The Darkest Sunrise Duet by Aly Martinez

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The Darkest Sunrise Duet by Aly Martinez

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I wasn’t a rash person by any stretch of the imagination, but I felt it with her – the common denominator I’d never found with anyone else. Don’t get me wrong. Love at first sight didn’t exist. Soul mates were the likes of fairy tales. And lust wasn’t love, no matter how hard you tried to convince yourself otherwise. 
“Please, Porter,” she said in a husky voice. I felt every single consonant and vowel of her plea deep inside my soul. She didn’t need to beg. Not now. Not ever. If she wanted anything, I was going to give it to her. 
“You’re hard to read, Charlotte. But your hands always tell me the truth.” His voice got low and husky. “You grip me tight when you’re nervous or anxious. You squeeze me soft when you’re being sweet. And you pull it away when you’re trying to hide.” He nuzzled his face and breathed, “Tonight, we’ll figure out what your hands do when I’m making you come. 


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I’m a wife and stay at home mom to four wild kids under the age of six. My life is pretty much crazy at all times.
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Dare by James Crow

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Dare by James Crow

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‘Slap it,’ he said. I opened my legs and slapped myself hard, just like I had all those years ago for Mr Boots. It felt good. My clit was blazing.
I’m Drew he said after I came.

‘Dani,’ I offered, before sucking his cock clean. I think I loved him right there.

Dani and Drew had a neat fucking ring to it”

‘Fuck,’ he said.

‘Fuck me,’ I said.  

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Last Light (The Night Owl Trilogy) by M. Pierce

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Last Light (The Night Owl Trilogy) by M. Pierce

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December is the cruelest month to die in.
“Run away,” he whispered in my ear. “Make this good for me, Hannah. Make me believe you don’t want it. Fight me.”
Why did I always do the worst things? Why did I always arrange my life so that it was on the brink of collapse? The answer came to me as if it had only been waiting for the question. Because happiness is useless to me. Because I need agony and heat in my life.
I let people get a good look at my face, which is just another mask for the heart.
And tomorrow, and the next day, there would be time for me to be strong. Time for me to handle this like an adult. But for now- I sat on the kitchen floor and cried like a child.
“What do you think you are, Hannah, a player in his game? The queen to his king?” He lowered his head so that his mouth hovered beside my ear. He smelled like winter, smoky and masculine. “No, I’ll tell you what you are.” His breath whispered along my neck. He pressed against my thigh and I felt the hard length of his dick. “You’re a class A drug.”

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Looking For Alaska by John Green

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Looking For Alaska by John Green

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“So this guy,” I said, standing in the doorway of the living room. “François Rabelais. He was this great poet. And his last words were ‘I go to seek a Great Perhaps.’ That’s why I’m going. So I don’t have to wait until I die to start seeking a Great Perhaps.”
“Don’t you know who you love, Pudge? You love the girl who makes you laugh and shows you porn and drinks wine with you. You don’t love the crazy sullen bitch.” And there was something to that, truth be told.
She taught me everything I knew about crawfish and kissing and pink wine and poetry. She made me different.
We had to forgive to survive in the labyrinth. There were so many of us who would have to live with things done and things left undone that day. Things that did not go right, things that seemed okay at the time because we could not see the future. If only we could see the endless string of consequences that result from our smallest actions. But we can’t know better until knowing better is useless.

Looking For Alaska

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