Rachel Hawthorne

“Jason pulled me into the driveway, turned off the car, and kissed me.
Then it got kinda weird. It was like: Where should our last kiss be?
In the car? At the door? Inside the foyer? Outside my bedroom?
I just didn’t know. I’d avoided giving any real thought to how I would go about having a boyfriend living in my house. I mean, I’d never planned for the guy I fell for to be living in my house, across the hallway. What if my parents figured it out?
We would have to be so careful.
Jason drew back from the kiss and pressed his forehead to mine.
“You know I could kiss you all night,” he said.
“Me, too.”
I was such a romantic, but I was also nervous, because I knew no way we were going to be kissing in my parents’ house all night.
“But I’m feeling kinda weird about it,” he said.
“That whole liking-the-daughter-of-the-people-who-are-giving-you-a-roof-over-your-head thing?”
“I know. If my parents caught us…”
“Maybe we need house rules.”
He pulled back. “Like what?”
“No kissing inside the house.”
“Well, at least not when Mom and Dad are home. Dad jokes about putting potential boyfriends through an interview process, but he may be serious. It’s hard to tell sometimes with him.”
“It felt like he was interviewing me that first night.”
“Not to be my boyfriend.”
He sighed. “Okay. I see your point.”

Rachel Hawthorne, The Boyfriend League
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The Boyfriend League The Boyfriend League by Rachel Hawthorne
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