By Elizabeth Reyes
After one heartache too many, Valerie Zuniga vows to by no means permit Alex Moreno damage her back. A yr later, she is compelled to reunite with him at a celebration the place one unforeseen scorching kiss tells her she’s faraway from over him. No means will she permit herself to get sucked again into that torment. She’ll withstand him whether that suggests utilizing the single factor that’ll cease Alex useless in his tracks: one other guy. Alex is coming off one of many worst years of his existence. He spent quite a bit time wallowing in self-pity, he by no means discovered how a lot he’d ignored Valerie. that's, till that kiss. Now, he’s decided to get her again a method or one other, and no different guy will stand in his approach. specially after learning that Valerie could be at risk, a chance he blames himself for.
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The weekend was over. Impossible! ‘I’ve got a headache,’ Abbie began. Big mistake. ’ said her mother. ’ ‘You didn’t have to wait up. I phoned. At least three times. ’ her mother went on, ignoring her. ‘It’s outrageous to be staying out that late when it’s work and school the next day. And you are going to school, 42 Abbie. No matter how many headaches you’ve got. So get yourself up right now. I want you downstairs in five minutes. ’ ‘I thought we just had,’ Abbie muttered, as she slithered out of bed and lurched towards the bathroom.
The one she’d hurt at the bowling alley on Saturday night. But it wasn’t the finger that was really the problem. The problem was Sanjay. He’d been fairly quiet on the way to the bowling alley. Concentrating on his driving, she’d guessed. Then 46 when they arrived they’d separated, naturally, into two groups. Sanjay had been in the other lane with the serious bowlers while she, Joe and one of Joe’s loopy mates played it for laughs. Hazel had been in their lane too but she hadn’t really been into it.
Better than Abbie in many ways and certainly less likely to blab. Or maybe she could just phone Sarah. She got her phone out, put it away again. As she got it out for the second time, she happened to glance across the road, where a small figure was darting behind a tree, trying to hide. Hazel hurried forward, caught up with the others and tapped Dee’s arm. ‘Er, I think your brother’s escaped again,’ she said. ‘Oh shit,’ said Dee, immediately darting across the road towards Scott. Hazel hesitated for a moment, then followed.
Always Been Mine (The Moreno Brothers, Book 2) by Elizabeth Reyes