Recommended By Angela
Recommended By Angela
Kendal and Dana's love story is filled with obstacles, heartache, emotion and undeniable love. Dana was an incredibly relate-able character in many ways. She does not know her own strength or worth and it takes a leap of faith to open her eyes. Kendal has his own set of issues and the two of them together are explosive in more ways than one. I loved how raw the writing gets. You feel the passion and sadness in every word you read. There are a lot of layers to this story and it really builds the character development to deliver such an emotional book.
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"Just hold on to my legs and take what I'm giving you. You want what I have, don't you Beth?" He pressed his lips to her neck, Bethany's back arching to take more of him in. He pinched the softness of her clit between two of his fingers and tugged a little. "You want me all over you, deep inside of you, marking your sexy little body with my teeth and fingers. Tell me you want it as bad as I do. "
"Lust takes courage. Love is for pussies." He leaned down and touched the side of her face. "If all you feel is lust, meet me in the bathroom in the back. Prove it."
"I don't have to prove anything to you." she pulled back, the idea of having him take her in the small space of the restroom so fucking hot it caused her body to ache immediately.
"Love is messy, Beth. Stay with me in lust, and we can drown in each other over and over again."
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Love almost stole everything from me. My career being the worst possible loss.
I never should have bent the rules and dated a student.
And now finally, after years of being alone, a pretty nurse has my attention.
Caring, curvy, and so damn smart.
She has me pacing the floor at night and wishing for things I thought were long since gone.
Every part of me aches for a chance at stealing her breath, her heart, her body—forever.
But the joke’s on me.
She’s not just a nurse. She’s a student at the college where I work, and the past seems to replay itself over again before my eyes.
Only this time, it’s so much worse than before.
I put restrictions on myself to make sure I don’t have to suffer ever again.
Too bad she wasn’t aware of my rules.
Or maybe she was…