Saturday, May 28, 2016

Born (Born #1) by Tara Brown

Born
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Synopsis:

"It's us and them, Em. There are no regular people anymore."

Ten years ago when the world ended she ran for her life.

Five weeks ago the world she'd hidden from came knocking on the door of her secluded cabin.

Ten days ago she found salvation hiding amongst the dead.

Yesterday she went back for the living.

Today she wonders if she will live to see tomorrow.

What do you do when the world you were born to is gone?

Where do you hide when even your own body isn't safe?

Emma ran when her daddy told her to. She hid like he said she should. He was the first person she turned her back on. The first one she let die.

Ten years has gone by and she still lives by the simple rules he taught her when she was nine years old.

"Don't help anyone. Don't go where other people are unless you have to. Trust no one. Always pull the trigger."

Until one night she hears the worst sound in the world, a knock. A simple, timid knock, on the door to her cabin.

Only the voice of the brave little girl, ready to die for her brother, persuades Emma to open the door.

As her fingers turn the lock, she has a terrible feeling she will regret her decision.

But even as regret fills her world, so do love and companionship. Things she never imagined she would ever have again.

Everything comes at a cost; you decide what you'll pay.

Review:

*Note: Some slight spoilers ahead

Born started off so promising. I was drawn into the story and loving it until about half way through. Then things started to fall apart a bit for me. Emma started to becoming super annoying and a lame love triangle was developing and I just didn't enjoy the last half of the book. A good idea, but the main character, or really most of the characters, got on my nerves by the end of the book. So much so that I didn't want to continue on to the next one. 

Emma has been on her own for the past ten years. Ever since the world as we know it was destroyed and her father died. She has a pet wolf, but that has been her only companion since she was 9 years old. So she is not so good with people as she has hardly been around them. Her father taught her to survive, to take care of herself, to be independent. He taught her to not let other people in because that can get you killed. Stay by yourself, pay attention, don't do anything stupid and survive. So that is what she does. There are lots of bad people still living, seems like only the worst survived what happened, as well as the infected. I really enjoyed the world that was created. The ideas were pretty cool even if I don't know everything yet. The others, the infected, the breeding camps, everything was really fascinating and kept me wanting to read more. 

So Emma is on her own for years until one night she gets a knock on her door. A girl, Anna, who is asking for her help. Her brother Jake is stuck in a hole not too far away and will surely die if she doesn't help. Anna doesn't care if Emma kills her just as long as she promises to help her brother. And this is where Emma starts to change. Unfortunately we don't get to see the change happen, we are just told it does. The book just skips time and Emma is all caring about these new people now and not going to kill them, will do anything to save them, etc. I didn't really understand since I didn't get to see the change, but I just went with it. 

Then when Anna is in danger Emma runs off to save her. She meets some allies, a group of people who are actually living peacefully in the woods and trying to make a new life where they can. Through them she gets some help and starts to try and save everyone (though it was the beginning of Emma turning into a super annoying character). Once she meets everyone that is where the stupid love triangle comes in. She obviously likes one boy more than the other, but is very resistant to the idea. Plus the boy she likes is kind of a jerk and not cool at times. It was not so good. Then she risks her life to save one person, then decides she must save everyone! Every single person, except the people she indiscriminately kills because they are on the inside. Who knows some of them could be good people, she knows this as some of them helped her before, but let's not think about that. She gets all crazy by the end, runs off willy nilly and does whatever she wants. She won't listen to anyone, won't stop for a second and make a plan. Nope. If someone questions her she just gets angry and runs off by herself because that is smart. Good thing she is super awesome and nothing can stop her....

She also is super judgmental of most of the other people she meets. She hates the girl who also seems to like the boy she likes. She even goes off victim blaming her for being raped which is a HUGE no no. She was horrid. Absolutely horrid to the girl who wears clothing that Emma deems inappropriate. Plus thinks she is a whore because of said clothes and that the boy she likes likes that girl to. Or at least used to. Her and her judgmental self got on my last nerve. The victim blaming was the last straw. That happened near the end and really made me say nope to reading more of this series. I just can't stomach stuff like that. Not cool. Not cool at all. I just wanted to tell Emma to get over herself and stop treating everyone else like crap because you think you are so much better than them. I hated it. Such a shame as I did really like the first half. I was all in and couldn't put it down until Emma because someone I hated. Oh well. 

Rating: ★ ★

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Release Boost: Wasted Words by Staci Hart

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Wasted Words
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Synopsis:

Some universal truths refuse to be ignored.

Peanut butter and jelly are a match made in heaven. Spaghetti and meatballs are best friends forever. And guys like Tyler Knight don’t go for girls like Cam Emerson.

She knew from the second she met him that he didn’t belong on her bookshelf, the six-foot-six ex-tight end with a face so all-American, it could have sold apple pie. So she shelved him next to the supermodels and rock stars and took her place on her own shelf — the one with the flannel-clad, pasty-faced comic book nerds. Most of her boyfriends have existed between the pages of books, but rather than worrying over her own lacking love life, she puts all her energy into playing Cupid, using her job at the book bar, Wasted Words, as her stomping ground.

Tyler Knight always looks on the bright side. His career-ending injury turned into a job as a sports agent. A horrible breakup led him to Cam, his quirky, smart roommate who is far more beautiful than she realizes. She’s made it perfectly clear she’s not interested in him — not like that at least — but if she ever changes her mind, he won’t hesitate. Because he doesn’t see the lines she’s drawn between them, as much as she insists that they’re there. Deep down he knows that despite their differences, they’re a match well made.

*A romantic comedy inspired by Jane Austen’s Emma*

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About the Author:

Staci has been a lot of things up to this point in her life: a graphic designer, an entrepreneur, a seamstress, a clothing and handbag designer, a waitress. Can't forget that. She's also been a mom, with three little girls who are sure to grow up to break a number of hearts. She's been a wife, even though she's certainly not the cleanest, or the best cook. She's also super, duper fun at a party, especially if she's been drinking whiskey. Her favorite word starts with f and ends with k.

From roots in Houston, to a seven year stint in Southern California, Staci and her family ended up settling somewhere in between and equally north, in Denver. They are new enough that snow is still magical. When she's not writing, she's sleeping, cleaning, or designing graphics.
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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Book Tour: Until June (Until Her #2) by Aurora Rose Reynolds

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Synopsis:

June Mayson and Evan Barrister’s whirlwind courtship resulted in a secret marriage right before he left for boot camp. Evan knows deep in his gut that June is too good for him, but after getting a taste of the beautiful life they can have together, he’s unwilling to let her go. June promises to wait for him, knowing neither time or distance will ever change her feelings for Evan—that is until she’s served with divorce papers while he’s overseas and she’s forced to let him go. Her marriage and divorce a well­ kept secret, the last person June expects to run into when she moves back to her hometown is Evan. Angry over the past, she does everything within her power to ignore the pull she feels whenever he is near. But how can she ignore the pain she sees every time their eyes meet? How can she fight the need to soothe him even if she knows she’s liable to get hurt once again? Is it possible for June and Evan to find their way back to each other again? Or will they be stopped by an outside force before they ever have a shot?

Excerpt:

Seeing Evan again is taking a toll on me, I can’t sleep and my mind is in a constant state of turmoil. I wake up in the middle of the night from dreams of us. The memories of him, of us are too much. Some memories have the ability to heal. The ability to light up the dark because the beauty of the memory is so bright you’re still able to bask in it.

But the memories of us are killing me slowly. They remind me that for one moment I had everything while reminding me it’s gone. It’s the realization that we’re done that’s killing me. The realization that I can see him but can’t touch him that he exist but he’s not mine is agonizing.

About the Author:

aurora
Aurora Rose Reynolds is a navy brat who's husband served in the United States Navy. She has lived all over the country but now resides in New York City with her Husband and pet fish. She's married to an alpha male that loves her as much as the men in her books love their women. He gives her over the top inspiration everyday. In her free time she reads, writes and enjoys going to the movies with her husband and cookie. She also enjoys taking mini weekend vacations to nowhere, or spends time at home with friends and family. Last but not least she appreciates everyday and admires it's beauty.
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Monday, May 23, 2016

Locke (Corps Security #5) by Harper Sloan

Locke
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Synopsis:


Darkness is the only thing I see. Ever since the day my life changed. The day that everything and everyone I held close to me ceased to exist. The day I lost it all and the demons of my past consumed my every waking moment. I tried to keep others at arm's length. Tried not to let my darkness taint them. Ruin them. Harm them. And whether I want to admit it or not, as much as I wish I could keep them locked out, they refuse to leave. Refuse to let me suffer alone. If I hadn't been so focused on keeping those demons from flying free, I wouldn't have missed how one perfect angel was able to sneak her way under my skin-refusing to let go. Making me want things I don't deserve. She consumes me. Her beauty knows no end. The love she promises tempts me every time she's near. But that pure heart that makes her MY Emmy is the one thing I'm convinced I'll destroy if I ever let her close. I'm a broken man. A broken man with too much darkness in his soul to ever let her light shine upon me. But even that doesn't stop me from craving her with every single breath in my body. 

**This is the final book in the Corps Security series. This book is not suitable for younger readers. There is strong language, adult situations, and some violence.**

Review:

From the very first book in this series I have been waiting to read Locke's story. Emmy is so sweet and she had been just waiting around for Locke to finally open up, but it never seemed like he would. When she runs after everything happens with Cooper he doesn't want to just let her go away. He tracks her down to bring her home again. 

Oh, Locke. He is so broken, thinks he has such a bad soul that he will taint everyone he gets close to. He doesn't think he can be around someone so good, so pure as Emmy. He doesn't want to destroy her like he has everyone else in his life. When you read about his family oh man. His mom and brother are really something. And his fiancé? Wow. I just...yeah. That plus everything that happened when he was in the military and it is easy to see why he is not able to open up to others. How he might not want to let someone in. 

Emmy is so sweet. Though when Locke finds her at the beginning of this book I was shocked. I couldn't believe it. She is so strong just like all of these women in this series. She has been through so much and I never would have guessed what her life up until she came to Corps Security was like. Man...it was rough. Though why she would run back to that I have no idea. I couldn't understand why her not being able to be where she is meant means that she had to run home. Why not just start over somewhere else? I mean....her home is not good. Not good at all. 

So Locke finally gets Emmy and brings her home and they have a rough go of it. Locke wants to open up to her, wants to move on from his past, but it is not as easy as just letting everything go. Good thing he has her there to help him. Sure it is really hard to get to the point where he is really trying hard to open up, where he is really all in with Emmy, but I loved reading it. I just wanted the best for both of these characters and wanted them to get their happily ever after. They are just great together and oh Locke. He is such an amazing guy and I was so happy when he finally figured that out. This was a wonderful end to a wonderful series. 

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★1/2

Saturday, May 21, 2016

Cooper (Corps Security #4) by Harper Sloan

Cooper
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Synopsis:

Do you take me seriously? Because I don’t. I use my jokes and easygoing personality to hide the pain I’ve felt since he took his last breath. I’m adrift without my partner in crime, my best friend…my brother. I can taste the vengeance just within my grasp. 

Until she barges into my life. Promising me happiness and a peace I’ve been craving for years. She is the sun to my darkness, the happy to my despair. 

But she holds secrets. Just like I do. She holds hers close, where I just pray mine don’t rock the walls we’re trying to build. 

Now I’m stuck at a crossroads between my desire for revenge and my craving for her and the life we could have together—and I have no idea which road I should travel. 

All I know with crystal clear certainty is that the past has the power to destroy it all. 

No cliffhanger. This book is not suitable for younger readers. There is strong language, adult situations, and some violence.

Review:

Cooper was my favorite in this series thus far. Just a note - while you don't have to read these books in order there may be some plot spoilers for the prior books if you just jump right into this one. So slight plot line spoilers ahead for the first three books ahead.

When I first saw Cooper as one of the books in the series I just figured it would be the Cooper I had already met and was interested in reading his story. Only after everything that happened at the end of Beck obviously that couldn't happen. So I was excited to get to know Ash and know Chelcie a little better.

Man Ash is not in a good place when this book opens. I understand, but man. He is just drinking his way into oblivion and hooking up with random ladies all the time. He doesn't even remember them the next day or the things his says and does while drunk. He is definitely not a happy drunk.

Chelcie is trying to hold it together as well. She has some secrets, some things the rest of the friend family doesn't know, but the worst is how she feels about Ash. From the first moment she sees him there is just something there. She likes him, really likes him, but once he finds out everything he probably won't want to be with her. That and he would have to be sober long enough to actually have a conversation. They have been creating a fragile friendship in his sober moments, but it is not really stable.

When Chelcie knocks on his door one night when he is really wasted he says some things that he definitely doesn't mean and doesn't remember. They hurt her and she tries to keep her distance. Only then Ash sobers up, decides he needs to stop drowning his sorrows, and that Chelcie is his. He is going to stop fighting the draw she has on him and they are going to be together. Oh if only it were that easy.

Now after Beck when I realized what this story would be, what Chelcie's secret is, who Ash is, everything, I wasn't that excited about it. I just didn't think it would my favorite, but it was great. I really liked both of the main characters and loved reading their story. Chelcie is so great with Ash, so helpful and strong and there for him no matter what. Asher wants revenge, but can he do that without sacrificing everything? Oh it was such a great read. I really enjoyed this book.

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★1/2

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Blog Tour: Wasted Words by Staci Hart



Wasted Words
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Synopsis:

Some universal truths refuse to be ignored.

Peanut butter and jelly are a match made in heaven. Spaghetti and meatballs are best friends forever. And guys like Tyler Knight don’t go for girls like Cam Emerson.

She knew from the second she met him that he didn’t belong on her bookshelf, the six-foot-six ex-tight end with a face so all-American, it could have sold apple pie. So she shelved him next to the supermodels and rock stars and took her place on her own shelf — the one with the flannel-clad, pasty-faced comic book nerds. Most of her boyfriends have existed between the pages of books, but rather than worrying over her own lacking love life, she puts all her energy into playing Cupid, using her job at the book bar, Wasted Words, as her stomping ground.

Tyler Knight always looks on the bright side. His career-ending injury turned into a job as a sports agent. A horrible breakup led him to Cam, his quirky, smart roommate who is far more beautiful than she realizes. She’s made it perfectly clear she’s not interested in him — not like that at least — but if she ever changes her mind, he won’t hesitate. Because he doesn’t see the lines she’s drawn between them, as much as she insists that they’re there. Deep down he knows that despite their differences, they’re a match well made.

*A romantic comedy inspired by Jane Austen’s Emma*

Review:

Wasted Words was such a sweet read. This is only the second book by this author I have read, but they have both been really cute, fun, sweet reads. That is not to say there are not some hot moments, but overall the story just makes me happy. Wasted Words was a lot of fun to read and I couldn't put it down once I started. 

Cam is a bit of a nerd. She loves reading and comic books and helping set people up. She sees connections between people, sees who would work well together, and loves seeing others happy. She is not too concerned with herself and if she ever finds someone, she just wants to help others. She also puts people into different categories and she knows you should stay within your own category when you date. She definitely does. It won't work if she wants to date someone on a different shelf. They would just be too different. 

Tyler is Cam's roommate and not at all on the same shelf as her. He was a football player, a jock, someone who would never go for someone like Cam. I mean he dated models! And Cam is no model. So even though she is attracted to him (duh! Who wouldn't be?) she knows they would never work. He is too different from her. She tried that once, tried to mix across shelves, and it didn't work so she is not going to be going there again. 

Tyler has always like Cam a bit, but she made it perfectly clear that she doesn't like him like that. He hasn't really dated much since his last disaster and he is fine with that. Only when Cam tries to set him up things get interesting. She should be happy that she found someone that is perfect for him, and she is, but she also isn't. She doesn't want him to find someone else. She kind of wants to be with him, but how could that be possible?

For his part once he tries to date someone that Cam wants him to he just realizes how much he does like Cam. Oh these two were cute. Cam could be a bit frustrating at times, not letting people decide what they want for themselves, trying to push what she wants, what she thought was right on other, never able to acknowledge that she might be wrong. That plus all of her insecurities about how different she is from Tyler so if/when they start dating it is not sunshine and roses. She worries so much that he will break her heart, that he doesn't really like her, that he will leave she ends up sabotaging herself. Her friends try to help, try to get her to see how awesome Tyler is and how much he cares about her, but years and years of insecurities won't go away overnight. Tyler is so sweet I just loved him. He knows Cam is a bit crazy, but he is there for her trying to get her to see how great they could be together. 

Overall this was a really great read. I loved watching Cam and Tyler figure everything out. Even when she was driving me crazy I still wanted everything to work out for these two. Such a sweet, cute, fun read. 

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★1/2

About the Author:

Staci has been a lot of things up to this point in her life: a graphic designer, an entrepreneur, a seamstress, a clothing and handbag designer, a waitress. Can't forget that. She's also been a mom, with three little girls who are sure to grow up to break a number of hearts. She's been a wife, even though she's certainly not the cleanest, or the best cook. She's also super, duper fun at a party, especially if she's been drinking whiskey. Her favorite word starts with f and ends with k.

From roots in Houston, to a seven year stint in Southern California, Staci and her family ended up settling somewhere in between and equally north, in Denver. They are new enough that snow is still magical. When she's not writing, she's sleeping, cleaning, or designing graphics.
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Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Blog Tour: The Spiral Down (The Fall Up #2) by Aly Martinez

Spiral Down
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Synopsis:

Standalone M/M romance.

I was afraid to fly.
He made me soar.

After years of climbing the ladder of success in the music industry, I finally had everything I could want. 
Yet I still found myself wandering through life alone.

Captain Evan Roth was the one man I never saw coming. 
Tall, dark, mysterious… Straight. 

We were both damaged beyond repair and searching for something so elusive we weren’t sure it even existed.

But, when two broken souls collide in midair, falling is a given.

I just never expected to crave the spiral down.

Review:

The Spiral Down was an amazing read. Henry and Evan were so sweet together I loved every minute. I never wanted it to end it was that wonderful. 

Henry is a superstar. He tours the world playing music and loves his life. Only he is a bit lonely. He sees what Levee has, the one person closest to him in the world, and he wants that. Only he doesn't know how to get that. To get someone to love him like that and have the happily ever after. He has a lot of insecurities and issues because of the way he was raised. Being the gay kid in foster care is not very much fun. He is always worried that people will leave him, that those he care about will walk away like most everyone in his past has done. He was so tragically broken that you can't help but want everything for him. Here he is this big star, this man everyone adores for his music, and yet he is so very insecure and vulnerable and hurting. He broke my heart every time. I wanted nothing but the best for him. And in order to try and not be heartbroken he only dates straight men. He loves the trill of getting a straight guy to give into him, plus because they are straight they never want to stay for long afterwards. Yes, that spiral down, that rejection afterwards hurts, but the thrill at the beginning is too good to give up. 

Evan is just as broken as Henry. He is not straight, but he is not gay either. I loved his thoughts on labels. He likes who he likes regardless of their packaging. Only he was really hurt in the past so he is trying to not go there again. He wouldn't be able to take it if he fell for someone again and they walked away. So when Evan first meets Henry he tries to stay away. He wants him, but at the same time doesn't. He is very afraid that Henry is not in this for him, that he has many admirers and he will be forgotten once he has had his fun. So he tries to keep his walls up and not let things get too serious. Only how can he not want more once he gets to know Henry?

These two were a joy to read. I loved watching them fall for each other. They are so similar in a lot of ways, both have the same insecurities, and both can't help how they feel towards the other. It was sweet and heartbreaking and wonderful to read. These two just get wedged into your heart and you can't do anything about it. Henry was so fragile and Evan so wonderful with him. I loved it. This was truly incredible read. 

Now before I wrap this up just a note on the m/m aspect of this book. I know some people might be hesitant as that is not your thing, but you shouldn't be. Yes it is two guys who fall in love, but really it is just the story of two people who fall. Two wonderfully amazing people. I haven't read a lot of non-m/f romance, but that is because most I have found and tried are not very good. They don't have a good story or characters that stick with me. They are just blah, so I was so happy to see an author I already love coming out with a non-m/f romance since then it would hopefully be a good read. Only it was an amazing read! This book had everything I want in a story, everything that makes a story one of my favorites, and it just happens to star two guys. I loved this book so so much. My favorite by the author thus far as these characters just won't let me go. I wish the story had never ended. I want more time with them. Simply amazing. A wonderful read. Definitely don't miss out on this one. 

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Excerpt:

Henry
“How about you and one of your girls come out to my show in L.A. next week? My treat. Dinner, drinks, the whole deal. Evan and I would love to take you two beautiful ladies out for an evening.”
“Excuse me?” he exclaimed, cocking his head to catch my gaze.
I leaned back into my seat and lifted a hand to massage his shoulder. I was barely able to suppress a moan when the angle of his firm trap muscle met my palm.
Fuck, this guy was built like a brick wall. And I was going to love every second of watching him crumble for me.
“Oh, come on, Evan. It’s the least we can do. Double date.” I winked at Jessica. “You can fly them out! My plane should be ready by then.”
Jessica’s eyes jumped to Evan’s. “You’re a pilot?” Her smile spread irritatingly wide.
Back off, Ginger Spice.
Snapping my fingers in her direction, I corrected, “He’s my pilot.”
Subtlety was not a virtue I possessed. Was subtlety a virtue at all?
“Your temporary pilot,” he amended before shaking his head and then tipping his beer to his lips for a long pull.
“Anyway. Do we have a date?” And, by date, I meant feeding her dinner while I attempted to work my way into Evan’s pants.
She pressed one finger to her lips and then nervously flashed her eyes around the cabin.
“Oops. Sorry.” I shrugged sheepishly. Lifting my drink to my mouth, I discreetly passed her my cocktail napkin and then not-so-discreetly brushed my forearm against Evan’s chest as I pulled away.
He offered her a tight smile just before she disappeared.
I grinned proudly.
“What the fucking hell was that?” he whisper-yelled at me.
“That was me getting a woman’s number.”
He arched an eyebrow. “A woman. Really?”
“What? Is that not allowed?” I feigned innocence.
He clenched his fist in his lap, and it made me suddenly aware that my own hands had stopped trembling—and in record time, I should note. Evan seemed to be quite useful in the art of distraction.
He leaned closer. “Don’t bullshit me. I looked you up. You’re…” He stopped, unwilling to say the big, bad “G” word.
“I’m what?” I taunted.
He rolled his eyes and chugged the rest of his beer.
We went back to silence until Jessica came back by with another drink, complete with her phone number written on the napkin.
“I’m not going on a double date,” Evan said as I tucked the napkin into my pocket. “You want me to fly them out? Not a problem. Schedule it with Jackson. But that’s the extent of my professional responsibilities. And, since I’m off the clock right now, I’d also like to mention that I think whatever play you’re planning to run on that woman is fucked up.”
My head snapped to his. “I’m sorry. Play?” I asked with more attitude than I had originally planned.
“Yes. Play,” he sneered.
I stirred my drink. “Let me get this straight. I’m offering to fly her out in a private jet, feed her dinner at one of the best restaurants in the city, and put her front row at a concert that has been sold out for over a year. That doesn’t seem like a play to me. It sounds like I’m trying to do something nice for a woman I was rude to earlier.” I casually leaned back in my seat. “My conscience doesn’t ‘play’ when it comes to apologies.”
“Right. Well, maybe you should have a chat with your conscience, because she looks like she just won the date of a lifetime. Meanwhile, you don’t even like women.” He stalled, no doubt looking for just the right word to express his disgust without sounding like a bigot. Judging by his gentleness when we’d taken off, he wasn’t the type of guy to go for the fag bomb.
I watched him intently, excited to see how he was going to handle this.
“You’re gay.”
I frowned at his lack of creativity. “Not that it’s any of your damn business. But I’ll have you know I love women.”
It wasn’t a lie. I adored women. Especially Levee and Robin.
I just didn’t like pussy. Meh. Semantics.
He gaped. “You’re bi?”
“And I’ll repeat: None of your damn business. But yeah. Do you have a problem with that?”
Again, it wasn’t necessarily a lie.
Was I bisexual? Fuck no. My cock was in no way an equal opportunity employer.
I was somewhat bilingual though. I knew how to ask for a blow job in English and Spanish. I pretended that was what he meant.
Chupame la verga.
About the Author:

aly martinez
Born and raised in Savannah, Georgia, Aly Martinez is a stay-at-home mom to four crazy kids under the age of five, including a set of twins. Currently living in South Carolina, she passes what little free time she has reading anything and everything she can get her hands on, preferably with a glass of wine at her side.
After some encouragement from her friends, Aly decided to add “Author” to her ever-growing list of job titles. Five books later, she shows no signs of slowing. So grab a glass of Chardonnay, or a bottle if you’re hanging out with Aly, and join her aboard the crazy train she calls life.


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