Kinky

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Book 0.5 in the Naughty Series
Naughty series(7)

“I couldn’t put it down. I like the fact we already know the characters I think it enhances the storyline and we can just enjoy the college years.”

Rachel Garwood is attracted to Sean King from the moment she sees him even if she doesn’t want to be. He isn’t her type, but there is just something about him that makes her pulse race and causes a tingling between her legs. When he invites her to a house party, it’s the beginning of the end, and all bets are off. Things are about to get kinky.

Rachel and Sean were introduced in Dirty. Now you get to read how the two of them came together in their own story. Kinky is a 23,000-word novella that takes place before Dirty (except for the prologue and epilogue). It can be read as a standalone.

Reviews:

“Love, loved loved it!!”

Everything Rachel hears about Sean makes her like him even more and when these two get together it’s kinky as hell. What started out as lustful thoughts turns into so much more. Once you have met the one nothing can stand in the way.

 

5 out of 5. I’m a huge fan of these two authors and really enjoyed this read. When it’s meant to be its. Want to be.

Excerpt (unedited):

Professor Drumming was facing the clock on the side wall but turned to frown at their almost tardy entrance, before looking at the wall again. He did this at every class and the minute class started he turned around and did a roll call. Roll call. In college. Thank heavens it was the only class where a teacher did this.

Rachel followed the instructor’s gaze to note that she and Elise had made it with about thirty seconds to spare. She’d known it would be close. As the clock neared the full hour, someone slipped into the seat next to her. Rachel started to turn her head to look but at the same time Professor Drumming spun around and said, “Let’s begin.” He picked up his clipboard. “Jeff Anderson?”

“Here,” a voice in the front of the room said.

Suddenly, the air around Rachel crackled and a male voice spoke in her ear. “Doesn’t he ever get tired of being a tight ass?”

She slowly rotated her head, already knowing who the owner of the voice would be due by the tingle going down her spine.

Sean King was sitting next to her, and Rachel felt her breath catch. Even though he was later to class then her, he smelled incredible and looked like he hadn’t rolled out of bed like she did. His blond hair was styled and his T-shirt and jeans looked like they hadn’t been pulled from his bedroom floor. The light glinted off the silver ring he wore on his right middle finger, drawing her gaze to his narrow but masculine hands.

Thankfully, he was already facing the front of the room so he couldn’t see her reaction to him. He wasn’t waiting for her response, and she doubted he felt the same way she did.

She didn’t understand this unwanted attraction to Sean. He wasn’t her type, and until this moment, they’d never spoken to each other. Sean was thin and on the shorter side, probably around five-seven or five-eight if she had to guess, and Rachel liked her men big and tall.

Hypocritical, she knew. At five-two and with the body of a twelve-year-old, aka small boobs and no butt, she shouldn’t judge someone for being small or thin. But that’s probably why she went for big men. She wanted her future offspring to have a chance to have some height.

Plus, she and her ex-boyfriend had dated for over a year and just broken up over the summer. Rachel wasn’t really looking to start another relationship. She wanted to have some fun being single in college for a while.

An elbow nudged her from the other side, rousing her from her thoughts.

“What?” she asked Elise, looking at her.

Her friend raised her brow and tilted her head toward the front of the room. “Your name was called.”

A soft male chuckle sounded next her.

“Here,” Rachel called out and bent over toward her backpack, hiding her now red face. She’d been so lost in thought, she hadn’t heard the teacher. She “searched” for a pen for several seconds, willing her face to cool before she had to sit back up.

Elise leaned over next to her. “Are you okay?” she whispered.

Rachel hadn’t told anyone about her weird attraction to Sean because she figured it was a biological fluke, assuming it would go away soon. She didn’t want to make a big deal out of it by talking about it out loud.

“Yeah. Fine,” she told her roommate and straightened. She smiled at Elise. “I think I’m half asleep.”

Elise grinned. “Me too,” she whispered. “We need to get coffee after this.”

“Agreed.”

Professor Drumming began his lecture, so Rachel was saved from having to look at Sean again or acknowledge his presence.

About twenty minutes into class, a woman came in the back door and approached the professor and whispered in his ear. Their instructor looked up at the class. “Please, excuse me. I have a phone call I need to take. Please look over your notes until I get back.” He walked out and the woman followed him.

“We should just leave now,” Elise said. “He already marked us down as here.”

Rachel wished they could leave. “Yeah, except he saw us come in late. He’ll know if we leave.”

Elise sighed. “Yeah, you’re probably right.”

“I’m telling you, we need to get at least two kegs,” a voice on the other side of Rachel said, and she and Elise stopped talking to eavesdrop.

It was Sean’s friend Luke. Thanks to roll call, Rachel knew almost everyone’s name in the class. She hadn’t even seen him until now, even though she should have known Luke would be there. He always sat with Sean.

“I don’t know,” said Sean. “I don’t think everyone is going to drink beer. Especially the females.”

“Let’s ask them? Ladies?” Luke said.

Rachel and Elise turned to look at the two guys while trying to pretend they hadn’t been snooping.

“What?” Elise said.

Luke leaned back so he could look at them from behind Sean. Luke was tall and muscular. He was the type of guy that Rachel was normally attracted to. Sean was short and skinny next to Luke, although Sean did have lean muscle. He was just a smaller guy all around. Luke had dark hair and dark eyes and looked to be of mixed heritage, although Rachel didn’t know what. Compared to Luke, Sean’s blond hair and blue eyes stood out. Blue eyes that were now staring at her.

Rachel purposely looked away to Luke since he was the one talking. Sean’s gaze made her squirm in her seat.

“Do you ladies drink beer?” Luke asked. “Or would you prefer something else?”

Rachel looked to Elise and they both shrugged. Rachel turned back to the guys. “Don’t know.”

Sean and Luke frowned. “What do you mean you don’t know?” Luke asked.

The girls exchanged looks again. It was a little embarrassing to admit that they hadn’t been to any college parties yet. They had talked about them, but so far they hadn’t been invited to one.

Rachel looked at Elise who rolled her eyes and said, “We haven’t been to any parties yet, okay?”

“But…” Luke started and Rachel looked back at him.

“But what?” Elise asked.

“But…you’re both hot.”

Elise snorted. “As if that’s the only reason to invite us to a party. If we were ugly, you would expect us to not get invited?”

Luke was unfazed by Elise’s comment. “Well, I didn’t say that.” He shrugged. “But you are more likely to be asked.”

Elise made a sound of disgust.

Luke held up a hand. “Hey, I didn’t make the rules.” He narrowed his eyes at Elise. “Besides, you women are just as bad. You can’t tell me that you’d throw a party and want all the dorks and ugos to show up.”

Luke did have a point. Rachel knew she was more attracted to good-looking guys. “You’re right to a point,” she said. “Of course, we’re attracted to cute guys. But woman are more open to other attributes besides looks. We’re not as shallow as men overall.”

“Ouch,” Luke said and Sean winced.

“We’re getting off topic,” Sean said. “If you came to our party on Saturday, would you drink beer or would you want something else? Hard alcohol? Wine?”

Just then, the lady who had come in earlier reentered the room. “Class.” She clapped her hands and everyone quieted down. “Professor Drumming has a family emergency and won’t be coming back to class today. You are all free to leave.”

“Sweet,” Elise said.

Rachel began putting their stuff away, grateful to get out of there.

She and Elise had to wait for Sean and Luke to get up and move before they could exit. The guys stood and the girls followed.

Once they were in the hallway, Rachel and Elise started toward the nearest place to get coffee.

“Hey,” Sean said behind them.

The two of them turned around.

“What?” Elise said.

“You never answered. What would you drink?”

Since it didn’t matter and she didn’t know why he was asking again, Rachel shrugged. “I’d drink whatever.”

Elise must have thought the same thing as Rachel because shrugged too. “Yeah, it doesn’t matter.”

Luke grinned and elbowed Sean. “Told ya.”

Sean raised a brow. “I guess we’ll see.” He looked at Luke. “Let’s go.” The two guys spun around and began walking the other way.

Rachel told herself to bite her tongue, but she couldn’t control her curiosity. “Wait.”

The guys turned.

“What did you mean by ‘I guess we’ll see.’?”

“I guess we’ll see on Saturday. Party starts at seven. See you then.”

The two men turned back around and walked away, not sparing the girls another chance.

Rachel looked at her friend and roommate. “Are we going?”

“Hell yeah, we’re going. That Luke guy may be a sexist pig, but this is our first college party.”

They grinned at each other and like any other eighteen-year-olds, they squealed with excitement.

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