Recommended By Angela
Recommended By Angela
Aaron and Sarah are absolutely adorable. I am a sucker for young love and once you throw in a rekindling of romance, I am hooked. Nora Blake gives you a little bit of everything in Dirt Queen. You will laugh, cry, fan yourself and fall in love with the two of them. Their characters are so sweet and have been through so much, both apart and together. Their love story is one of resilience and strength. The twist definitely caught me a little off guard but it did not change how much I loved this book!
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“Seven sounds good.”
“Okay. You sure? You’re not gonna back out on me?” I gave Nick a thumbs up and he started licking his lips and rubbing his nipples with his fingertips. I bit my lip to keep myself from laughing.
I got up, laughing, and followed her into the kitchen, attempting to shake off the dirty thoughts swirling around in my head as I watched her every move. I kept picturing fucking her right here in the kitchen, and it was causing the man downstairs some issues.
The warmth and intensity of his lips was completely intoxicating. We pulled apart briefly, our breaths shallow as we stared at one another, igniting a bigger flame. I wondered if he stopped only to make sure I wasn’t going to run away screaming or if he felt the same overwhelming surge of energy I did and wanted to see if I felt it, too. Knowing we would surely burn the place down if we kissed again.
I wasn’t capable of controlling my hands or my body. I just knew I needed more of her. It was a slow burn, an ache in every fiber of my being and in my soul.
I couldn’t remember a time in my life when I wanted anything more than I did him right that second. I knew what he was doing, he was taking his time, taking things slow and carefully, but as badly as I wanted him, I didn’t want him to be careful. I wanted him to devour me.
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Sarah—We hadn’t spoken in years, and more often than not, he was on my mind. When I moved back to town he reached out. I stalked him enough times on social media to know he had a wife and two kids. I didn’t want to get my hopes up, but the pull I felt inside couldn’t be ignored.
Aaron—She was back. I thought I’d never see her again, but there she was. Within my reach. She agreed to meet up at the dirt track when I sent her a message. What would she think of me being a dad? Did she even know?
The unspoken feelings she tried to leave in the past forced her to keep him at arm's length. He was in the middle of a divorce and had two boys they both needed to consider. He was all in but she was questioning everything.
But sometimes...you have to follow your heart and let yourself fall—no matter how things might end. It’d be worth it. Always.