Author: Julie Cross
Title: Letters To Nowhere
Publication Date: August 1st 2013
Publisher: Julie Cross
Genre: Mature Young Adult Contemporary
And Jordan could be this whole person lying beside me and pushing my shirt up higher, kissing my stomach and laying his cheek against it. I didn’t even know there were so many body parts that could be kissed and we were still working above the waist.
“Still planning on helping me with my paper?” I asked, in between kisses.
“Damn, I forgot. We should go soon.” He scooted away from me and lay flat on his stomach, pressing his face into the blanket. “Just give me a minute . . . or five.”
I laughed at him before sitting up. At times like this, I was more than grateful to be a girl and not have to hide the fact that I was turned on.
“What’s your technique?” I pulled my sweatshirt over my head and sat cross-legged on the blanket.
“You know, like Finn on Glee. He always thinks about the mailman hitting his windshield.”
He laughed into the blanket. “First off, I don’t watch Glee so I have no idea who Finn is, and right now I’m thinking about Mrs. Garrett in her nightgown.”
“Is it working?”
He turned his head to the side and smiled at me. “It might if you would stop talking.”
I mimed zipping my lips and sat perfectly still until Jordan finally pulled himself up off the blanket. I folded it neatly and held it to my chest. “So . . . ?” I prompted him.
“So . . . what?”
I turned my back to him, heading toward the car. “Was I right? About the size difference?”
Jordan hooked an arm around my waist and lifted me off the ground. He spun around a few times. “Is it even possible for you to get dizzy anymore? All those giant swings around the bars . . .”
He set me down and tried to kiss me, but I leaned back and lifted my eyebrows.
“Fine,” he said with a sigh. “You were right, the left one is smaller.”
I kissed him before climbing into the passenger seat. “Thanks for being honest,” I said once he had gotten in the car, too.
“Now you’re not going to let me see anything, are you?”
I shrugged. “I’m not sure yet.”
“Let me know whenever you decide.”
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