Brutal Obsession by S. Massery EPUB & PDF – eBook Details
- Author: S. Massery
- Genre: Sports Fiction, New Adult & College Romance
- Publish Date: November 30, 2022
- Size: 1 MB
- Format: PDF / EPUB
- Status: Avail for Download
- Price: Free
A widely known fact about me: I don’t like surprises. I’m jumpy. I
make unholy noises. My face gets beet red, and my body gets hot and
tingly, and sometimes I feel like I’ve run out of air. Unfortunately,
that combination is the perfect reaction for people who do like surprises.
Which is why I’ve spent my life being surprised. Birthday parties,
jump-scares, visitors I wasn’t expecting… People love to see the dramatic
reaction, and I seem unable to help but give it to them.
And, naïve me, I keep expecting people will remember I loathe them.
I’ve barely pushed open the apartment door when the lights come on
and a dozen people scream, “WELCOME BACK!”
I scream right along with them. My coffee goes everywhere, and my
feet go out from under me. Only quick hands grasping my arms keeps me
And falling would probably suck a lot under my conditions.
After my heart stops trying to escape from my tight chest, I find my
darling roommate-slash-best friend at the center of the group, grinning
wickedly. Willow knows my feelings on surprises and gleefully continues. I
shake my head at her and laugh. If she had such reactions to surprises, I’d
spring them on her, too.
With a wide smile, I glance around the room. Familiar faces that I’ve
missed in the last six months fill the space. If anyone was here to surprise
me, I’d want it to be them. Willow knows. Sometimes she knows what I
want before I do.
I finally realize that someone is still holding my arms. I look over my
shoulder, already sheepish, and meet Jack’s gaze. It takes me a second to
register that it’s actually him, and my stomach knots.
“You okay, Violet?” His lips twist, him trying not to laugh at me. His
eyes still crinkle, though. And damn, does he look as good as I remember.
I stabilize my feet under me before gently pulling away. “I’m good.
Not good. Not by a long shot. But I’m definitely not going to be spilling
my heart out to my ex-boyfriend. Guess I forgot to mention that to
“I’m surprised you’re here,” I say.
He shifts and rubs the back of his neck. It’s his turn to be sheepish. We
met here, at Crown Point University, our freshman year, and it was lust at
first sight. I was on the dance team, and he was a football player. We would
perform during half-time, and it didn’t take long for us to notice each other.
And why wouldn’t I have noticed him? He’s gorgeous. Wavy dark hair
that he keeps a little longer than most guys, warm honey eyes. A square
jaw, strong nose. He towers over me, too. People always said we looked
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