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In the blink of an eye,
It’s all gone.
As an ER nurse, I’m prepared for anything,
But not this,
Lying there with no vitals,
Barely hanging on.
I can’t do this,
Can’t face it.
The only person who understands is Grayson,
His best friend,
But his arms aren’t meant for me.
My best friend.
I would’ve done anything for him,
No questions asked.
And watching Regan crumble,
I have to help,
Have to reach out.
She’s always had my heart,
Even when it was forbidden.
But now, in our pain and loss,
I know we both feel something stronger.
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I’ll let you guess what else I do the best and they never get any seconds with me. One and done.
My parents abandoned me and the choices I make guarantee I’m never the one left behind.
I say and do what I want with no regrets; now I’m ordered to attend anger management to keep my job.
The problem? The last time I saw Gavin, I left him after a night of heavy drinking and him failing to measure up to the task.
My job, my house, my car…my life is exactly how I want it to be except in the relationship department. Jamie has a ridiculous one and done rule. I know one taste will never be enough. If she thinks this is over, she has never been more wrong.
I’m determined to prove to her that rules were made to be broken and that we are worth breaking them.
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The heart has a home when it has an ally.
If Millie Crossan doesn’t know anything else, she knows this one truth simply because her brother Finley grew up beside her. Charismatic Finley, eighteen months her senior, becomes Millie’s guide when their mother Posey leaves their father and moves her children from Minnesota to Memphis shortly after Millie’s tenth birthday.
Memphis is a world foreign to Millie and Finley. This is the 1970s Memphis, the genteel world of their mother’s upbringing and vastly different from anything they’ve ever known. Here they are the outsiders. Here, they only have each other. And here, as the years fold over themselves, they mature in a manicured Southern culture where they learn firsthand that much of what glitters isn’t gold. Nuance, tradition, and Southern eccentrics flavor Millie and Finley’s world as they find their way to belonging.
But what hidden variables take their shared history to leave both brother and sister at such disparate ends?
I used to go home every Christmas to the house I grew up in, and Finley would be there—eventually, anyway. He’d come swaggering in, all blue-eyed, gray three-quarter coat swinging. In from Virginia.
The educated man. All beaming, charismatic six-foot-two of him, setting the stage in that rambling Southern house, simply by virtue of his presence. It was that way every year because Finley was the kind of guy who could enter a room and take over completely.
My brother was that magnetic. Finley was born eighteen months ahead of me, so I came into the world following his lead. Mom told me, in one of her rare confessional moments, that Finley was an accidental pregnancy, but that I had been planned. I remember furrowing my brow and thinking it odd. If anybody has a God-given, significant purpose for being on earth, it’s Finley. Compared to him, everyone else is a random afterthought. Including me.
Finley fascinated me. I used to study him—the way he walked, the way he talked, the way the air changed around him. He was absolutely something. But here’s what bothers me—Finley’s in heaven, and I don’t know why. When we were young, people thought Finley and I were twins. We were both delicately built, with that streaky red-blond hair genetically bestowed upon the Scots-Irish, and we both had huge, light-coloured eyes that were disproportionate in scale to the size of our heads. Finley’s eyes were a hypnotic blue, mine are a serious green.
Beyond that, few people could tell us apart. When Mom moved us without warning from Minnesota to the Deep South— the summer she decided she’d had enough of my father’s alcoholism and was going back home—I didn’t mind because Finley was beside me. His presence was one part security blanket, one part safety net, and two parts old familiar coat conformed to fit my size after years of wear.
About the Author
Memphis native, Claire Fullerton, is the author A Portal in Time, and Dancing to an Irish Reel, which is set on the west coast of Ireland, where she once lived. An avid journal-keeper, Claire has written her entire life, beginning her professional career as a published poet and including her weekly column, In First Person , with the Malibu Surfside News. A frequent contributor to magazines and online literary journals, her work has appeared in The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Celtic Life International, and Southern Writers Magazine. Claire lives by the Malibu ocean with her husband, two German shepherds, and one black cat.
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The moment Grace and Tyler saw each other in science class, there was a spark. A mutual attraction.
But there was one big thing stopping them from being together. Grace is Tyler’s student.
About to turn 18, Grace has a hope to lose her virginity for her birthday. She wants Tyler to be the one.
Tyler has admired Grace from afar, but knows he would be risking his job if he made his feelings known.
Grace is now about to graduate from school, and Tyler can’t stand it any longer. He wants Grace, and he is willing to take the risk for her.
Can their love be strong enough to handle all that is thrown at them?
This story is a student/teacher relationship.
All characters are over the legal age when conducting a sexual relationship.
Story has a guaranteed HEA.
There is no cheating in this story.
Obsessed with Jane Austen and Downton Abbey, Zoe writes modern day stories of intense love with strong yet complicated characters. She loves being near the water and island living is a dream. Her writing is supervised by demanding feline critics. A small-town recluse, Zoe travels rarely for family visits but explores the world through her stories.