For Him, Book 3
I never meant for any of this to happen, to fall for you. It doesn’t matter that we’re both adults, or how much we want this to work. The college policy is clear. I can’t see a way around this without one of us getting hurt. If I would’ve known who you were when we met online, I would have never pursued a relationship. I’m new to all of this, and besides my daughter, getting to know you has been the best thing to ever happen to me. But I can’t make you hide again. I won’t. It’s not fair to either of us.
Dear Mr. Brody,
You’re right, we are adults. I’m twenty-four years old, and I think I can decide for myself what’s best for me. If this is about you losing your job, I’ll walk away. But if this is you trying to protect me, then you’re an idiot. I want you. I care about you. My past isn’t an issue. What we’re doing… it isn’t the same thing. If we have to hide, so be it. I’m not ready to let you go.
Your Lost Boy,
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Marcos sighed and handed me my laptop. “I think the essay is good, I mean I’m no expert but it’s missing something.”
“Oh yeah what’s that?”
Sensing my mood, Marcos did what he did best. Made me laugh. “In the hopes and dreams portion…” He tapped a finger against his lips. “You forgot to add how bad you want to fuck our new teacher.”
“Christ… get out of here with that bullshit.” I laughed and set my laptop on my desk, opening it before I sat down again.
“Whatever, mijo. Don’t act like you weren’t flirting with him yesterday. Can we call you Donovan.” He mocked. “You might as well have gotten on your knees for him right then and there it was that obvious.”
“Fuck off.” I tried to sound pissed but my widening smile gave me away. “He’s hot, I couldn’t help myself.”
“You never could,” he said, his smirk a reminder of how well this asshole knew me.
“Do you think Mr. Brody even realizes how sexy he is?”
He had a quiet confidence, but there was something timid about him. Something nervous behind those wolfish gray eyes.
“Probably. And I’d bet money he’s straight and married to some perfect looking woman and has perfectly boring sex. A man that gorgeous has to have flaws. It’s the way the universe balances shit.”
“You’re probably right,” I said, and he hummed his acknowledgement. “I bet he has a big dick though.”
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