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Jesse (Broken Hill Boys #5)
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WARNING: The Broken Hill Boys Series is a Young Adult / New Adult Romance filled with LOL moments, teenage angst, and of course, all the swoon-worthy moments I know you’re all dying for.
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“Where the fuck do you think you’re going?”
I cringe as I look back at my bedroom to see Nate casually leaning against my door frame with his arms crossed over his chest. He stares at me as I crouch halfway through my window.
Well, fuck. This wasn’t part of the plan.
I give him a dazzling smile; one I know that the fucker can’t resist. “Would you believe me if I said I was going to chill with Ty?”
He silently raises a brow, the only hint of his amusement being the slight twitch at the corner of his lip. “Nope.”
I sigh, knowing exactly how he’s going to react, but I don’t make a habit of lying to my brother and I sure as hell am not starting now. “Party. Some chick in my English class just posted that she was having a small get together on her Facebook page and was bragging about her parents being out of town.”
“So, let me guess,” Nate says, getting comfortable against my doorframe as if I could hold this position all day. My legs are already starting to cramp in the damn window. “You and Ty are going to go crash the party.”
I grin wide. What can I say? The guy knows me well. “Damn straight we are, though we’re bringing a few friends.”
“Fuck, Jess. How many are a few friends?” I shrug my shoulders, trying to work out how many kids make up the whole junior class, but my silent wondering is more than enough to answer his question. “Shit. Just don’t get into any fucking trouble. I’m not bailing you out again.”
I salute my brother knowing damn well that he doesn’t give a shit about me sneaking out the fucking window. He cares more about having to lie to mom when she comes asking questions, but no matter what, he’s got my back. He always has and always will.
“Are you down to party?” I ask, nodding my head in the direction of Tora’s old bedroom. “Or are you sticking around here to cry a little more?”
I slip the rest of the way out the window while shaking my head, these two seriously need to sort their shit. I lean down into the open window and grin at my big brother. “Remember when you sneak through her bedroom window later tonight, you need to sock that wanger before you bang her.”
Nate rolls his eyes. “I’m not going over there, and besides, you’re the one who needs to remember that shit.”
I dig into my pocket and pull out a strip of condoms, laughing as it unravels and hangs low from my fingers. “Don’t worry about me, big bro. I’ve never forgotten one of these bad boys yet.”
Nate walks into my room and grabs hold of the window to save me reaching in. “Fuck off out of here,” he tells me before sliding the window closed and slipping a pillow under the blanket of my bed, making it look as though I’m fast asleep just as a good little boy should be.
Nate strides out of my room, turning off the light as he goes. He pulls the door closed as I roll up my line of rubbers and jam it back down into my pocket.
With Nate keeping mom off my back for the night, I hurry off to the edge of the roof and see the headlights of Tyson’s car pulling up on the road by the top of my driveway.
Right on time. I jump down off the roof, landing like a fucking ninja before taking off at a light jog. I’m more than ready to bust this small get together wide open. I’ve been cooped up inside all fucking day after getting grounded last night for ‘accidentally’ throwing a mattress into the pool and lighting it on fire, but who could blame me? When Tyson asked if it would burn or sink first, the curiosity was just too much and we had no choice but to check it out. For the record, it burns a shitload faster and also leaves the pool a fucking mess.
Tyson was sent home, I was sent to my room, Nate and the boys laughed while Tora and the girls shook their heads. It was awesome until I was sitting up in my room, listening to everyone below still having a fucking good time without me.
Today I’ve spent my day scrubbing bathrooms to make up for it. Mom’s been through a lot raising me and Nate, so she’s pretty lenient when it comes to our freedom. I have a bad habit of pushing the boundaries and throwing the mattress from our pool house in the pool and lighting it up like a bonfire was one of them. Though to be fair, I thought mom was out with her country club friends.