Pasts are best left behind, hidden deep in your memory—that is where I buried mine. The feel of his hands and mouth on my body, the height of sensuality I reached beneath his touch. I'd fought so hard to forget—how could just the sight of him bring it all back, forcing me to become lost in him?
Years before I had watched him, craved him—a guitarist in a band riding the wave to stardom—my brother's best friend. On the verge of womanhood, I never dared to reveal how I yearned. Until a cold New Year's Eve when I offered myself as the woman I'd become, bringing to fruition the deepest of wants. As that night turned, so did my life. Devastatingly so.
I never dreamed I'd become another of his one night stands.
Can pasts be exorcised if they come back to haunt you? And when a notorious playboy who broke your heart offers you his…how do you know if he's playing for keeps?
Beginning January 1, 2013
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Thursday, January 1, 2009
Thursday Spotlight: Devon Gray
The idea was Jennifer Haley’s. Dan Fogelberg is one of her favorite authors, and when the one year anniversary of his death was approaching she came up with the idea of writing reunion stories based on the lyrics of “Same Old Lang Syne” from four different authors’ perspectives. The one difference—our stories had to have a happily ever after.