I opened the window and looked down. He was gone. I hurried to the powder blue baby vomit of a spacesuit, unzipped it, and threw it on the bed. I pulled off my top and slid off my pajama bottoms. As ugly as that thing looked lying there, I hoped it would cling and hang in all the right places. If I was going to be looking like I belonged in a seventies space movie, I wanted to make sure I was the sexiest seventies space babe around.
I grabbed the suit and slid one leg in, then the next. It actually felt silky-smooth against my skin. I pulled it up over my hips—it was really comfortable—pushed one arm through, then the next; I grabbed the zipper and pulled it up to my navel. The suit was actually really cute. I pulled the zipper up to just cover my bra. Hello, cleavage! I turned and spun to see how I looked from all angles. I pushed my arms against my body making my breasts to look bigger than they really were.
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I bent down, grabbed the white fluffy headband out of the pile of stuff Cindy had given me, and flipped my hair back, pulling it onto my head. I spun around quickly. Max was crouched on the windowsill, holding onto the glass for balance.
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I got down to my car and realized my keys were still here. I thought you would have left already. His nose wrinkled and he winced as he landed. I grabbed the zipper on the snowsuit and pulled it up to the bottom of my chin. His hands pushed up and down through the air pointing at the moon suit I had on.
I had to feel good about that. I guess it clung and hung exactly where it should. My body temperature rose I was getting real hot. He nudged super-close. His eyes fixed, his aroma swarmed my body as his hand slid around to the small of my back and his other caught the handle of the zipper.
I lost my breath. Wilson Mooney is all alone at a boarding school except for her best friend. She has deeply rooted needs for a family and love. On a weekend away, she falls in love.
Her choice in a man, may be questionable to many. To me this book is a start, I feel like there is going to be so much to learn about Wilson Mooney. Perhaps, Wilson Mooney has so much to learn about herself. One thing that I look for in a book that I enjoy, is do I get that tingly feeling? There are some sweet, some sensual moments where Gretchen de la O delivers the chills. By the time this book is finished I am looking forward to continuing on with her story. Eager to take their relationship to the next level, Wilson returns to Aspen with Max to celebrate her eighteenth birthday. When an uncontrollable situation leads to a split-second decision, both will be tested like never before.
Could it be…uncovering the deep ache that lays dormant in their hearts will become the real threat to their forbidden love?
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Or will the pressures of keeping their relationship a secret be too much to bear? Excerpt from Wilson Mooney Eighteen at Last. A massive, thick bubble sat wedged against my vocal chords, but I held back my need to cry. Max tightened his arms around me, the card pinned to my heart just beneath my hands. He pushed his face against my shoulder before turning to press his lips to the space between my collar and the bend of my neck. He took a deep breath before his hands pushed harder against my back.
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Worn from the emotional rollercoaster of the day, I pushed him slightly toward the bed. But he adjusted his hands and held me tighter. I rocked back and forth, swaying my hips in a hypnotic rhythm. Then I felt Max take the lead and continue the motion until he loosened his grip to a relaxed pressure across my back. I let him take me wherever he needed to be healed.
Turning to face me, his gaze rose to meet mine.
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His red and wet, eyes searched for some type of answer to help him heal faster. I wished I had it—wanted to have it for him. With his hands pressed warmly on my cheeks he kissed me. His lips, salty from his tears, tasted painful, achy, and remorseful. I cautiously kissed him back. Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Explore Now. Buy As Gift. Overview Chained by unfortunate timing and restricted by society's expectations, every choice Wilson and Max make becomes pivotal to their future together. Eager to take their relationship to the next level, Wilson returns to Aspen with Max to celebrate her eighteenth birthday.
When an uncontrollable situation leads to a split-second decision, both will be tested like never before. Butterflies will soar, hearts will clash, and Wilson's relationship with Max will spin into a silken cocoon with choices that seem too impossible to overcome. Could it be Or will the pressures of keeping their relationship a secret be too much to bear?
Product Details About the Author. About the Author Gretchen de la O resides in beautiful Northern California with her amazing husband, 3 incredible boys, her creative mother, 1 attention craving black lab, 1 self-indulging cat, and 8 happy the family is vegetarian chickens. Average Review.
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Almost Eighteen (Wilson Mooney Book 1)
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