“You got what you wanted, so you can go now. Because I can’t stand fucking looking at you any longer!”
I reached for her on pure impulse. “Skyler—” As soon as she felt my strong arm’s wrap around her waist, she kneed me in the balls.
“We’re even now, because I hate you too.”
I groaned in pain, and in her fuck-me heels, she took off running toward the exit. Breathing through the dis-comfort for a moment, I hauled ass after her. My boots pounding the wet pavement, chasing her in the pouring rain. Catching up with her outside the back of the dark building.
I gripped her arm and roughly turned her toward me, never expecting what happened next.
“No!” she shouted bloody murder, once again shoving me as hard as she could. She didn’t falter, losing her fucking shit on me. “I loved you!” She ignored the sting I knew her hand must have felt every time it connected with my face and body. Hitting me anywhere she could.
I tried blocking each and every blow, driving her further to push and hit me harder. Taking out every malicious word I’d said to her, and years of pent-up anger with herself, on me.
“I fucking loved you!”
“Cutie, calm the fuck down,” I ordered, trying to grip onto her wrists.
“Fuck you!” she yelled, punching and shoving me more, the closer I came toward her. “You don’t know anything! Nothing!”
Raising her hand up to slap me across the face, I gripped onto her wrist and spun her around before she could react. She lost her footing which only made it easier for me to carry her up into my arms. Striding over to the nearest car that appeared abandoned in a secluded corner of the alley.
“Stop it,” I warned, controlling her body from thrashing around. Pissing her off even more.
“You stop it! Put me down!”
And I did, slamming her ass on the hood. Taking ahold of both her wrists with my hand and placing them above her head. I pinned her down, and still she fought with every ounce of courage she had left in her.
“For fucks sake, stop!”
“Well then, I’m just gonna havta fuck the fight right out of ya.”
“Don’t you dar—”
My lips crashed onto hers, slipping my tongue into her mouth. Demanding complete and utter control. She weakly thrashed around, and I held her tighter against my chest, kissing her fucking senseless.
Groaning against her lips, “Fuck… I missed you…”
Her Wet, Road to Nowhere, El Diablo, The Good Ol’ Boys Standalone Series, The
VIP Trilogy, Tempting Bad, and Two Sides.
angst, romance, triangles, cheating, love, and of course sex! She has been
reading since the Babysitters Club and R.L. Stein. All time favorite books
are The Bronze Horseman Trilogy by Paullina Simons.
is married to an amazing man who she loves to pieces. They have two German shepherd
mixes, a Wheaten Terrier and a Tabby cat.
5+ STAR Review by Jodi for Ruby Red Romance Review
M. Robinson really is an evil genius when it comes to telling stories. She has the power to take something and make it huge. Lost Boy is no exception to this. I know why they call her the Queen of Angst and she killed it with Noah and Skyler.
Noah is everything I wanted him to be and more. He’s sweet, kind, not afraid to stand up for what he believes in and most importantly he just looking for love. When your entire world appears to crumble around you, hope and love are what hold you together. I’m going to admit, that I was always #TeamCreed, but after finishing Lost Boy, I’m #TeamNoah all the way. The truth is I’ll be #TeamWhoever as long as M. is writing the story.
I loved Skyler. Even when I wanted to throat punch her. She’s a heartbreakingly beautiful character. She’s strong, fierce, and relatable. The truth behind Skyler’s character is that even as an adult she was a girl. She didn’t have the normal upbringing, so it caused her to miss out on things. But it also caused her to grow up way before her time. Skyler was the perfect heroine.
These two together were the perfect combination of heartbreakingly beautiful, the perfect storm, and soulmates. I feel head over heels in love with this story from the first words and that didn’t stop with the end. This story left me thinking about so many things. I love that we get to see our old friends as well. I love getting to check in with them from time to time. Lost Boy is the perfect book and I can’t wait to see what M. Robinson has in store for us next. I’m sure its going to knock our socks off.