Wanted by Krista Holly
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With a mother that shipped her off to boarding school as fast as she could, feeling unwanted

is nothing new to Lo. When she got a chance to convince her parents to let her move back 

home, she went from feeling unwanted to being wanted by every guy in school.
Chase has always looked forward to summer and seeing Lo. He's loved her devil-may-care

attitude from the start. But when she moves back to town for good she's changed and no 

longer the carefree girl she once was. When jealousy gets the best of some people, you never know what's going to happen, 

especially when they want something you have.
Would you let someone take away everything you've ever wanted?

She slid over closer to me. We weren’t even a foot away and I was straining not to close the distance. She had her legs folded underneath her, her elbow propped up on the edge of the tub. “I’m not either,” she said clearly and I wasn’t sure if I was dreaming again. I shook my head slightly. Not sure how to approach this. “Lo,” I said barely a whisper as she inched even closer to me. “Were you with Beckon tonight?” I needed to know. I had to know if she was playing a game with me for him. “We’re just friends. That’s all him and I will ever be. Why does he get under your skin so much?” she asked, and I had a rush of embarrassment course through my veins and flush across my face. “It bothers me that you’re always with him. I don’t trust him. I don’t like you with him.” I closed my eyes at the end afraid of what kind of tongue-lashing I would get from her. It would likely consist of me being ridiculous and irrational. Crossing a boundary that I had no right to. To my surprise she softly said, “I don’t like seeing you with Cam. But I haven’t made it a point to voice my opinions about you and her.” It dawned on me that we were one in the same. We were both clearly jealous of other people who made constant appearances in our lives in front of the other. I couldn’t help but feel a slight difference in our situations. I wanted nothing to do with Cam, she just so happened to keep making cameos at the worst possible time. But Beckon? Lo had already stated that they’d been friends for years, and I couldn’t really ask her to give him up for me. I doubted that she would even entertain that idea. I stupidly repeated the same thing I said in her kitchen a week ago, “She means nothing to me.” “How can I be sure?” The question was laced with insecurities, and I immediately felt guilty again for ever letting Cam into my life. “Lo, I don’t want her,” I practically growled at her. Want, and frustration was coursing through me like electricity. I just wanted Lo. No one else. With her being so close to me I felt the need taking root and growing through my entire body. Her knee was now pressed to my thigh. All I had to do was reach over and grab her to make her straddle me. And I wanted to. I clenched and unclenched my fists to try and not focus on her proximity. “I’m so confused.” There was pain in her voice, and I knew exactly what she was feeling. I was confused too. I sighed and leaned my head back, mentally preparing myself for what I was about to do. I’d either be rewarded for my actions or slapped across the face. “Lo,” I began and looked at her, “I don’t think what everyone else does. I never have, at least not without some serious doubt. But you have to know, I’m completely caught up in you. And the whole push-pull thing is making me crazy.” She looked away briefly and I couldn’t contain myself anymore. I reached over and grabbed her waist, hoisting her astride me. She bit her lip and dropped her chin, hiding from me. “Look at me,” I commanded. When she didn’t, I ducked my head down and tried to catch her gaze. I slithered from right to left until she finally relented and looked up. “I don’t know if I can do this.” The expression in her eyes didn’t match up with her words. She was fighting this, but there was obvious vulnerability clouding in her eyes. I rubbed my hands up her thighs and a tremor passed through her body. “I don’t know if I should want this.” Was the next thing to come out of her mouth. I wanted to throttle her. She was all I could think of for the last two weeks and I could finally hear the temptation in her own words. She wanted this too. “You’re make me crazy. Do you know that?” I whispered

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Krista Holly is an avid reader and a Namast’ay in bed kind of girl. She started life in the City of Sin then traveled the country most of her life, going from coast to coast. A gypsy at heart with a passion for traveling and meeting new people. An ambivert, if you will. The only things she likes at Starbucks are Valencia Orange Refreshers and pumpkin bread and the occasional French Vanilla Cappuccino. She loves dogs and cuddling with her 85 pound white unicorn. When she’s not reading or writing or working she’s watching TV with her family or making fun of her brother’s love life.

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