Authors: T.L. Smith
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This book goes to my grandfather, who loved me like no one ever could. Who showed me how I should be loved. Who will always be in my heart no matter what time or day it is. He is a fixture. And not a day goes by that the thought of you leaves me.
He believed I could do anything, that the world was my oyster. And for that, I give you this oyster. And hopefully so many more.
Other Books by T.L. Smith
Sasha's Dilemma (Dilemma #1)
Adam’s Heaven (Dilemma #1.5)
Sasha’s Demons (Dilemma #2)
Krinos (Take Over #1)
Kalon (Take Over #2)
Kratos (Take Over #3)
Pure Punishment (Standalone)
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This book is a standalone.
I wanted what she had, she had what I wanted. With her long blonde hair and her legs that never ended, she had him, but I wanted him.
We can’t always have what we want, and sometimes that’s the way life is meant to be. Sometimes destiny places other people in our path, a path that should not be mixed. But also sometimes, just sometimes, the paths cross, causing an explosive reaction.
Tanner was my crush. A crush that I’ve had since I first laid eyes on him. But now he’s dating my friend… my beautiful, flawless and perfect friend.
Then out of nowhere, Kyrone bursts into my life, taking me over bit by bit. I don’t know how to feel about that. I don’t know what to do. He frustrates me. He annoys me. But most of all, he makes me smile.
They say dreams are a powerful thing, that our imagination is a powerful thing. And that sometimes all you have to do is dream big, or imagine big, to get what you want. To strive for what you want.
I dream big. My grandfather taught me to do so. The world is my oyster and yada yada. I never believed him, though maybe I should have. Maybe, just maybe, I should have dreamed and imagined bigger for myself. Maybe I could have taken a different path if my dreams were bigger if I imagined bigger.
Though sometimes we have no choice to, sometimes life takes us in the direction it thinks we should have been in. The life that is our path.
I don’t believe my life took the right path, some of it was great and some of it was hard.
I always tried to dream a little, maybe that was my downfall. I dreamed, but I didn’t dream big enough.
Shoot for the stars, he would say to me. Dream as big as the ocean, you can do anything you want, anything. Just imagine you can and your possibilities are endless.
So that’s what I am going to do, dream as big as the ocean, imagine like the sky above. No one can stop me.
The way he touches her hair makes me envious. The way he kisses her lips makes me wish they were my lips. The way his hand brushes across her cheek makes me mad.
Why can’t I have him?
I want him so bad.
His short dark hair, his athletic body that I know would sculpt to me so perfectly. If… if… he wasn’t with her! Her, the blonde bombshell of our school. The one that all girls try to be that they envy. With her perfect hair and her perfect teeth. Her perfect face that has never seen a bad day in her life.
Seriously, all women get pimples.
But no not her, not the perfect, ever-loving beautiful, Katrina. She has it all, everything I’ve ever wanted. Well, mainly the heartthrob of our school. Who is now tracing kisses down her neck for all to see. She giggles in response and I can’t take it anymore, I have to leave before I throw something at them.
Just as I get up to leave, Katrina’s hand stops me. I try to plaster a smile as I turn to face her. I do, I really do.
“You aren’t leaving, are you?” she asks, looking up at me with her perfect teeth. I instantly look behind her and stare at Tanner. I don’t mean to, but I like watching his facial expressions. His aqua green eyes shoot to mine and he smiles softly, showcasing his perfectly white teeth.
“Yes, I have class,” I lie. I can’t sit here any longer. She pulls her bottom lip out like she’s sad and I half-smile at her. “I will see you tonight,” I tell her and she stands up and kisses my cheek.
I know what you’re thinking. I’m crushing hard on my friend’s boyfriend. And even if that might be half-true, technically I saw him first. Though, I guess that doesn’t really count for much. Katrina is a friend. She’s not a close friend, but still a friend. She is captain of the cheerleading team, beautiful body with legs that could run for days. Blonde hair that looks like she spends all day in the sun to get that perfect look. Smallish boobs and a one hundred dollar smile that just makes you do whatever she’s asking.