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The farm needed more help than Jase could provide. I blinked. Cam laughed. Thats nice of you to say. My ngers tightened around the cup in defense.

It is. Uh- huh. He ipped his baseball cap around, shielding his eyes. Tufts of black hair poked out of the back rim. I started to speak, but movement I saw out of the corner of my eye caught my attention. Racing out from the side of the barn, a little boy seated in a miniature John Deere tractor hooted and hollered. His chubby arms were bone straight as his hands gripped the 4 steering wheel. A mop of curly brown hair shone under the bright August sun.

Pushing the tractor from behind was Jase, and even though I could barely hear him, I was sure that he was making engine noises. They bounced along the uneven gravel and ground. Jase laughed as his little brother shouted, Faster! Go faster! Jase appeased his brother, pushing the tractor so it zigged and zagged to a stop in front of the truck as Jack squealed, clenching the steering wheel. Plumes of dust ew into the air.

And then Jase straightened. Oh wow-wee. My mouth dropped open. Nothing in this world couldve made me look away from the splendor before me. Jase was shirtless and his skin glistened with sweat. I wasnt sure what ethnicity he had in his family background. There had to be something Spanish or Mediterranean, because he had a natural tan skin tone that remained that way all year- round.

As he walked around the tractor, his muscles did fascin ating things rippling and tightening. His pecs were perfectly formed and his shoulders were broad. He had the kind of muscles one got from lifting bales of hay. Boy was ripped. His stomach muscles tensed with each step. He had a very distinctive six- pack. Totally touchable. His jeans hung in decently low low enough that I wondered if he had on anything underneath the faded denim.

It was the rst time I ever saw the full extent of his tattoo. Ever since Id known him, Id caught glimpses of it peeking out from the collar on his left shoulder and from under a shirtsleeve.

I never even knew what it was until now. The tat was massive an endless knot shaded in deep black, starting at the base of his neck, looping and twisting 5 over his left shoulder and halfway down his arm. At the bottom, two loops opposite each other reminded me of snakes curling up and facing each other. It was a perfect t for him. A ush spread across my cheeks and traveled down my throat as I dragged my gaze back up, mouth dry as the desert.

Sinewy muscles in his arms exed as he lifted Jack out of the drivers seat, holding him in the air above his head.

He spun around in a circle, laughing deeply as Jack shrieked and ailed. Ovaries go boom. As Cam opened the drivers door, Jase sat Jack down on the ground and yelled at my brother, but I had no idea what he said.

He straightened again, dropping his hands onto his hips. His eyes squinted as he stared into the truck. Jase was absolutely gorgeous. You couldnt say that about a lot of p eople in real life. Maybe celebrities or rock stars, but it was rare to see someone as stunning as he was. His hair, the color of rich russet, was a mess of waves falling into his face. His cheekbones were broad and well dened. Lips were full and could be quite expressive. A hint of stubble shaded the strong curve of his jaw.

He didnt have dimples like Cam or me, but when he did smile, he had one of the biggest, most beautiful smiles Id ever seen on a guy. He wasnt smiling right now. Oh no, he was staring into the truck, head cocked to the side. Parched as I was, I took a sip of the sweet tea as I stared through the windshield, absolutely enthralled by all the baby- making potential on display before me. Not that I was in the way of making babies, but I could totally get behind some practice runs.

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Dude, thats his drink. I ushed, lowering the cup. Not that it mattered. Wasnt like Jase and I hadnt swapped spit before. On the other side of the windshield, Jase mouthed the word shit and spun around. Was he going to run away? Oh hell to the no. I had his sweet tea! In a hurry, I unhooked my seat belt and pushed open the door. My foot slipped out of my ip- op, and because Cam just had to have a redneck truck, one that was several feet off the ground, there was a huge difference between where I was and where the ground was.

I used to be graceful. Hell, I was a dancer a trained, damn good dancer and I had the kind of balance that would make gymnasts go green with envy, but that was before the torn ACL, before the fateful jump had put my hopes of becoming a professional dancer on hold. Everything my dreams, my goals, and my future had been paused, as if God hit a red button on the remote control of life.

And I was about to eat dirt in less than a second. I reached out to catch the door but came up short. The foot that was going to touch the ground rst was connected to my bum leg, and it wouldnt hold my weight.

I was going to crash and burn in front of Jase and end up with tea all over my head. As I started to fall, I hoped I landed on my face, because at least then I wouldnt have to see the look on his face. Out of nowhere, two arms shot out and hands landed on my shoulders. One second I was horizontal, halfway out of the truck, and the next I was vertical.

My feet dangled in the air for a second and then I was standing, clutching the cup of tea to my chest. Good God, youre going to break your neck.

A deep voice rumbled through me, causing the tiny hairs on my body to rise. Are you okay?

My head tilted to the side. I was up close and personal with the most perfect chest Id ever seen. I watched a bead of sweat trickle down the center of his chest and then over the cut abs, disappearing among the ne hairs trailing up from the center of his stomach. Those hairs formed a line that continued under the band of his jeans.

Cam hurried around the front of the truck. Did you hurt your leg, Teresa? I hadnt been this close to Jase for a year and he smelled wonderful like man and a faint trace of cologne. I lifted my gaze, realizing that my sunglasses had fallen off. Thick lashes framed eyes that were a startling shade of gray. The rst time Id seen them, I had asked if they were real. Jase had laughed and offered to let me poke around in his eyes to nd out.

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He wasnt laughing right now. Our gazes locked, and the intensity in his stare robbed me of breath. My skin felt scorched, like Id been standing out in the sun all day. I swallowed, willing my brain to start working.

I have your sweet tea. Jases brows crept up his forehead. Did you hit your head? Cam asked, coming to stand beside us.

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Heat ooded my cheeks. I dont know. Holding out the tea, I forced a smile, hoping it didnt come across creepy. Jase let go of my arms and took the tea, and I wished I hadnt been so eager to shove the tea in his face, because maybe then hed still be holding me. You sure youre okay? Yes, I muttered, glancing down. My sunglasses were by the tire. Sighing, I picked them up and cleaned them off 8 before slipping them back on. Thanks for He stared at me a moment and then turned as Jack ran up to him, holding out a shirt.

I got it! Jase took the shirt and handed over the tea. He rufed the boys head and then, much to my disappointment, pulled the shirt on over his head, covering up that body of his. He looked at Cam. I didnt know Teresa was with you. A chill skated over my skin in spite of the heat.

I was out showing her the town so she knows her way around, Cam explained, grinning at the little tyke, who was slowly creeping toward me. Shes never been down here before.

Jase nodded and then took back the tea. There was a good chance that Jack had drunk half of it in that short amount of time. Jase started to walk toward the barn.

I was dismissed. Just like that. The back of my throat burned, but I ignored it, wishing I had kept the tea. You and Avery coming to the party tonight, right? Jase asked, taking a sip of the tea. Its the luau. Were not missing that. Cam grinned, revealing the dimple in his left cheek.

You guys need help setting it up? Jase shook his head. The newbies are in charge of that. He glanced over at me, and I thought for a second that hed ask if I was coming. Ive got a few things to take care of here rst and then Im heading back home. The stinging disappointment rose swiftly, mixing with the burn in my throat. I opened my mouth, but immediately snapped it shut.

What could I say in front of my brother? A small hand tugged on the hem of my shirt and I looked down, into gray eyes that were both young and soulful. My lips stretched into a small grin. Hi to you. Youre pretty, he said, blinking. Thank you. A little laugh escaped me. It was ofcial. I liked this kid. Youre very handsome. Jack beamed. I know. I laughed again. This boy was denitely Jases little brother.

All right, thats enough, Casanova. Jase nished off the tea and tossed it into a nearby garbage can. Stop hitting on the girl. He ignored Jase, sticking out his hand.

Im Jack. I took the little hand in mine. Im Teresa. Cams my brother. Find a career in the nursing field.

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Finally reap the benefits of following through on something. Calla has to focus on the future. Her past is ugly. Guys like that do not work at places like this. Jax and Calla are drawn to each other immediately.

Jax felt like a mini-new adult KA alpha. Which is a compliment in the highest regards. As much as I did like Calla, Jax completely made this book! I want to fuck you, and all I need to want to do that with you is to like you. He sees beauty.

I love the way Jax was able to get her to open up, to try new things.Its true. Out of nowhere, two arms shot out and hands landed on my shoulders. Before they get to delve too deep into any of that, a lot of crazy things go down. Like my friend Amber said, if I kept getting rejected by the same guy, I would've already punched him in the throat. A cupcake would also be really good about now. Ilove you so very much. Tess has an abusive ex-boyfriend and since that she was never able to trust a boy again… until Jase.

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