Love Me (WITSEC Book 3) by Ashley N. Rostek EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Authors: Ashley N. Rostek
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- Language: English
- Genre: New Adult & College Romance
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TIME SLOWED DOWN WHEN YOUR WORLD—YOUR SOUL—WAS SHAKEN,
fractured, or destroyed. You felt every painful heartbeat pound in your
chest. Every breath took thought. It was not living when time slowed. It was
surviving. And then there was the aftermath, when time sped back up again
and you looked around at everything continuing on like normal, but you
stood there watching it like an outsider. How do you deal with being forever
Keelan was hurt and my time had slowed.
The guys had come to my rescue after my uncle had drugged me. A part
of me didn’t want to believe it. Another part of me wondered why I was
surprised. I’d known things could escalate to that. It was why I had grabbed
my gun after Logan had found out the guys knew the truth about me.
Logan’s desperation to keep me safe made him go to any lengths necessary.
To him, the end justified the means.
Creed was currently driving Colt and me to the hospital. Eyes focused
on the road, Creed calmly started to explain what had happened after Colt
had raced away with me to their cabin in the mountains. “Keelan and your
Colt let out a curse.
The memory of Keelan restraining Logan on the ground in a choke hold
so I could escape through my bedroom window popped into my head.
“How badly is Keelan hurt?” I was surprised at how controlled my
voice sounded, because on the inside was utter chaos. The panic alone made
me feel like I was moments away from jumping out of my skin.
Creed glanced at me through the rearview mirror. “He’s all right. He has
a mild concussion and he dislocated his shoulder.”
Logan had hurt him because of me.
Maybe I should have just let him take me.
Maybe this was the universe’s way of reminding me that those I cared
about always got hurt.
My brow scrunched up and my eyes began to burn, but I refused to let
Colt reached back for me from where he sat in the front passenger’s
I stared down at the hand he held out. I didn’t deserve him or his
comfort. His brother was hurt. The last thing he needed to worry about was
“I’m fine,” I said, fisting my hand in my lap so I wouldn’t be tempted to
take the comfort Colt offered. I glanced out the window and tried to distract
myself with the lush green forest passing by as we made our way down the
mountain. It was amazing how different it was up here compared to the
bottom, where the city was. I wondered how noticeable the change from
forest to desert would be. As we got closer to the bottom, would the trees
begin to turn yellow? Or would it be like the Pacific Ocean meeting the
Atlantic? A wall of rich green pine trees would draw a line in the earth,
identifying the end of the forest, and from that point on there would be
saguaro cacti and tumbleweeds.
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