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360 pages, Kindle Edition
First published June 1, 2021
⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱*Mostly Meh, But Entertaining Enough*⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱
To bring down the kings, you take out their little prince.
Explosive anger detonates inside me. I grab hold of the front of his shirt, yanking him across the table beside his sculpture. He grunts as the edge presses into his stomach. The deep, dark windows into his wicked soul bore into me far too closely for my liking.
His scent floods my nostrils - lime and coconut. It's an odd scent that has me curious. He doesn't smell like a typical guy. He smells like pie.
❝Why do you smell like that?❞ I demand, distracted by the way his hand, stained by the clay, grips my wrist.
❝Like what?❞ His brows furl in confusion. ❝Clay?❞
❝No. You smell...❞
❝Sweet,❞ I growl. ❝Like pie or the beach or summer or some shit.❞
His grin is wide and victorious. ❝Why don't you have a little taste and see for yourself?❞
With ours, it's feuds and reckless fury.
Fights and frustration and taking each other for granted.
But it also means love and forgiveness and home.
It means standing beside the ones you love even when they piss you off, and you want to hate their guts because... they're your fucking family. Families stick together.
He's my Chibi.
My opponent. My challenger. My counterpart. My conscience. My everything.
a) don’t even know you’re bisexual
b) just watched you brutally divorce their mother after cheating on her
c) you didn’t even warn you were gonna propose or that you were moving on so seriously... and not even knowing WHO it is you’re moving on with.
Anytime I think about him, I feel as though I’ll self-combust. And when I’m with him? I don’t feel as though I’ll catch fire…I do.
Together we fucking burn.
He’ll understand soon what family really means. With ours, it’s feuds and reckless fury. Fights and frustration and taking each other for granted. But it also means love and forgiveness and home.
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It doesn’t feel wrong or twisted or sick. It feels reckless… but right.