doing just fine on her own. Sure the world had been hit with an outbreak that
turned anyone infected into flesh eating zombies. Not to mention that everyone
she ever loved was now dead. She was alive though, taking care of herself. She
had little desire to indulge in building relationships with anyone. People just
couldn't be trusted. Whether they screwed you over intentionally, or just
managed to get themselves killed, no one stuck around for very long. She didn't
need anyone else either. That was until Will showed up to save her.
his sparkling green eyes, lips you just wanted to taste, and insanely adorable
crooked smile, wasn't letting Andi get rid of him so easily. Yet still, Andi
did everything she could to push her feelings, and Will, away. The more time
they spent together though, the more difficult that became. In a world where
another day was not something you could count on, wasting even a single moment,
could mean missing out on your only chance for happiness.
two cats, and an inherited dog from hell
(a.k.a. the sewer gremlin). Though
writing has always been her first passion, she got a degree in psychological
counseling and worked in the mental health field for awhile, which she finds
very helpful in dealing with her crazy family.
She is a lover of all different types of music and books, switching
between genres so wildly it sometimes makes people wonder if she has multiple
personalities. She is most likely to be
found writing romance stories of all kinds (contemporary, erotic, new adult,
young adult, fantasy, etc.) and has just finished writing her first book, Save
Me. When she's not writing, she prefers to spend her time reading, taking
photos, or spending time with her family.
showered and freshly shaved, he was unrecognizable. If I wasn't positive that
no one else was in the basement, I would have swore it was a completely
different person. He shaved off the beard entirely and trimmed his hair to a
manageable mop of dark curls that fell around his face haphazardly. It was easy
to see his age like this. His crystal blue eyes stood out, captivating me. He
was absolutely beautiful. He was dressed in a pair of old jeans that hung low
on his hips and had a t-shirt slung over his bare, muscled shoulder. Without
realizing it, I was staring, mouth dropped open. I'm surprised I didn't have
drool dripping down my chin. Obviously enjoying my attention, or maybe my
shock, Dan's lopsided smirk grew into a full on smile, revealing his perfect
teeth. No one should look this good during a zombie apocalypse. I could feel
the warmth spread across my cheeks in what I was sure was a deep red blush.
Twenty minutes ago, Dan looked like a young Hagrid. Now he was looking like he
was ready to grace the covers of a fitness magazine. Will cleared his throat
loudly, breaking my stare.
Janet teased, tousling his wet hair.
that," Dan said looking in my direction, winking, sending my blush further
across my blazing face.
me, one eyebrow raised. She let out a huff bordering on disgust, and headed
back to the kitchen to check on dinner. Ignoring Will's continued death glare,
Dan walked over to me, lifting my chin to once again look at him.
asked, batting thick lashes over his hypnotizing eyes, stealing my breath from
I stuttered, lost for words.
between us. My mind went blank of any rational thoughts, leaving behind only
sensations. I was aware of the pounding of my heart and my breath, loud in my
own ears. His thick fingers slid up from my chin, behind my ear, then down and
past my neck. His knuckles brushed down to the point of my v-neck t-shirt
before moving back up, stroking across my warm cheek, before dropping his hand
down to rest on my shoulder. I thought I was about to hyperventilate.
me back to reality.
about. I could feel Will's stare burning into me from across the room.
head, and went to join Janet in the kitchen. I was left standing there
wondering what the hell just happened.
walking over to me, looking irritated.
skip dinner and just go right for dessert."
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