “I’m not really sure I want to hear your question now.” She picks a pickle off of her burger, pulling a repulsed face. “Well, I’m still going to ask it.” I grab a handful of fries from the tray that’s on the table between us. “Go ahead and ask but it doesn’t mean I’ll answer.” She props her elbows onto the table with her burger in her hand. “Why haven’t you ever talked to me before? I mean, we’ve walked past each other probably a hundred times, but never so much as acknowledged each other and then suddenly you’re stalking me.” I pick up my soda and sip from the straw. “First off, I’m not stalking you. I just can’t seem to get… Read more »
Author: Jessica Sorensen
The New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Jessica Sorensen, lives with her husband and three kids. When she's not writing, she spends her time reading and hanging out with her family.
a Rafflecopter giveaway Excerpt: I get caught up in it all—in her—and suddenly I’m pressing my lips against hers. I’ve done this a lot before, as a way to distract myself from my life. But this isn’t the same. This means something, but I’m still trying to figure out what and if I want it or even deserve to get it. At first she stiffens, but then she hooks her arms around the back of my neck and inches closer, opening her mouth to me as she spreads her legs open and my hands travel higher toward the bottom of her shorts. She tastes like beer and smells like pot. Tristan’s gone but he could come back at any moment. I should stop this. I should care enough to stop Tristan from seeing this, but my will to care about doing the right thing at this moment has died…. Read more »