Spur It On by Kitty Cox EPUB & PDF – eBook Details
- Author: Kitty Cox
- Language: English
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“DID you drop the L-word on him yet?”
The question seemed to come out of nowhere, but I had a feeling it had
been brewing for a while. Yesterday, I’d ridden from St. Louis to Lincoln,
Nebraska, with Ty. Seven hours together in a truck, and after the crazy
weekend we’d had at the last PBR event, a lot of things had been said. Now,
J.D. was curious about it – clearly – but there was one little problem with his
“It’s been a week,” I pointed out.
“Well, plus a few days,” J.D. clarified, tapping his thumbs on the steering
wheel as empty farmland passed by us on both sides. “Besides, you fucked
I huffed out a laugh. “Trying to say you’ve been in love with every guy
you’ve slept with?”
The smallest little smile touched J.D.’s lips. “No…”
“Exactly,” I said, nodding my head to make it clear he’d proven my point.
But J.D.’s tongue flicked over his lips, even though his eyes didn’t leave
the road. “I was in love with the first few people I slept with. Or at least I
thought I was.” Then he glanced over, his dark brown eyes meeting mine.
“And I’m pretty sure you haven’t been screwing around as long as I have.”
Yep, I could feel my face heating up. Trying to force my skin to cool off,
I wiggled my feet on the dash, tapping my toes in time with the country
music on the radio. I liked this song. I also really didn’t want to talk about Ty.
Not with J.D. Discussing another guy felt weird since I’d slept in the same
room as J.D. last night.
So I tried to change the subject. “I don’t think Ty really likes Tanner.”
“He’s jealous,” J.D. told me. “Don’t worry, I’m workin’ on him.”
“Like you’re working on me?” I asked.
J.D. smiled, but his eyes were on the road. “Naw. Ain’t nothing like I’m
workin’ on you, Cody.” The curl of his lips grew a little bigger for a moment.
“But if you aren’t in love with Ty, why are you sleeping with him?”
I wanted to groan at how easily he’d brought that back around. Instead, I
reached my foot over and tapped his thigh with it. It was the closest I could
get to a smack with the console down between us. He chuckled once, then
grabbed my ankle, shifting my leg to rest on his. Not really the most
comfortable thing, but if I twisted a bit, it almost worked. When I pushed the
console up, it was actually better than the dash, so I moved my other leg over
as well, giving J.D. my full attention.
“I like Ty,” I admitted. “Just like, though. I mean, he’s hot.”
“Yeah, he is,” J.D. agreed, looking over quickly as if checking my
reaction to that.
I was smiling. I still wasn’t used to the idea of being around guys who
liked guys, and this entire situation was so far outside my understanding of
relationships, but I liked it. There was also something about J.D. that made
me feel like it was ok to just say what I wanted, as if he’d never judge me for
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