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For those who say that happiness is simply a state of being, like choosing which flavor syrup to add to your morning Starbucks, or smiling at yourself in the mirror every morning after brushing your teeth, screw you. Those people have never had their heart broken, or lost someone so beautiful and exceptional that they fuse to your soul and become completely and totally irreplaceable. Maybe those people have been lucky in life. I am not one of those people. And after what happened Freshman year, I will never be one of those people. I don’t want to be, because ignorance is not bliss, and the privileged have short memories. I will never forget.

– GURLS, Coming Soon


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A Find Me #4 Snippet

The room smelled faintly of dirty cloth diapers and spit up, but he’d gone nose-blind to the odor weeks ago. As he stared up at the varnished ceiling beams, Jacks listened to the baby sleep. For two days, he’d been trying to do the math to figure out exactly how many weeks old she was. He was disgusted that he didn’t know his own child’s age. The day before, he finally picked a number – sixteen weeks – but no, as he stared at the damn ceiling, that didn’t seem right. She was already rolling over, trying to sit up. Did babies her age sit up, he wondered. Would she be crawling soon? He scratched at his beard and added a month. Twenty weeks. That sounded right, too.

“Fuck,” he whispered into the room.

A gust of snow slammed against the window, and he sprang up on an elbow, expecting to see Lily stir herself awake, but she stayed asleep, dreaming whatever dreams babies had. He flopped back down onto the lumpy pillow and rolled onto his side so he could see the edge of her hotel-standard crib. He’d been thinking about her mother a lot. Ana would know how old her damn kid was, even if she was a bitch the entire time he knew her. Moms were good with that kind of stuff. He cursed again and punched the pillow into a more comfortable shape.

His eyes had finally closed from exhaustion when something in the hall broke, and bodies began slamming into the walls. At first Jacks thought he had immediately slipped into a nightmare, so he rubbed his face, hoping the noises would fade away. But when the dog began to wildly bark, and Lily woke up screaming shortly after, he realized whatever was happening in the hall was real. He launched out of the bed and across his room, and pressed his ear to the cold door. His heart thudded in his chest, but not for his safety, for Lily’s. She was too young to survive without him, and after losing Win, Jacks was acutely aware of how important his role as a father truly was…

– © Trish Marie Dawson, Find Me Series, book 4 – Coming Soon

FM 4 is Coming Soon…

With Drake on her left, Connor on her right, and Riley asleep between them, they were the true definition of a love triangle.

– © Trish Marie Dawson, Find Me 4

It wasn’t for love, was it?

With our brows touching, and his voice just above a whisper, the air from his mouth hits mine when he speaks. “We’ve been on the precipice of almost lovers since we met. You and me, we’re just lost in an impossible, endless dream. There was a reason we met, but it wasn’t for love, was it? I understand that now.

– Dying to Know, book 4 of The Station Series

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Hutch was used to taking what he needed and moving on. And yes, he thought A’ris was an easy means to an end if she was willing to fund his passage through the Outer Provinces. Once he reached the Outer Banks, he could use some of his escort money to buy a skiff or possibly something better — a one way ticket off the driest planet in the universe on an air ship. He wouldn’t make the same mistake he did with the Workers. He wouldn’t let the persuasions of the female form sway him to stick around longer than he was needed. Not again.

But there was something else about the girl that drew him in. Something anxious hid behind her gaze and Hutch had half a mind to find out what it was. She was far too young and well-kept to have been in severe trouble recently. At least that’s what he told himself.

As Hutch made his way back to Besnik’s tent, avoiding the nervous faces he passed, he did his best to shrug off his curiosity over A’ris Brynx and tried to tell himself that his work relationship with the kid was already stamped with an expiration date. Typically, he wouldn’t have it any other way. Even if it meant he had to leave the girl on the road, alone, with only the winds to push her forward. Hell, it wasn’t his journey.

He told himself exactly what he would do: take the money and run.


 

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