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Author(s): Cydnae L. Sharp

Mylek Phillips works hard at the County Clinic. Her life is quiet, and typical. Living near a Correctional Facility, Mylek is calloused from hearing escapee reports. One night, she hears a prowler. Startled and half out of her mind, Mylek prepares to defend herself. Unfortunately, she discovers that not only is her intruder an escapee, he’s also her high school crush. Though Dakota was a jock, he constantly shunned Mylek and treated her like dirt. Now, the tables have turned in her favor. Will vengeance be fulfilling and sweet?  





Remaining silent, I gave him the last of my leftovers. Shaking my sugary butt as I moved past, I made sure I captured his attention

Dakota’s light brown eyes met mine. His eyes followed the contours of my breast, jutting beneath my torn shirt.

Under his stare, my desire grew stronger. Now, I had to have him.

While he gulped down his last serving, Dakota kept his eyes on me. His eyes glistened; I wondered what he was thinking. From the smirk on his face, his mind was racing a mile a minute. After all, he was a fugitive, and on the run.

Harboring a fugitive could mean trouble.  No one asked him to put me in this mix. I’m the victim here. But because I knew him, I was more at ease and seemed to be helping him. 

It was just a window. He had no idea it was mine.  Dakota could have roughed me up, but I guess because he knew me, he was calmer.

Because, he was finished, I removed the paper plate and glass. I started to wash the glass and he grabbed my arm. “I need to take a shower.” His hand felt warm on my skin, it prickled all over.

 I shivered. “It’s right there to the left.”

“You’re coming with me,” he informed.

“What?” Internally I did the happy dance. I turned the water off. My cherry blossom screamed from between my thighs. Girl we gonna get some. Hurry up, get in the bathroom. I told my body to be quiet.

Dakota turned. “Did you say something?”

“Nope, follow me,” I said, proudly leading the way. I rocked my hips so hard, I felt I’d slipped a disk.

We entered my tightly cramped bathroom. We shifted around a few times to fit comfortably. Our bodies grazed each other. Secretly, I loved it. After turning on the water, we shifted again. “What do you want me to do?” I was more than willing to help him wash his fine ass.

“Sit on the toilet.”

We shifted again, and I sat down. Waiting for him to remove his clothing, my heart beat a rhythm. Every tick of the clock was slow as molasses.


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ISBN (Electronic): 978-1-4543-0100-4
Genre: Fiction
Date Published: 10/13/2011
Publisher: Red Rose Publishing

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