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All Meg has ever wanted is to get away. Away from high school. Away from her backwater town. Away from her parents who seem determined to keep her imprisoned in their dead-end lives. But one crazy evening involving a dare and forbidden railroad tracks, she goes way too far John made a choice to stay.
To enforce the rules. To serve and protect. He has nothing but contempt for what he sees as childish rebellion, and he wants to teach Meg a lesson she won't soon forget. But Meg pushes him to the limit by questioning everything he learned at the police academy.
And when he pushes back, demanding to know why she won't be tied down, they will drive each other to the edge -- and over Reviews 0 Specifications Please sign in to review this product. File Size: Enabled and unlimited. All rights reserved. Going Too Far. By Jennifer Echols. MTV Books Publication date: March Brynna Gabrielson. The Kissing Deadline. Emily Evans. The Boarding School Experiment. It's Not Summer Without You. Summer Boys 4: Last Summer. Tied Up In You.
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Love Between Enemies. But David was not normal. Devoted he was not.
Patient he was not, either. In fact, arranging a romantic tryst with him had been a bit like herding cats, and at several points she had been ready to give up on him entirely and attempt an affair with the son of the greengrocer, and had told David as much.
That he seemed hardly moved by the threat only made her want him more.
The War Between the States had begun when they both were but four years old, and though it had not ravaged Louisville, it had been a preoccupation of the community, with threats of evacuation and concerns about beloved menfolk gone.
Rebecca missed her parents terribly, but she did not remember much of this period, save the sea of white tents at the Union Army training grounds on the outskirts of the city. Rebecca had found solace in sun-filled romps through the pastures playing at army and other inappropriately tomboyish pursuits with David, the son of the stable master—a friendship that would have been harshly discouraged if anybody had been paying attention. But nobody had. And looking over her shoulder and past the troublesome white frills on her gown, she saw that nobody watched her even now as she stole away from the grand mansion with candlelight spilling from its arched windows, across the patio, into the cool night.
When he spied her, he ducked behind the hedgerow, where they could not be seen by anyone stepping out on the patio for air. She rounded the hedgerow and peered about the yard on the other side. Satisfied that they would not be discovered here, either, she gazed way up at him. He smiled down at her, his eyes tracing the plunging neckline of her gown. So enraptured was she with studying his face after days caught up in the whirlwind of balls and races, and so distractingly did her heart beat against her breastbone, that some moments passed before she remembered to greet him.
Indeed, his words always had been proper —in public at least. It was the attitude behind his voice that told her he did not consider himself her inferior.
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And that is what drew her to him, over and over. What he said next was not proper at all. Never would they get away with such a thing. Rebecca did not laugh. David watched her expectantly, no humor in his steady blue gaze.
She looked up into his eyes in surprise, wondering what he meant. But she was not prepared to admit this, much less to follow through.
He pulled. And in that instant, heat burst from her heart and flooded her bosom, splashing a blush across her cheeks and rushing in a tingling trail to her fingertips and her toes. There was nothing for it but to trip after him.
Rebecca was unsure whether this was a laugh or a sigh, because her presence tended to elicit both reactions from David. Then he placed his fingers on her bottom lip—pointer finger on one side, thumb on the other—and gently squeezed as if plumping her lip to ready it.
Since those long-ago summer days of play, she had considered David her dear friend. He was important enough to her that she had hidden their friendship carefully from her grandmother.
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But now they were both eighteen. Over the recent months, the very secrecy of their relationship had turned dark in her mind, and needful.
David was a man now, she a woman pursued by others, driven toward this kiss. She opened her mouth for everything she had dreamed of and expected.
They first grasped her waist, then smoothed up her back and wandered to her front. When one thumb traced her neckline, dangerously close to her bosom, she broke the kiss with a gasp. But none of them were reading it.