They stared down at me, soft and full of some unnamed emotion. I looked away. He draped me across it and then covered me with a blanket, brushing the hair from my eyes. No answer. It hurt, but seeing him return the effort with his own grin was so worth it.
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Sleep if you want. My gaze fell on him and I swallowed hard, slowly shifting to sit up in the recliner. He was shirtless and soaked with sweat, lounging at the tiny kitchen table, tinkering with some kind of fishing pole and a tool box. I kept the soup warm on the stove. Every muscle on his smooth, tanned abdomen rippled as he leaned over to hand the bowl to me, his scarred, calloused hands nearly swallowing the small blue dish. He sat next to me and eyed the bowl, draping an arm over the back of the sofa. He gulped at his beer.
I inched forward and leaned into the crook of his arm, bringing my hand to his chest. His sweat chilled my skin and sent a shudder through me. My lips found his throat and then the curve of his neck. The muscles there jumped against my lips, and his free hand found mine on his chest, where his heart was pounding wildly. I stopped rubbing and slipped over his knees to straddle him, my fingers finding his thick hair as I bent down to capture his mouth with mine.
He deftly unhooked each one, intensifying his kiss and plunging his tongue into the back of my throat, stealing every ounce of space until I felt nothing but his warm, wet need. He reached the last button and slid the top of the dress down, pulling back to gaze at me. He hovered over me, and my gaze danced across his neck, down to his stomach and chiseled waistline. Every part of him took control—his hands, his arms, and his voice. He started massaging it, rubbing in small circles. Just relax. I squirmed beneath him, lifting and tilting my hips, then reached for his jeans button.
I moaned and stretched out, arching my back off the couch, my fingers finding something beneath the pillow above my head. An underwire. Soft cups. I pulled it from beneath the pillow and my eyes rolled upward, landing on a red, lacy bra. I should get home. We can just hang out. But I still moved toward the front door.
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And right now, he was my safe haven. A bubble I could enter whenever I felt the need, and could exit without ever being detected by the outside world.
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A place I could rest my head and exchange thoughts without saying a word. Because Jackson knew. Only he knew what I needed and why I needed it. No use ruining a good thing. Posted in book tour , books , free , Giveaway , promo , reading 1 Comment.
Posted in product review , Sponsored Leave a comment Tags: fashion , intimates , subscription , subscription box , wantable. Gusts of wind blew against the oak tree right outside my kitchen balcony, in my tiny apartment in Atherton, California. Sometimes the branches that touched the side of the building made scraping noises.
The yellow huckleberry flowers twining their way across my apartment balcony infused the air with sweetness.
My mother had insisted, as was her tendency on most things, I take the pot of wild huckleberry, her housewarming gift, to my new two-bedroom apartment. I heard it first, that high-pitched screech of brakes wearing thin when the driver rammed his foot against it. From the corner of my eye, even before I turned to face it, I saw the blue truck. It rounded the bend where Emerson Street met Ravenswood, tottered before it righted itself and headed straight at me.
I took three steps back, fell and scrambled to get back up as the vehicle like a giant bullet struck the sidewalk I had only seconds ago stood on. The driver must have lost control, but when he hit the sidewalk it slowed the vehicle enough so he could bridle his speed and manage the truck as he continued to careen down the street. My mother arrived a half minute later but she had seen it all.
Like superwoman, she leaped out of her twenty-year-old Mercedes and rushed toward me, all breathless and blonde hair disheveled. Make that several shades of green. I followed her, admittedly winded. Mad drivers could happen anywhere I live. Not that I came from a bad home environment. But I had my reasons. If she was, what would that make me?
Their ancestors had emigrated from Scotland where else, with a name like McIntyre, right? It was a one-hit wonder in that the mountain hid a coal fortune under it, and hence the McIntyre Coal Rights Company was born. This was the McIntyre claim to wealth, and also a source of remorse and guilt for Sarah, for supposedly dozens of miners working for them had lost their lives due to the business, most to lung cancer or black lung, as it was commonly called. Hazards of the occupation. Emma Right is a happy wife and homeschool mother of five living in the Pacific West Coast.
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Please email me at celjla at aol dot com so we can talk about reviewing or promoting your product! This book was awesome!! A great book with a couple of flaws. Didn't love it, didn't hate it. Pretty much a waste of my time. Didn't finish! Recently Read. Starting school for the first time, starting a new school after a move or educational advancement, or just starting a new grade can be nerve-racking, scary, and exciting.
One of the best ways to help your child feel comfortable with this new transition is to read about it. They'll sympathize with how these characters feel and learn through their experiences that starting up school isn't as scary as it sounds, it's actually very fun and full of wonderful opportunities.
This is a fantastic read. It's one of those books that changes you. I like that Palacio gives us the story through Auggie- Auggie And Via at certain points tells us the story from his year-old perspective.
Auggie's story is unique, but at the same time it's a story that we can all relate to. Auggie struggles with physical challenges that most of us don't, but I don't think the book is supposed to be about the physical challenges. It's really about the emotional battles he faces that we all encounter. What's more, it's a book that reminds us that others are going through silent challenges too.
Wonder is a story that forces us to reconsider how we are treating those that are in our lives. Auggie is physically deformed because of birth and development complications, but he is a strong individual that speaks to us about the unfairness, bullying, betrayal, happiness, and love that we all go through.
Born with a facial deformity that initially prevented his attendance at public school, Auggie Pullman enters the fifth grade at Beecher Prep and struggles with the dynamics of being both new and different, in a sparsely written tale about acceptance and self-esteem. The idea of having a twin and swapping places has always seemed intriguing, but Lost and Found does a great job demonstrating what such an experience might actually be like as these twins start a new school after moving, along with teaching the valuable lessons of being honest and loving the family you have!
Twelve-year-old identical twins Jay and Ray have long resented that everyone treats them as one person, and so they hatch a plot to take advantage of a clerical error at their new school and pretend they are just one. Meet Isadora Moon! She's half-fairy, half-vampire and totally unique!
Isadora Moon loves sunshine — and nighttime. She loves her magic wand — and her black tutu. She loves spooky bats — and Pink Rabbit. Junie B. Junie, an outspoken, sometimes exasperating, first grader is thrilled when she is told she can help out Mrs. Gutzman in the school cafeteria and imagines what it will be like to be a professional lunch lady. Howard Jeeter has moved across the country and his only friend is an annoying six-year-old girl. Having to move a lot because of her father's job, Kenzie is happy when an extended assignment allows her to enroll in a Las Vegas middle school, where she takes risks by revealing her crush, auditioning for a play, and running for student council.
Enjoy a sprinkle of happy with this fun, sweet new series from the author of Cupcake Diaries! Meet the Sunday Sundae Sisters! Allie, Sierra, and Tamiko have been best friends since kindergarten. She can still see her friends but she no longer goes to the same middle school. His first book Too Safe for Strangers is based on this program. Review Bobby and Mandee are back, and this time they are tackling the issue of bullying. Mandee is being bullied by this guy in their neighborhood. Through Bobby helping his sister, your child can learn what bullying is, understand a little about why kids and adults bully, and what all can be done about it.
Bullying can be a serious problem, as thousands of young people each year take their own life as a result. If your child is facing bullies at their school, on their bus, or anywhere they spend time, you may find this book helpful. At the end of the book you can find checklists, a coloring page, a safety test, and tips for parents. So check out Too Smart for Bullies, or buy it for a gift for the parents of small children in your life. He started a Stranger Danger program in local schools and community service organizations. Local law enforcement credits this program in foiling over 40 attempted abductions by strangers.
All of his books are told in the voice of his own children, Bobby and Mandee! Using simple language, the books introduce the concepts and then provide tips on how to deal with them. The main age when something happens to a child is second grade through young adult. As kids start doing more things alone, it is imperative that they know how to help themselves to stay safe. It features the characters of Bobby and Mandee. They help the parent through the story tell their child about strangers.
What a stranger is? The difference in good and bad strangers, and what to do and not do with strangers. The author, Deputy Sherriff Robert Kahn manages to deliver all the information, and along with the illustrations by Sue Lynn Cotton, provides a story that I think could be very helpful. So check out Too Safe for Strangers, or buy it for a gift for the parents of small children in your life. To enter, follow these simple rules:. No PO Box addresses street mailing only.
Chloe Miller — Jacob Miller — Six or seven year old boy. Emily Miller — The eldest of the Miller Siblings. Three young children, bored, and tired of living at home set out for the imaginary land of Galumphagos Island. I found this to be a very cute little story. At just 84 pages it can be read in one or two nights. The more timid kids though may find themselves having nightmares of the Galumphers.