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The Brightest Darkness by Kate L. Mary

Author:Kate L. Mary [Mary, Kate L.]

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Publisher: Twisted Press, LLC

Published: 2019-03-17T16:00:00+00:00

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I ripped my goggles off when Kellan pulled the car to a stop on the side of the road and put it in park. In the back, Blake and Christine were talking quietly, sitting close but not touching. Not that I was under the delusion that there was no touching going on in private.

“Water’s too high for swimming,” Blake said, sounding disappointed.

 

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Author:Kate L. Mary [Mary, Kate L.] , Date: June 11, 2019

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Author:Kate L. Mary [Mary, Kate L.]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Twisted Press, LLC

Published: 2019-03-17T16:00:00+00:00
19

I ripped my goggles off when Kellan pulled the car to a stop on the side of the road and put it in park. In the back, Blake and Christine were talking quietly, sitting close but not touching. Not that I was under the delusion that there was no touching going on in private.

“Water’s too high for swimming,” Blake said, sounding disappointed.

“Not a surprise,” Kellan responded, not looking over his shoulder, but instead focusing on the river, just visible through the brush.

It was the same place we usually came to fish, but now, due to the recent rain, the water level was higher than it had been in years, meaning the current was stronger. We hadn’t been here in a while, though, not since before opening the gate to Harper. Being here now, after everything that had happened between Kellan and me, I suddenly realized this place had new meaning for me.

In the back, Blake threw the door open and climbed out, and Christine followed, but when Kellan moved to open the door, I grabbed his hand to stop him.

He turned my way, his eyebrows raised and questions shimmering in his brown eyes. “What’s up?”

“Remember the day I was bitten?” I asked. “The first time, I mean.”

He grimaced and laced his fingers through mine. “Do you think I could forget?”

I gave his hand a squeeze. “I know it was an awful day, but I’m talking about what happened before that. Do you remember?”

Kellan’s eyebrows pulled together as he turned to look out the window, his focus on Blake and Christine, who were standing at the edge of the river talking but not yet fishing.

“I remember Blake and Emma fighting, and how you begged me to go out,” he murmured, his voice low. “I also remember when I thought you were going to die, how I blamed myself for giving in to you.”

I grabbed his chin with the hand he wasn’t holding and forced him to look at me, giving him a smile. “As if you could have said no to me.”

“I can’t, you know that,” he said, his voice quiet and full of pain. “That was why I blamed myself.”

“Forget about the bite and the farmhouse. That’s not what I’m talking about,” I said, wanting to lighten the mood, wanting him to know what I was thinking so we could share this moment. “Remember when you picked me up and pretended you were going to throw me in the water?” He nodded, and his expression eased, a small smile pulling at his lips. “That was the moment I realized I had feelings for you.”

Kellan’s eyebrows shot up, and for a moment he didn’t react. Then he started chuckling quietly to himself, his shoulders shaking with the force of his laughter. “Seriously?”

“Yes.” I gave him a little swat, smiling even though heat had rushed to my face. “Why are you laughing? Tell me what you’re thinking.”

He shoved his hand through his hair, pushing it off his forehead as he shook his head, and to my surprise, his cheeks reddened.

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