On The Edge is a romantic suspense novella and is available for the low, low price of $1.99 at most all online booksellers. Below is the link to the Books We Love store where it can be purchased using Paypal in PDF, mobi/Kindle and epub/Nook/many other readers.
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Over cold chicken and greasy fried wontons, they talked nonstop. “First girlfriend?” she asked, nibbling a wing.
“Donna Martin, third grade. She had braces. I thought they were so cool.”
“Oh my God!” Joss laughed. “First serious girlfriend, you know. Time and place.”
“Oh, the first time I did it? Lord. That would have been after the Jackson Heights football game. We won, and I was pumped.”
“You played? What position?”
“Are we still talking sex here?”
She swatted his arm, and they chuckled.
“Okay,” he continued. “I played quarterback for two years.”
“Did you play in college?”
“Nah, I knew what I wanted to do. College football required a commitment I wasn't prepared to invest. It was fun in high school, though.”
“So back to the Jackson Heights game. You won, and—?”
“And Marcy Sharvis was the head cheerleader. She had this short little skirt, a really tight sweater, and these pom poms…”
“Oh my God!” She squealed. “Did she keep her uniform on?”
“Part of it, I shoved the skirt up. But we had to lose the sweater, you know. It's a guy thing. We used the pom poms for a pillow in the back seat of my Chevy, so her head was surrounded by these blue and white wispy puffs. I can still remember how she looked, lying there. Course, she wasn't there for very long. It was my first time and all.”
Joss broke into peals of laughter, holding her stomach.
He grinned. “Fortunately for you, I've developed self-control over the years.”
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