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★ ★ ★ ★ ★ "BOOM!!! What a great wrap up to my favorite CA series. Jude and Callie's story really hit home for me. And it's my truly my favorite book in the series. Walls as high as the sky, Jude wouldn't let them down for anyone. He had a lot on his plate, he was handling it all on his own. He gets slammed literally in the head. With his world spiraling out of control he has to let his friends in to help. What he didn't see coming was Callie. He helped him heal, not only his wounds but his heart as well."
I heard Olivia’s laughter just before the front door
opened. “I did not,” she said.
“Oh yes you did,” Jackson
insisted as he dropped his keys onto the table next to the couch. “Thank God it
wasn’t Bailey’s Jeep. Hell, she would flip her shit if it was.”
That comment caught my full attention. “What happened?”
They both turned to face me, and
Jackson grinned. Pointing toward Liv, he continued to taunt her with his
orneriness. “Little Miss Speed Demon here wrecked my truck.”
Olivia’s eyes widened, and she
looked like she was panicking. “You liar. You said you’d never tell.” I couldn’t help but laugh. The two of them
were always so funny together. They would pick and prod at one another, always
trying to get under one another’s skin, even over little things.
“Bailey is different,” Jackson
said as he walked around the counter and placed his hand on my hip.
“She’s the cool aunt who’s with the cool
uncle, and she ain’t gonna say shit. Are ya, babe?”
Before I could answer, he leaned
forward and placed a kiss against my lips. Not one of those soft, sweet kisses
but one of the hard, loud ones that was playful and full of silliness.
“Besides, I need her to run into town and pick up the tire
after Booker gets it mounted and balanced.” “Tire?’ I asked.
“Yep. Never yell ‘squirrel’ when a teenage girl is behind
the wheel.” Jackson widened his eyes. “I
should have just
let her hit it.”
“There was no squirrel, you
fool,” Olivia fired back, crossing her arms over her chest.
“I know. It was a reflex test, and darlin’, you failed that
shit,” he told her with a chuckle.
I was so damn lost at this point.
“Wait, what happened, exactly?” “This dumbass yelled ‘squirrel,’ and I freaked
out. But there was no damn squirrel. He just wanted to see how I would react.”
She looked away from me and narrowed her eyes at Jackson. “He scared the hell
out of me, and I ran off the road.”
off the road,’ hell,” Jackson barked. “She went down in the ditch and blew out
my tire. Bent my rim to shit and crushed my running board.” He leaned over the
counter, placing his elbow on the marble top.
“Oh, and let’s not forget about the hood
“What happened to the hood and
windshield?” I asked.
Jackson stared at Olivia, and she
stared back at him. They were waiting for the other to explain. “Fine,” Olivia
huffed. “I hit Mr. Burk’s irrigation equipment. Well, just the side of it. It
scraped the hood and cracked the windshield. But in my defense, it’s the
dumbass’s fault for yelling ‘squirrel.’”
I could no longer hold back my
laughter. I bent at the waist, and tears blurred my vision as I howled. Jackson
was right; I wouldn’t say a word, but I sure as hell was going to take a few
minutes to be amused by the situation he and Liv had found themselves in.
“Do you two ever keep your damn
clothes on?” Ryan asked as I climbed up into the cab of his truck.
It had been two weeks since
Bailey stripped naked and went for a swim in the lake. Since then, we had a few
more occasions where we left piles of clothing scattered around outside. Last
night, things started out innocent. We had decided to sit on the deck and have
a drink. I, of course, chose a simple bottle of beer, but Bailey insisted on
one of those girly-ass margaritas. Things were peaceful until she dumped her
strawberry shit all over the deck and her leg.
When she got the hose to clean up
her mess, her innocence shifted into that crazy look she sometimes got, and
damn if she didn’t turn the hose on me.
Well, one thing led to another, and we had stripped down
and had sex right there on the deck, facing the open land that stretched for
“Wipe that shit-eating grin off
your face.” Ryan punched me in the shoulder, and I looked over at him, wagging
my eyebrows. “Seriously, don’t even answer that question. I need to be able to
look Bailey in the eyes, and if you tell me how the hell you two keep getting
naked in your yard, I can’t do that.” He shivered, and I chuckled as I shifted
my eyes forward.