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About the author:
USA Today and New York Times Bestselling Author, C. L. Stone writes Young Adult and New Adult Romances, sometimes with a fantasy twist. She likes to write about cute boys and uncomfortable situations, usually mixed together.
What inspired you to write your book?
I was watching shows like Ouran High School Host Club at the same time as reading books with love triangles (like Hunger Games). And what irritated me about the books was that the weird thing about the girl having to choose one. I was like, well what if she doesn't want to? Or doesn't have to? Just for fun.
Here is a short sample from the book:
“Come on…” Victor urged under his breath, his hands twisting at the wheel.”
Silas and Kota both appeared at the doors and stepped out. They tried to look casual but they were walking double time and went right for the car. Silas climbed in back with me and Kota took the front seat.
I turned, putting my knees in the seat and facing backward to look out the rear window, watching for any sign of Greg or his friends.
“Are they out there?” Victor asked.
“I don’t see them,” I said.
“I think we lost them,” Kota said, sounding breathless, leaning against the seat.
“Sang, I think we’re safe. You can sit,” Silas said. His finger jabbed me in my side. Unfortunately, it was the side that was bruised and I wasn’t expecting it. I winced and cried out an ouch before I could catch myself.
Silas’s eyes widened. His large hand pushed me back up against the seat. He lifted my blouse away from the top of my skirt. Cool air caressed the bruise and I shivered.
“Where did that come from?” he demanded.
He let go of me, turning his body to face the door. His hand clutched the handle. “Turn the car around.”
“Silas,” Kota started.
His fists clenched and he spoke through his teeth. “I said turn it around.”