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Snowbound Games

Snowbound Series: Book 10

Author(s): Veronica Tower

Thea and Nick have only just started dating, but already Thea is figuring out that she really likes to play. And the best games of course, are the kind that lead to more fun—not just in the bedroom, but on the kitchen table, or on the living room floor, or wherever she and Nick happen to be when their clothes start coming off. With another snowstorm about to hit Detroit, they're going to have plenty of time to explore some Snowbound Games.
“It’s beautiful out,” Thea told him. “This is a really good idea!”

“I like the snow,” Nick confided. “I know it makes life difficult now that we’re all adults. But I loved it as a kid and I like watching the kids run around and sled in it. I-”

He broke off, making Thea wonder what he’d been going to say.

“You what?” she ask.

“Oh, nothing,” he said.

A car rolled past them driving a little too fast for Thea’s tastes. Certainly the street wasn’t bad enough yet to argue that no car should be on the road, but that didn’t mean it was safe to go speeding up the street.
“I’m serious,” she told him laying her head briefly against his shoulder as they walked. The snow falling all around them made the day seem far more peaceful than it had up in Nick’s apartment when she was fighting with her sister. “I’d like to know what you were thinking.”

“I was going to say,” Nick told her, “that I also love the thought of playing in the snow with my own kids one day.”

Thea lifted her head off Nick’s shoulder to look at him. “And you were afraid that if you mentioned having kids that I would freak out and run screaming into the storm?”

Nick smiled.

“For the record,” Thea told him, “it is usually the guy who runs off screaming when kids come into the conversation.”

“I didn’t think you’d run off screaming,” Nick defended himself. “But I did wonder if perhaps it was a little bit early to bring up the idea—no matter how weakly—that we might have kids one day.”

“Oh,” Thea teased. “So now these children you enjoy imagining are our kids, are they?”

‘Who else’s would they be?” Nick asked.

Thea stopped walking grabbed him by the front of jacket and pulled him forward for a big kiss.

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ISBN (Electronic): 978-1-4543-0170-7
Genre: Fiction
Date Published: 03/08/2012
Publisher: Red Rose Publishing

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