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Saturday, February 11, 2012

Fulfilling a 2012 resolution - Romance Scene WIP


My dedication (obsession) to two novels I am working on have kept me away from posting, and many other things I should be doing. So I resolved to post at least three times this year. And Oasis for YA has given me a perfect opportunity to get started. So here goes. Happy Valentine's day, everyone!



Tosh looked at Gavin, her distressing conversation with Malcolm forgotten. Gavin hopped over to sit beside her, setting his Coke down behind the bench.

“Tosh, he’s wrong.” Gavin took her hand. It was the second time he had ever touched her. It made her heart sing. It changed everything.

“I know he is.” She looked up into his eyes as he leaned close. Tingling heat and fluttery butterflies burst from her middle, all the way to her fingers and toes. “But I’m confused. I’ve been horrible to you, but you came anyway. What do you want?”

“I want…” he paused as his arms slid around her. “I want to feel you. All these months we have spent together, and I have never even hugged you. I want to touch you and hold you close. I want to hear your voice as I stare at your lovely face.”

His weight pushed her off the stone bench and onto the ground. His hand cradled the back of her head to keep it from banging against the rocky floor. She felt the tickle of her hem slipping up her thighs as his body pressed against hers. His moist lips, slightly sweet from the Coke, teased her tongue as she melted into the rapture of her very first kiss.

“Nothing will make me forget you,” he whispered as he kissed her again and again. “Think of that song you love so much. However far away, I will always love you.”

“And I will always love you,” Tosh sighed.
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10 comments:

  1. Love the kiss, the coke and Gavin!

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  2. So sweet! The ending was totally swoon worthy! :)

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  3. Aw! Sweet! Literally! lol. Loved the detail of his lips sweet from the Coke. Nicely done!

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  4. “Nothing will make me forget you,” he whispered...

    As a teenager, I would have killed to have a boy whisper that to me! Loved this, especially all of the detail you worked it. :)

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  5. I loved the line "it changed everything". The falling off the bench was odd,but I loved all the rest.

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  6. I love how you drew us in with the senses and made the scene real. Having him set down the Coke and then his lips taste like it really made this real.

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  7. A lovely excerpt!

    “Nothing will make me forget you,” he whispered as he kissed her again and again. “Think of that song you love so much. However far away, I will always love you.”

    *sigh* The pledge of young lovers. loved it!

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  8. I agree with Jessie. Those details made all the difference!

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