I’m so happy this book is done and out there for you to read! Kapena and Ada made me struggle a bit. Neither of them wanted to do what I told them they should do. They really frustrated me a lot. But we got through it.
I know their story is better now, even though I had to give in and do what they told me. I had to go back to the drawing board with them more than once. It’s one of my biggest issues at times, when I have to replot a book. This one had me going back to the drawing board more than once. I love it now, for all its frustrations!
Excerpt from Better vs. Worse
“Hey, Kapena,” she said with a grin.
“What the hell are you doing?”
She shrugged. “I needed to use the bathroom. I didn’t realize you’d have a problem with that. You do like to be in control.”
She smirked again and my cock rose to the taunt.
“What happened between us was a one time thing, Ada. It’s not going to happen again.”
She nodded. “I know. That works well for me because I’m going to have some fun. No more relationships for me.”
“You’re fucking kidding me, right?”
She shook her head, smiling. “Why would I joke about that? All the men I’ve dated have broken up with me for one reason or another. It all ends with them wanting someone other than me. So I’m going to take a break and enjoy sex and not worry about getting serious.”
I saw red. Blinding, painful, angry red. I wanted to knock out the teeth of every guy who’d ever hurt her. The ones who said they wanted her, then ditched her for another woman who was never half the woman Ada was. She deserved better than that.
And casual sex was not going to happen.
“You can’t fuck random men.”
She snorted. “Why not? Everyone else I know sleeps with whomever they want. Including you. Why do I need to behave differently than everyone around me? There’s nothing and no one stopping me. Is there?”
It was a challenge. I knew it. She knew it.
The heat between us should have set the hallway on fire. It sure as fuck set me on fire. I wanted to drag her back into the bathroom and show her exactly why she couldn’t screw someone else.