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The Darwin Elevator (Dire Earth Cycle #1) On Every Street (The Artists Trilogy #0)

Even better. They were new to the area. You’re here dropping off your brother?

You can talk to me for as long as you want. Forever, he thought. Talk to me forever so I don’t have to leave.She swallowed hard and looked down at her clipboard. Well, I’ve been thinking.

United We Spy (Gallagher Girls #6)

Which explains the smoke coming out of your ears.She let out a low laugh. Yeah. I do tend to overthink things. I like to obsess over every decision until it’s nearly impossible to make. Which is why I’m changing things up. She met his gaze. I overthought this weekend.Unable to help himself, he closed the distance between them and cupped her jaw. There’s nothing to overthink. What we shared here was a second chance, and I don’t intend to let it pass us by. He leaned in and kissed her. I want to see you again, Lotti. As soon as you’ll let me. I’m going to call. Text. Email. FaceTime. Whatever it takes to show you I’m serious. We’re only forty minutes away from each other. That’s nothing. Nothing, he repeated, setting a finger over her lips when she opened her mouth. And I know you have no reason at all to believe me, to believe in me, but it’s okay. All I need is some time to show you.

Subterranean

She took a gentle nip out of his finger. I want to see you again too.His heart leapt. Yeah?

Yeah and . . . well, I sort of I have a confession. She pulled a piece of paper from her clipboard. Her Cabo itinerary. I thought we could rebook my flights, she said. And add a plus one because I was hoping you’d come with. I mean, I know your brother just got married so you’re undoubtedly in charge of the pub when you get back, so we can time it so that it works out for everyone. If you’re interested . . .

He had to pause because the emotion and relief and hope that flooded him took away his ability to speak for a second.She didn’t respond and I stepped out of the car. The dogs immediately jumped on me, knocking me several steps backward. I caught myself on the car.

Show them who’s boss, she said, reaching over and shutting the door I’d left open.I grabbed one by the collar and led him toward the fence. The others followed, nipping at my heels and barking. They were so loud my ears rang. I was convinced Will wasn’t home or he would’ve thought an army was coming to rob his house. Once they were safely behind the gate, I turned with a proud smile to see that the car and Bec were gone. I walked slowly back to the road, thinking maybe she’d just parked it somewhere. I instinctively reached for my pocket to pull out my phone and remembered she’d borrowed it . . . stolen it! She’d set me up. For what I wasn’t sure, but I did not have to go along with this.

Archangels Storm (Guild Hunter #5)

With my best friendly face on, I knocked on Will’s door, hoping I was wrong about him not being home. Maybe he just enjoyed watching his dogs terrorize people. His house may have looked older than dirt but he had to have a phone in there. Nobody answered. I peered through the dirt-smudged window to the right of the door and saw nothing but a darkened hallway.How had people ever lived without cell phones? I was stuck in the middle of nowhere. I sank to the porch and put my forehead on my knees. Bec had to come back sometime. At the very least, someone would have to wonder where I was when school got out. Maybe. As I sat there, alone, I thought about what she’d said about Hayden. He was a mess, she’d said. That thought twisted my heart and for one moment I thought that maybe she was right. That I really did need to give him a second chance, give us a second chance. It’s what I was asking for from Claire. How could I not offer the same thing to someone else? But as soon as that thought came, the night on the beach pressed on my shoulders. This was different from my fight with Claire. He’d called me a liar when I’d never lied to him. He didn’t believe me after his friend had been a major jerk.

Anger surged through me. No. I couldn’t get over what had happened so easily. My eyes zeroed in on the ’68 Camaro across the yard. I pushed myself to my feet and went in search of some baseballs.The pile of balls I’d found littered the tall weeds by my feet. I’d found more than a couple. It took me about thirty minutes, but I’d collected at least twenty. I held one in my hand, poised to throw it at the Camaro. A memory of sitting in that car with Hayden came to my mind and I almost dropped the ball. Then another memory surged to the front to stomp it out, Bec’s words from that same day: Did you use the ‘climb over me into the car’ move on her? she’d said. He’d done that with another girl. Probably Eve.

I pulled my arm back and threw the ball with all my might. It hit the door with a loud clank then bounced off and rolled across the ground. The ding it left in the rusted door was hardly noticeable and only heightened my need to do damage. Real damage. I picked up another ball and hurled it. Then another.Soon it wasn’t just Hayden I was trying to crush but Jules and my parents, Drew and myself. I reached down for another ball and felt nothing but dirt. I had thrown them all. My heart rate was high and my cheeks were wet with sweat and maybe a few tears.

I started to gather the balls when behind me I heard, Do you want to throw a few at the actual person those are intended for or is the car satisfying enough?I whirled around. Hayden held out his arms like he was really giving me permission to pelt him. It was tempting.

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