Please give a warm welcome to my special guest – Jane Wakely – a new Rebel Ink Press author and a great gal. I think you’re going to love a taste of this piece…
Jessica has been in love with her brother’s best friend for as long as she can remember. They grew up together, but he never seems to look at her as anything more than a little sister. Her appearance doesn’t help. She’s short and curvy with a few extra pounds, not the type most men find attractive.
Kyle is in love with Jessica. He’s been in love with her forever, but he’s always kept his distance because she’s his best friend, Robbie’s, sister. Tired of staying away from her, Kyle arrives at Jessica’s door intent on telling her his feelings, but her beauty distracts him and he kisses her instead.
Jessica knows deep down they should stop. Their friendship and her heart could be destroyed, but she’s wanted him for so long. A few seconds is all it takes to change her mind. The following morning, her brother arrives and quickly figures out what happened, and what didn’t. Chaos ensues and lifelong friendships are tested when Robbie defends his sister, Jessica defends Kyle and Kyle tries to declare himself.
His glare was a surprise, and he easily stepped around her and walked down the hallway of her small apartment. She watched him disappear into her bedroom, and seconds later he went into the bathroom. She saw the light go on and heard the shower curtain move.
Shocked, she stayed where she was. She couldn’t figure out his behavior. After checking the bathroom, he came back into the living room and stood in front of her.
“Kyle, what is wrong with you? What are you doing here?”
“This.” One hand rested on the nape of her neck as he bent and stepped forward to kiss her. He didn’t give her a chance to refuse as his lips landed on hers. Jessica’s hands automatically went to his shoulders, but she wasn’t sure if it was to push him away or pull him closer. Kyle wrapped his other arm around her waist and pulled her body tight against his.
The kiss was nothing like what she thought it would be, but everything she wanted. Though she knew she should step back and break their connection, she couldn’t think clearly. She had wanted to taste him for so long, and now, for some reason, he was here. His odd behavior led her to believe he’d been drinking. She knew she had to stop him.
“Kyle.” She pulled her mouth away and pushed against his chest. He continued kissing her, leaving a trail from her ear down her neck.
“Kyle, we have to stop.” She tried again, her voice wobbly from his tongue on her collarbone.
In response, he pushed her back against the wall and knelt down in front of her.
“No, we don’t.”
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