ABOUT UP FOR FOREVER:
Title: Up for Forever (Up for Grabs #2)
Publication date: September 1, 2015
Publisher: Swoon Romance
Author: Heather Young-Nichols
For Kendra Roberts, love is for fairy tale princesses who don’t live in the real world. Mr. Right? What a joke. It’s more like Mr. Right Now.
But imagine her surprise when she realizes it’s been two whole years, and Mr. Right Now has become something more. How the hell did that happen?
Panic sets in when Kendra finds out that Adam Burger might be planning a future for them and making her his “Mrs.” Mrs. Burger.
Not. So. Fast.
Kendra ends things with Adam, feeling bad for letting things go this far.
After months of trying to convince herself she made the right decision, a mutual friend’s wedding throws them back together again.
In one mind-blowing moment, Kendra comes to the crushing realization that she’s been in love with Adam all along.
But when Adam seems to have already moved on, will Kendra fight for their forever after? Or will she let her once Mr. Right Now go and become someone else’s Mr. Right?
“Ugh,” I groaned, “I hate you so much.” I felt his smile against my skin, and his breath as he chuckled made me shiver to my toes.
“Doesn’t sound like it.”
“Adam, come on … I can’t … stand … ” My words were swallowed when his mouth devoured mine again like he owned it. Owned me. The thought should have sent the feminist in me running to prove the opposite but I couldn’t be bothered. His kisses were still gentle but so much more demanding until we were both once again gasping for air, searching for a release that, at least for me, had been denied.
Then we found it. The pleasure that wracked my body was unlike anything I’d felt. It came in waves, with each one crashing harder until it subsided all together. Adam kissed back up my neck until I couldn’t take it anymore from the way my body had become oversensitive. He pushed off, taking me in his arms so I could burrow right into him. I felt like a ragdoll that could be dragged along wherever someone wanted to take me. And I’d really enjoyed where Adam took me.