03 - While It bestthing.info - dokument [*.pdf] While It Lasts A novel by Abbi Glines a.k.a. Bibliophile Published by Abbi Glines County Road 13 Fairhope. Cage brings his playboy prowess to the countryside as the Sea Breeze hookups continue, from self-published phenomenon Abbi Glines. Low broke Cages heart . Two bestthing.info completely different bestthing.info one standing before bestthing.info one holding a different bestthing.info life you're just supposed to choose one path.
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Abbi Glines - Breathe (Book 1).epub. KB. Abbi Glines - Because of Low ( Book 2).epub. KB. Abbi Glines - While It Lasts (Book 3).epub. While It Lasts book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Maybe driving home after a few (or more) shots of tequila had bee. Read While It Lasts read free novels online from your Mobile, Pc. While It Lasts is a Romance novel by Abbi Glines.
But waittheres that hostile daughter of the farm boss. Shes pretty and occasionally sweet, and there seems to be a lot of sadness and mystery behind her anger. Cage is dying to strip her downphysically and mentallyin the back of the barn.
But is he prepared for what will happen afterward? Fiction Romance Publication Details Publisher: Simon Pulse Publication Date: A devoted booklover, Abbi lives with her family in Alabama.
She maintains a Twitter add We want your feedback! Dad had grudgingly accepted my choice to be with Cage, but that was it.
He was sure that Cage was going to break my heart. I needed to go talk to him without Cage. He had made this scholarship happen. That was my problem. I pressed a kiss to his shoulder before easing out of his arms. I needed to go call my dad and see if he wanted to have lunch with me tomorrow. He wanted me in college. I closed the bedroom door quietly behind me and headed outside before calling my dad. I was nervous as I stood under the raised apartments we lived in that sat directly on the beach.
I tried to focus on the waves and the beauty of the gulf in front of me. I had called him two days ago and talked to him. He just liked to fuss about it. How are things? I felt disconnected to life on the farm now that I lived in Sea Breeze with Cage. I worried about Daddy without Jeremy or I there to watch him. I hated thinking of him all alone. Big Boy finally died.
Had to deal with that yesterday. Time to sell this lot. A very old bull. It had been a bull that Josh and I had chosen years ago when we used to go with daddy to the auction. After Josh was killed, the bull was even more important.
I felt a twinge of regret at not being there when Big Boy passed away. The subject of death was still one I struggled with. The fear of losing someone else I loved haunted me. That boy still treating you right?
I wanted him to love Cage as much as I did. I was still undecided on my major. But then everything had changed when Josh had died. He came by to visit last week when he was home and asked about a job for the summer. He needed help, and knowing Jeremy would be there with him made it so much easier. I understood what he was saying. I just ignored it.
I would never be in love with Jeremy the way I had loved his twin brother, Josh. Josh Beasley had been my world. Jeremy was just a good friend. I smiled, and my heart squeezed. I loved my daddy. I missed him so much at times, even though he was just about an hour drive away.
I would need to address this with Dad soon. Jeremy will be here on Thursday. Wants to go with me to the cattle auction Friday. Having Jeremy with me would be helpful. He would be on my side of this. I slipped my phone back into my pocket and stood there watching the waves. This would be okay. Jeremy would help me convince Daddy that this is what I needed to do.
I wanted to be with him. That outweighed my missing Daddy. I trusted her, but her first loyalty was to Cage. I knew that. Preston and Amanda are coming too. Marcus and Preston went deep-sea fishing this weekend and brought back a lot of fish. Preston was the reason Cage had been brought into this circle of friends. We would love to. What can I bring? Could you make some of those and that chocolate pie you made a few months ago when we came over?
I know Cage can be difficult at times, but he has a good heart and he loves you. None of this anxiety she was feeling from me was about Cage. He was perfect. I was just on the phone with my dad. I need to talk to him about college tuition next year. That kind of thing. I just. Since you walked into his life, he has transformed. He can make stupid decisions sometimes, but he means well. She was all he had, really. She may not be older than Cage, but she defended him like an older sister would.
It endeared her to me even more. Low grinned. Marcus seemed nervous. I was fighting the urge to go grab Eva from the kitchen and drag her into another room to find out what was wrong. I wanted to know what. I had to fix this shit. I jerked my gaze away from the kitchen door and looked back at Preston. He used to be the playboy who was known to sleep with more than one girl a night. But then, that had been why we bonded.
Their pitcher is insane good. Preston was stressing over losing for the first time this season to them.
I had bigger issues. I had to talk to Eva. This was going to drive me nuts. I heard Marcus say something, but I ignored them both and headed for the kitchen. As I pushed the door open, my eyes scanned the room until I found Eva standing at the sink, washing her hands, while Amanda bubbled on happily about something she was telling them.
Her mind was somewhere else. Eva dried her hands on the towel beside the sink and glanced back at Low and Amanda. I held out my hand until she slipped hers into mine, and I led her out the back door of the kitchen. Preston asked too many damn questions. I turned to look at her. Eva started to say something then stopped. She closed her eyes tightly and let out a frustrated sigh. I was right something was wrong with her. I moved closer to her, ready to protect her from whatever it was that was bothering her.
I hated not knowing when she needed something. She opened her eyes and gazed up at me sadly. But you read me too well or I suck at keeping my feelings to myself. I know I can just go without his blessing and I will.
I need him to pay for it. I can sell the apartment and use that money for your tuition. You have to go. This is your future. It is your dream. I also refuse to let you sell your inheritance to pay for my college tuition. That apartment is your security. My dream is a life with you, Eva. This scholarship just secures that future. Nothing more. I promise you that. Now, stop worrying. I needed her to let this worry go. It was moments like this that I was left in awe that this woman loved me this much.
I never imagined someone like her in my life. She fixed it all.
I lowered my mouth to hers and nibbled on her soft bottom lip before sliding my tongue into her mouth to taste her. My world was always centered when I was holding her in my arms. Eva pulled back as soon as my hands slipped under her shirt. The grin on her face was a real one. Damn, now I wanted to leave. I think Low wants to tell us something. I remembered that now. EVA I was having a hard time eating. Cage kept slipping his hand between my thighs, and I was beginning to think this that skirt was a bad idea.
Every time I pushed his hand away, he would flash me this wicked grin that was so ridiculously sexy, it was a miracle I could tell him no. Damn him. A lone finger trailed up my leg and slipped under my skirt.
He was really a bad boy. I was going to end up letting him have me in the bathroom before this dinner was over. Preston, shut up, and Cage, calm down.
That look of adoration gave away what she was going to say before she could say it. I knew what this was about now. Preston let out a whoop.
I watched as Marcus smiled down at his sister, chuckling at her tears of happiness. When he had found out that she was dating his best friend, he had been furious. They all got along now. It helped that Preston worshiped the ground she walked on.
Marcus liked that. Low looked over at Cage for the first time. I wondered how he would take this. I knew he loved me, but he loved her too. Just as much but differently. He squeezed my hand then let it go before he stood up and walked around the table to pull Low into his arms and hug her. I saw him whisper something in her ear, and she laughed.
It was hard to grasp. That was something I could understand. I felt the same about Jeremy. Although my heart had always belonged to Josh, I had loved Jeremy as if he were my family. When Josh died, I had grieved with Jeremy. We had that bond. So Willow and Cage made complete sense.
The neglect from their families as they grew up was easier because they had each other.
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Losing Josh had broken me, but it had broken Jeremy, too. Josh had been his twin brother. His other half. My heart was full. Cage had such wonderful friends. Every one of them had accepted me as part of their group with open arms. Watching them be so happy for Low and Marcus made my heart swell. I stood up and walked over to congratulate Marcus, then I turned to Low as Cage let her go. This was why she was worried about us. He needed me. I snuggled against him as Preston slapped Marcus on the back and called him Papa.
Amanda was already asking Low about names for the baby, and I enjoyed watching it all. This was happiness. Being a part of it was an amazing experience. He looked down at me.
But we got lucky. Low found Marcus, and I found you. Marcus and Low had overcome something so much more difficult than money and location, and look at them now. So many memories danced through my head. He had been my world even after his death—until Cage York came walking into my life with a swagger and a naughty mouth.
Smiling, I picked up my glass of sweet tea and took a sip. I was waiting on Daddy to get back from his trip to the stockyard. We had been going to have lunch together today, but his new farmhand had called in sick this morning. I had been almost here when Daddy had called to cancel, so I decided to come and just enjoy the peace and quiet for a while.
I wanted to stay and see Daddy today. It had been hard leaving him at first. When my mother passed away, I had still been so young. Through the grief and pain, Daddy and I had grown stronger together. Leaving him had made me feel guilty, but it had been time. I set my glass on the wooden ledge of the porch railing and ran down the steps. Jeremy opened his arms for me to throw myself into.
He had been just as much a part of my life growing up as Josh had. The three of us had been inseparable. When Josh had died, Jeremy and I had clung together. In a way, Cage had saved both of us. Seeing his face was always bittersweet. He looked so much like Josh.
Time to enjoy my summer break. His help called in sick this morning. I have some chicken salad in the fridge, corn on the cob and black-eyed peas, and biscuits on the stove, keeping them warm. More than enough for just me and Daddy.
I knew him too well. Because I knew him so well, I decided to let it go for now. He was protecting something and I was going to let him. This was nice. When they were together, it was awkward. I fixed both of us a plate and sat down at the table across from Jeremy. It felt good to still have moments like this.
You madly in love yet? Which meant we needed to talk about it. I had watched their dynamic for years. I knew Jeremy as well as I had known Josh. He let out a sigh and shook his head. Jeremy leaned back in his seat and leveled me with his eyes. I thought it was what I wanted. You know, away from this small town. But I miss it. A helluva lot. I miss waking up early and going outside before the dew has dried.
I miss the smell of the land and working with the sun on my back while I accomplish something. I missed the land too. Maybe not as much as he did, but it was a part of both of us.
If this is the life you want, come home. For the first time in my life, she acts as proud of me as she was of Josh. She adored him. He was the one who everyone loved. I loved him too. Your momma thinks you walk on water.
She adores you just as much as she adored Josh. How could she not? After everything, you were the reason everyone—me, your momma, your daddy, everyone—grieved for Josh, and you stood there in the gap. When you should have ben grieving and falling apart, you kept us all together. You, Jeremy.
If you decide you want to come home and live here and have this life, your momma will be thrilled. She wants you close, Jer.
But more than anything, she wants you to be happy. She wants you to have a chance at life. I needed you to set me straight. He got a full-ride scholarship to Hill State in Tennessee for baseball.
Last time I was around, he was pretty damn attached to you. I wanted to believe the best, but the truth was, there was a chance Daddy could say no. What if he said no? I managed to shrug indifferently. I know that. It was getting late. Damn, I finally get you alone for more than ten fucking minutes, and all you do is sit around sulking and checking your phone.
I love Manda like mad crazy, but even we have to take breaks from each other. You need to learn to breathe without her under your arm all the time.
Eva knew where I was and was coming straight here. He tucked some of his long blond hair behind his ear, and I swear two girls walked up to the table because of it. The dude and his hair were a damn chick magnet.
Annoying as hell, since most of them came in pairs and one was always looking at me. Not interested. Never will be. My eyes were locked on the door, waiting for Eva to walk inside. I need a fucking distraction. The dude was rough. Even with two of them. Where the fuck was Eva? Her long dark hair was loose and windblown, curling around her shoulders. The shorts she was wearing had once been a pair of her favorite jeans. It had my number on it. Dewayne let out a low whistle. If Dewayne was looking, so was every other male in the damn bar.
I jumped up and went to get what was mine. Stupid shit knew what it felt like to have your girl looked at. He dealt with that about as well as I did. He was just an ass when he wanted to be. I needed her first. Pulling her against me, I licked her bottom lip before I slid my tongue hungrily into her mouth. Giggling, Eva pulled back before I completely forgot where we were, and smiled up at me.
I had thought of little else while she was gone.
I could take a deep breath. Eva, however, fluttered her eyelashes at me, which meant she wanted to do something else and was being adorable so she could get her way. I was in trouble. We might end up fucking in the damn Mustang.
I let her pull me into the middle of the moving bodies and I watched as she ran her hands down my chest, stopping to flick both my pierced nipples before she started moving in ways I only wanted her moving in the privacy of our apartment.
Reaching down, I jerked her up, and she threw her head back and cackled with laughter. My naughty little girl wanted to play. I slipped a leg between hers, pressing between those tiny bottoms she was wearing, then grabbed her tight little ass, pulling it up against me before rocking my hips to the music.
The fire in her eyes was instant. Eva placed her hands flat against my chest and closed her eyes. I grabbed her hand and pulled her off the dance floor and straight for the door. When we stepped into the warm evening breeze, my pulse kicked up higher. I was taking her in the mustang. I slide the seat back as far as it would go then laid it back and sat down, pulling her onto my lap before closing the door.
She straddled me, pulling her knees up to each side of my legs, and pressed her heat against me.
Even through the jeans I could feel how ready she was already. I slid my hands under her shirt and undid her bra, leaving her shirt on in case anyone walked back there. Those were mine. Only mine. I took small bites of her neck and shoulders. Eva always tasted so good. Every part. But right now, I need inside you. Get these shorts off. I watched her as she unsnapped her shorts and began to wiggle out of them and her panties while she sat in my lap.
I reached down and pulled them the rest of the way off. I opened her legs and ran my hands down the inside of her thighs. Her skin was so soft, it always fascinated me. She was more than ready for me. My zipper was cutting into my damn dick. I had to get some relief.
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I wrapped an arm around her waist and lifted her while I undid my jeans and jerked them down with my other hand until I was free of my confinement. I directed it to the wet heat that I knew was going to send me to heaven with one thrust.
We both cried out in pleasure as her body adjusted to fit me. Slipping my hand between her legs, I flicked her clit, causing a surprised cry from her.
Especially if you talk dirty. I could see the twinkle in them. She was excited. She lifted her ass again and I squeezed her clit just as she fell back down on me. Her loud cry of pleasure made me smile. Fuck, you feel good. So good inside me. I wanna feel you shoot inside me. I was so close. I ran my thumb over her clit a few more times and her body began to tremble. Reaching for her waist, I picked her up and began controlling the rhythm. When her orgasm began, the tight squeezing milked mine out of me as I followed her into release.
Wrapping my arms around her waist, I held her against me as her body jerked with each wave that came over her. She slowly began to relax against me.
I was still buried inside her. I liked feeling her warmth. She was my home. Cage finished his last season with the Hurricanes and I passed all my finals. We were going to be going to Tennessee in two days to look at apartments and Cage had to meet with the team and coach.
He would start working out with them and practicing with them over the next month. Although it would be a long time before next season he would be worked hard to get into shape to play college ball on that level.
I was prepared for it and I was happy for him. Sadie White was an ordinary girl with a sheltered life. She spent her life going unnoticed and taking care of her mother. She had to work in order for the two of them to be able to pay the bills and eat. When her mother felt she could no longer work, Sadie took her job as a servant for a well-known teen rock star! He stole my breath away the moment we first spoke.
He's my air. I would imagine in your world, girls are much different than here in the real world. Im sure if you spent some time with the everyday girl, you would find I am not unique. Jax was the most famous teen rock star in the world and for the summer, all he wanted was to escape the limelight and retreat to his private home in Sea Breeze, AL. No distractions, no paparazzi, no girlsseclusion and relaxation with his family!
That was all he wanted, until he saw Sadie for the first time. You're everything I write about in songs, but can never have. I'll never let anything hurt you again. For the first time in my life, my dreams aren't about me. They're about you. They know that it is only for the summer and couldnt possibly last past that. I was swept up in their story!Swallowing the sob in my throat I took several deep breaths.
Those were the only nipples I was interested in licking. Which meant we needed to talk about it. This was why she was worried about us. My fears were pointless.