Taken from Chapter Eight of Faded Perfection (Beautifully Flawed, #2) Coming Late Spring. Adam looked up at me, puppy brown eyes making my stomach turn. “Don’t be mad at them, Riv.” “Don’t you dare Riv me, Adam Beckerson!” I … Continue reading
Welcome back to the fifth annual Black Friday Book Bonanza! We are just seven weekends away from the beginning of the best time of year – the holidays! Now is a great time to clear those shelves to make … Continue reading
Any one ever heard of Watt Pad? I had through Twitter and authors talking about using it, but I hadn’t really thought about what it could do for me–or how to use it. Then I came up with an idea … Continue reading
One book and a nightmare comes to life… Seconds seem like a lifetime when the life you lived is slowly drained out of you by those who care not what you felt, hoped, or dreamed. When the darkness comes it … Continue reading
Love’s a risky game, especially when you’re the prize… Bobby Beckerson is the American All-Star hockey player—he’s the spitting image of perfection to his family. Goofy, sweet and undeniably gorgeous, he has everything but the one girl he wants: River … Continue reading
FORGET WHAT YOU HAD PLANNED. PLAN SOMETHING BETTER. I’m sure there’s some readers out there who are wondering what the heck I am thinking. I released Flawed Perfection over a year ago, and since then, have remained almost completely silent … Continue reading
I’m excited to say that my newest novel, Finding the Cure is available now on Amazon, Barnes and Noble in ebook and paperback form, Kobo and Google Play in ebook only. But it’s not only my book birthday–but it’s also … Continue reading
I spend 95% of my life frustrated. It’s the truth. Every day I wake up, and I want more. I want more success, more readers, more time to write, more photographs that make me smile, and more time to … Continue reading
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“You realize,” Tad began as he pulled into my parking spot at my apartment, “that I’m not going to let you stay alone tonight.”
“What if someone sees your car is still here in the morning?” I asked, but I didn’t want to fight it. I needed him.
“We’ve gone over this before,” he reassured me, his eyes locked on mine. “My friend will vouch for me.”
“You mean lie for you?”
“He knows about us, Vera. It came out in conversation when he asked why we broke up and why I’d been so moody or whatever,” Tad explained, his hand warm on my back.
“Really? I made you moody?” I asked, opening my apartment door.
“Depressed is more like it.”
“Join the club,” I replied, sliding his jacket off and handing it back to him. He stared down at it with his lips in a stern line.
“I wish I was a more admirable boyfriend to you. I would much rather be that than your teacher.”
“I enjoy your teaching…but I do enjoy you being my boyfriend more. It just can’t be,” I replied, and his response was silence so I continued, “I should go change. You want your pajamas?”
“Wait—did you get to slow dance at all?” Tad asked, and I shook my head. He fiddled with his phone before putting it down on the coffee table and holding his hand out. “May I have this dance?”
“No, we shouldn’t. You should go home…it’s too hard to have you here and then tomorrow I’ll be in your classroom again as your student. It’s so easy for you to go from here to there,” I whispered, my voice trailing off.
“You have got to know…” Tad cried out, throwing his hands up. “You have to know this is not easy on me either. I see you almost every day as my student, and I have to fight myself…who I really am—you know it. You’re so sensible about this whole thing, everything, you’re just so strong. I wish I could be like you and forget all the pain.”
“It’s a farce Tad, I’m not strong. I feel like there’s a train heading straight towards me. You were what kept me stable—let me forgot the past I’m running from. I can stand this every day class thing because you take the pain away…even if you’re only my teacher,” I explained, shaking my head as I took in his distress.
“You know what the real farce is?” he whispered as he pulled me into his arms. “That I’m only your teacher.”
I let him kiss me; let the nights events wash away from my mind and let the shadows remain shadows. Tonight I would forget what I was running from even though it was closer than it had ever been, for I knew I was safe in his arms.
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