Mya Washington is a rebel. Or at least,
that’s what her family has always said. As the youngest of a set of triplets,
she has always been the more rebellious of the three…even though she never
considered herself a rebel.
Rule Breaker? Sometimes.
Trouble Maker? Nev—occasionally.
Growing tired of being typecast and
misunderstood, Mya moves to New York looking for a fresh start away from the
life she grew up in and out of the shadow of her older sisters. Striking out on her own may have put a strain
on the family dynamic, but it's the new beginning Mya was looking for.
But after the unexpected death of her
mother, she is blindsided yet again by a wedding invitation she didn’t see
coming. Her father’s upcoming marriage only cements the wall she’s put up
around her heart. Because if her father could be such an utter disappointment,
why should she even attempt to open up to any man?
Enter Colton Davis.
“What are you doing?” I asked breathily, licking my lips and
silently begging him to kiss me.
He didn’t answer at first. He looked at me predatorily before
leaning down to nibble on my neck. The feeling of his teeth lightly grazing my
skin while the threat of someone walking down the hallway and turning the
corner made me clench tightly. His fingers gripped my hips and desire washed
over me. His hands caused goosebumps to erupt everywhere he
touched. My body hummed from the electric currant that flowed
between us. The anticipation I felt for Colton’s kiss was almost unbearable.
“What are you doing?” I repeated, wrapping my arms around his
Leaning in so that our lips were almost touching, Colton answered
am a married event planner, life coach and instructor. Between my awesome friends and family and my
amazing husband, I am constantly surrounded by love. My goal at all times is to love what I’m doing
and enjoy life. I love shopping and
football with equal fervor. I’m an amateur
movie critic (i.e. my husband and I watch and critique a lot of movies for
fun). I love to read, but since I’ve been writing, I don’t read as much as I
used to. I love music. A good lyric with a good melody can paint a vivid
picture and invoke such a range of emotions. I have a soft spot for most
mediums of creative, artistic expression. But music is probably my favorite.
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