“Do you have company?” She asked, snapping her eyes back to his. She felt stupid asking that. He never took girls back to his own dorm.
Yet here you are. Shut up!
“No.” He replied, narrowing his eyes as though wondering what she was doing there.
“Have you had any company today?”
The last thing she wanted to know was if he’d been with somebody else that day. Not that it mattered to him, but she didn’t like the idea of being another notch for the day.
If he said yes, she would turn round and walk away. She had to for her own sanity and self respect.
Beck looked even more confused.
“Um…no, why?” He frowned before his eyes widened as she pushed past him into the room. “Why are you here, Raven?”
He genuinely looked perplexed as to why she was standing in his room. He didn’t look troubled by it, just…confused.
She took a deep breath. Her nerves were starting to surface, and she had to go for it before she lost it and fled.
“I’m here for the full experience,” she said quickly, keeping her face neutral so he couldn’t see her getting anxious.
“What?” He blinked, and his eyebrows shot into his hairline.
“Yeah, so get to it. Show me what you got.”
“Are you serious?” Beck asked slowly as if she was crazy.
“As serious as a heart attack.”
“Is this a joke?” He asked, suddenly straightening. His tee strained across his pecs as he did, making her mouth water.
“Look. You’re the one who told me a long time ago to loosen up, to live a little, to have the full college experience. Well, here I am, and I must say I’m disappointed so far.” Raven was shocked as those words left her mouth. She was practically goading him into action. She never thought she’d be the one to initiate anything between them.
Beck relaxed and a slow smile spread across his face. He turned the lock on his door with a ‘click’ and stepped towards her.
“So, you want me to give you the ‘full experience’?” He asked, his voice low and husky.
“Yes.” Raven replied in a tone that sounded so sure, even though she was losing her cool. The alcohol had already started to wear off, but she didn’t want to make a run for it and make a fool of herself in the process. She wanted him to do something, to make a move without her needing to.
She knew that if she stayed any longer, without him actually doing anything, she’d bolt. The knocking in her knees was already crying for her to leave.
Beck continued to walk to her, a smile on his face.
“You’re certain you want that?” He asked in the same tone, sending chills down her spine.
“I’m here, aren’t I?” She hoped he didn’t notice the waver in her voice.
Beck closed the gap between them, his scent all around her making her foggy.
Her legs trembled, and her core throbbed as he moved behind her. He lifted his hand and pushed her hair over her shoulder, exposing her neck.
He dipped his head, and he whispered in her ear. “Do you want me to fuck you?”
Raven swallowed the pool of saliva in her mouth and took a steadying breath before she answered.
Raven Valiente was glad to be in her senior year at Gable College. It meant the last year she would have to put up getting frustrated by the dirty-minded, foul-mouthed ‘man-tramp’.
Beck Traynor, upon first sight, looked like a walking wet dream.
His dark hair, silver-gray eyes, model good looks, and muscular build, were what made the girls go crazy.
Not Raven, though.
He’d tried to charm her from the day they started college, but she wouldn’t give in, no matter how much he tried. It didn’t matter that he had her weak at the knees, had her heart fluttering in her chest, or even that just his presence gave her goosebumps. He wasn’t going to get in her pants and claim her as a statistic on the ever growing chart on his bed post.
Every now and again, Raven caught glimpses into a different Beck. There was more him than what he let people see.
Maybe there was an underlying reason to his behavior. What that was, she didn’t know, but he frustrated the hell out of her regardless.
If you don’t like bad language or over-use of the F-bomb, this book isn’t for you.
If you don’t like detailed sex scenes between characters, this book isn’t for you.
The main characters in this book are NOT teenagers.
The book starts in senior year of college, with flash backs of the previous years.
Contains mature language and content intended for 18+.