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The questions is, will they be able to handle that? Krit and Blythe are both imperfect characters, but they are completely lovable. Everytime she got confused about something going on, or thought everything was her fault broke my heart. I had let my guard down, and I was me. He had seen me. That was the only thing it could be.

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I let him see me, and what he saw sent him running. I loved that Krit was able to get in drilled in her head that she was not that girl. That she was as close to perfect as they come.

The funny thing is, even with all his faults, Blythe felt the same way about Krit. That he was perfect. Just the way he was. You are perfect, Blythe. I swear. Stop worrying.

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Blythe was loyal to a fault. He was the one able to help Blythe, fix all the things from her past that held her captive. Fixed all that was broken. There was some conflict and a little drama towards the end, but overall not over the top angsty.

The things that did come about only strengthen the relationship. It had that signature Abbi steam. A story of growth, overcoming obstacles and knowing that you are worthy of love. I just wanted to tell you I absolutely loved The Vincent Boys series. I can't wait to read more from you!! I am so glad I started reading your books. They are so good. Keep them coming please. We have it slated for a book of the month read at the end of april. Hope you have a wonderful day!

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Mar 08, PM You are an absolute fav author! Here I go again reading a series and having to wait again for the next book. Looking forward to book 3 of the Too Far series. Please tell me book 3 will be out soon!! I'm just curious but do you think Going too far andnever too far will be available as paperback at some point? Can't wait for Woods' story! Speaking of, who is the hottie model for Woods on the cover of Twisted Perfection?

I am over here going crazy waiting on Never Too Far! I need Tues. Anyway, Congrats on yet another book. I know we are all going to love it! Thanks for the accept! I love you dearly I've read all your books!

Thanks for accepting the friend request. I am in desperate need of something decent to read! That was all I could focus on. I had never seen eyes so blue.

They were so startling, they were almost breathtaking. Then I noticed it. Was he wearing black eyeliner? I dropped my eyes to take in the rest of him. The pierced eyebrow and colorful tattooed skin I saw covering his arms had me jerking my gaze back up to his face.

Seemingly windblown platinum-blond hair finished the wild look.

Or is it my turn? It made me feel almost giddy. Not sure what he was talking about, I looked back at his amused eyes. Should I apologize for staring at him? Had I been? My face heated, and I knew my cheeks were bright red. What was I thinking, leaving my door open for the world to see me?

Keeping my distance from men in general made me extremely inept at talking to one. I was used to the look men gave me because they thought I would do bad things with them. I managed to nod. I should say something. He was waiting on me to speak. That sounded stupid.

He raised an eyebrow, and a smirk touched his lips. There was no saving myself from this disaster. If he would just turn and leave, then we could forget this moment forever. I forced my eyes open and caught him studying me with that grin still on his lips. He was going to think I was nuts. He pressed the pad of his thumb to his bottom lip and bit the tip of it before chuckling and shaking his head.

Go fucking shower and change. Little dancer?

I covered my face with both hands. He had seen me spinning around like an idiot. I just wanted to live life without drawing attention to myself. I was leaving that life—the one where people saw me and huddled together while laughing and glancing at me —behind.

Unless you try to talk to guys, genius, I thought to myself. Walking over to the door, I closed and locked it. Next time I wanted to do something like spin in circles, I needed to close my door first. It was a club in town that drew both tourists and locals.

We had become a crowd favorite over the past two years, so the three nights a week we played at the club equaled four hundred and fifty dollars for each of us.

Live Bay, along with the bar we played at an hour away in Florida, and another club in Mobile, Alabama, both weekly gigs, allowed each of us to clear over a grand a week just performing. Green, my best friend and bass guitar in our band, Jackdown, and I shared an apartment. However, we always had people crashing there.

We were a family. We had been since we started this thing. Our home life had sucked growing up. She managed to make it most Thursday nights to listen to me play, but that was it now. I got it though. I was good with it. That was enough. She was a damn good mom, and those kids were lucky she was theirs now.

It was one of the reasons she was going back to my place. I liked red lips.

Another reason she was with me. He knew how annoyed I could get with clingy needy girls. I just wanted them willing and easy. They had the flavor of the candy she had been sucking on earlier, and beer. It was a good taste.

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I wanted a little more. Green chuckled from the front seat as the car came to a stop. I broke the kiss and got out of the car. I was ready for a drink and some music.

And a lot of people. I needed the crowd. She quickly scrambled out of the car and clung to me. The band liked crashing at our place on nights we played at Live Bay. We kept an open door for any neighbors. Seeing as they were all college students, they never complained.

They came and joined the party. I glanced down at her to see the pinched frown on her lips. Now I wanted to know. Jasmine seemed to have a bit of a temper with that red hair of hers. Normally, I was amused but not tonight. I was moody.

The music was already going when we started up the stairs. There was no doubt it was coming from our apartment. Matty, our drummer, always grabbed a girl or three quickly and left the club after we finished our gig.None of the apartments were on the street level.

But he never did. Pastor Williams had given me a truck, too.

I had never seen eyes so blue. Speaking of, who is the hottie model for Woods on the cover of Twisted Perfection? I had been told to stay out of sight. Keeping my distance from men in general made me extremely inept at talking to one. Love your books and cant wait for Chance series.