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Make You Mine

Author/Writer of Book/Novel:

Katy Kaylee

Language:
English
ISBN/ ASIN:
B07QBLT2TY
Book Information:

Two broken hearts. Six Years. And a HUGE Secret.

Torryn:

What do you do when you are interviewing for a dream job and the interviewer turns out to be your crush from high school?

The crush who left you without a word six years ago…

Well, apparently, you are supposed to say no to the job!

Unless…you are like me and decide to take revenge.

Yes, I am going to make him fall in love with me all over again.

And then, I am going to break his heart.

Just the way he broke mine…six years ago.

He’s so gonna regret messing with me in the first place!

Lucas:

It surely is a weird feeling…seeing her walk into the interview room in that tight pencil skirt and crisp white shirt.

I shouldn’t be looking at her this way.

Not again…

She’s forbidden and she’s never going to forgive me for what I did.

But one look into her eyes lights that fire inside me and I know I can’t stay away.

I need her and will do everything to make her mine.

I owe it to myself, to fate and to her!

May be if I play my cards right, I will get my second chance with Torryn.

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Prologue

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Two broken hearts. Six Years. And a HUGE Secret.

Torryn

What do you do when you are interviewing for a dream job and the interviewer turns out to be your crush from high school?

The crush who left you without a word six years ago…

Well, apparently, you are supposed to say no to the job!

Unless…you are like me and decide to take revenge.

Yes, I am going to make him fall in love with me all over again.

And then, I am going to break his heart.

Just the way he broke mine…six years ago.

He’s so gonna regret messing with me in the first place!

Lucas

It surely is a weird feeling…seeing her walk into the interview room in that tight pencil skirt and crisp white shirt.

I shouldn’t be looking at her this way.

Not again…

She’s forbidden and she’s never going to forgive me for what I did.

But one look into her eyes lights that fire inside me and I know I can’t stay away.

I need her and will do everything to make her mine.

I owe it to myself, to fate and to her!

May be if I play my cards right, I will get my second chance with Torryn.

Prologue

Torryn

“Your dress is blue?”

“For the last time, Lucas,” I said, grabbing a grape from the bowl on my desk and popping it into my mouth as I spun in my chair. I chewed it as I answered him though I knew he hated when people talked with their mouth full. “It’s aquamarine.”

“Aquamarine is a rock, Tor?”

“It’s a rock, but it’s also a color.”

“What does it look like?” I shook my head and bit my lip, wishing he was in my room with me so I could give him a knowing look. For all the trash he talked on Prom and going to dances in general, he sure was interested in what my dress looked like.

I dropped onto my bed and stared at the upside-down view through the window as my head lolled over the side, wondering if he would like it. I wondered if Lucas even had to capacity to like or dislike a dress. I felt like he might just dismiss them all, calling them ineffective clothing choices and moving on. He was always painfully logical like that.

“I’m not telling you what it looks like.”

“Why not?” He asked, in his typical matter-of-fact tone. I could almost see him, thrusting a hand into his hair and looking exasperated. He always paced back and forth in his room when he was talking, it was like he couldn’t stand just doing one thing at a time. If he was talking, he had to be pacing as well.

“Is this some sort of superstitious thing? Like grooms not seeing their bride in her dress?”

“No,” I said, “this is me being stubborn about telling you because you always tell me prom is silly. And now you want to know what my dress looks like.”

“Obviously it’s not working,” Lucas sighed. “And you’re still going with Ron?”

“Yes,” I said, something strange jumping into my throat at him asking. Lucas and I had been best friends for a long time, and he had always been suspicious of my boyfriends. My boyfriends had always been very suspicious of him, too, insisting there was no way a guy would spend that much time with me if he wasn’t in love with me. I disagreed – Lucas and I had always been best friends and nothing but.

Though Lucas had always warned me away from boys, with Ron it was different. He really didn’t trust him. Ron was a hothead and had a temper, but he was usually pretty nice to me.

Some thought Lucas hated Ron so much because Lucas liked me and wanted me for himself, but I could have told them that it was because Lucas was certain he had an innate ability to sense what people were truly like. He was always berating me for trying to see the good in people because he was certain I was going to get hurt.

There was a pause, a rare awkward moment between us, and I examined my fingernail, a knot growing in my throat. I cleared it away and laughed, forcing the weird tension to go away.

“If you don’t come to Grand March then you don’t get to see the dress. Simple as that.”

Lucas laughed too, and he seemed grateful that I had shaken away the strange feeling between us.

“Torryn,” he said, “your name is at the very end of the alphabet. I’d have to watch everyone else walk down as well, and it’s not that watching people walk isn’t incredibly scintillating, it’s just that-”

“It beats sitting around and hacking the library or whatever you hack into.” I shook my head in amusement. Lucas was the total nerd package, including computer hacker. Most people thought he was just a brainiac and wiz at coding. Only I knew that he used those brains and coding skills to break into computers looking for information about his mother who’d run off when he was a baby. I always felt bad for Lucas because I had the best parents in the world and he deserved to have a mom who loved him and a dad who spent more time sober than drunk.


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