By Delinda Jasper

Ellie loves her place of birth, activity, and ally Jake. yet Jake is a women guy that might by no means cool down. Ellie cannot stand to determine him with different girls anymore, so she is packing up and leaving Cedar Grove and every little thing she likes to begin over. an evening of unforeseen ardour makes her begin to imagine perhaps issues can determine among them, until eventually she occurs upon a mystery Jake has been maintaining for greater than a yr. Will their friendship be without end torn aside? Or will Ellie discover a cause to Stay?
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One arm was under her head, the other thrown possessively over her waist, its hand cupping one of her breasts. His warmth was so inviting and delicious she couldn’t help cuddling closer. Emotions warred within her. What had happened? Oh, she knew what had happened, her body still held evidence of it. But the why, and what it meant, was lost on her. Confusion dizzied her. The only thing about what had happened that didn’t confuse her was her own part in it. She knew very clearly why she was here—she wanted to be.

There would be enough pain tomorrow when she said goodbye to Jake, and plenty of pain and loneliness in the coming weeks. She wouldn’t let it ruin tonight for her. But tonight was over. The last movie had ended and now she would have to leave her warm and comfy spot nestled against Jake and go lay down in that big, lonely guest bed. She knew, from many movie nights spent there, she’d be able to hear Jake’s soft snoring through the wall. The sound would be comforting to her as she drifted off to sleep.

Taking a deep breath, his strong masculine scent filling her nose and playing havoc with her senses, Ellie wondered what he would think of her if he knew just how wrong he was. She wondered what he would do if he knew she was crying because of him. No, she couldn’t say she was crying because of him. Though it would make her feel better and make all of this easier, she couldn’t put the blame on him. He’d done nothing wrong. That was the whole problem. It wasn’t his fault she’d been stupid enough to fall in love with him.

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