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Atomic number: 67
Name of chemical element: Holmium
Every result can be manipulated … even between best friends.
The promise: To wait for each other after their road trip.
The where: Brookline, Massachusetts.
The when: Thanksgiving.
The bump: Evan Gilmore was a no-show.
The reason: He met the one who would change it all.
The consequence: There is no AJ and Evan … not anymore.
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AJ — Now
He slept facing her.
He always slept that way.
Somehow, every morning, she’d wake up with his arm over her and his face tucked against her side or even on her stomach from when he had passed out from practice. He’d come home and beg her to lie on the couch with him before dinner. He’d ask her about her day, and then he’d ask her about tomorrow.
They clicked in ways she had never thought possible.
It was perfect.
He was perfect.
Everything about him was perfect.
And everything about him was right.
Her heart agreed.
So did her head.
Nothing made her second-guess herself when she was with him.
Alexandra Parker was the girl he loved.
The one he moved mountains for.
The one he rushed from the airport to see.
And right now, Alex was going to be the first person to wish him a happy birthday.
Reaching over, she set her hand on his shoulder, letting her thumb brush his bare skin. He let out a soft sigh as Alex pushed him gently onto his back and threw a leg over his body to hover over him.
She smiled at him, pulling away to let the ends of her hair tickle his smooth face. Slowly, she let her weight fall on him as she straddled his stomach, her palms on the pillows as she bent down and pressed her lips to his neck.
He groaned as she trailed kisses up his neck and along his strong jaw until she reached his ear. Suddenly, his hands settled on her hips, and she bit back a smile, knowing he was awake.
“Happy Birthday,” she whispered by his ear and then moved to kiss his cheek.
His hands left her hips to wrap around her back. Alex glanced over to see his eyes blink open and the sweet smile she loved waking up to spread across his lips.
He hummed. “Where have you been all my other birthday mornings?”
Alex felt her cheeks heat as he gazed up at her. Using a hand, he shifted to sit them up. A laugh escaped her at their swift position change.
Alex in his lap with her hands cradling his jaw was far more intimate than before.
Far more beautiful as she stared into his stunning blue eyes.
Her heart stood no chance when he looked at her.
It sped freely without restriction or doubt.
Without fear or worry.
She loved him.
Truly and madly.
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Len Webster is a romance-loving Melburnian with dreams of finding her version of ‘The One.’ But until that moment happens, she writes. Having just graduated with her BBusCom from Monash University, Len is now busy writing her next romance about how a boy met a girl, and how they fell completely and hopelessly in love.
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