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When he came inside her, she’d already collapsed into gasping, trying to breathe for air, and was riding down her own rollercoaster inside her mind and body.

But the best part of the middle-of the-night sex was that, after he came back to bed, he spooned her, and Sarah couldn’t manage more than little naps until sunrise, knowing his arm was protecting her, touching her, and would be forever.

EPILOGUE

 

Sarah slept at Malik’s the next night, too. She planned to go home at one point, but she couldn’t pull herself apart from him just yet, not with how he affected her. After work that day she came to Malik’s again to see him, but he was still driving home from work himself, so she called her mum to chat.

There was a thump at the front door nearing the end of their conversation, so Sarah and her mum said their goodbyes, just as Malik came up behind her and ran his hands down her neck, shoulders, and sides, leaning to kiss her.

Lucy was at Alyssa’s place tonight, so they were all alone.

“Was that your mum?”

“Yep.”

“Was she having doubts about you staying over here two nights in a row?”

“Nope.”

Malik touched her cheek with his fingers, gazing around her face. “Do you?”

“Absolutely not.”

Sarah kissed him back and felt down his arms until she got to his fingers, and then entwined them with hers.

 

~ WATCH OUT FOR THE SEQUEL EARLY – MID 2014 ~

 

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

 

This story came to me like the rush of a wave and I had to ride it. It’s the fastest story I’ve ever written, and a credit to Sarah and Malik’s relationship, that I couldn’t get enough of.

However, I wouldn’t be where I am now without incredible help by some amazing first readers. Iris Martin and Natalie Catalano, lots of love, and thanks to you for your detailed job. Angel Steel, thank you for your input, too. Kim Koning, you swept in and pointed out details that have made this a better story because of your help.

To my editor, Lauren McKellar, for another great job making my story sound much better than it was before.

To the reviewers and bloggers, for making this journey possible.

And big love to Ashley, for your support. Your love drives my stories, and so does your passion to get me out of the house and make sure I remember to eat.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

 

Rebecca Berto is the Amazon bestselling author of
Drowning in You
and writes stories about love and relationships. She gets a thrill when her readers are emotional reading her books, and gets even more of a kick when they tell her so. She’s strangely imaginative, spends too much time on her computer, and is certifiably crazy when she works on her fiction.

Rebecca Berto lives in Melbourne, Australia with her boyfriend and their doggy.

 

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OTHER BOOKS BY THIS AUTHOR

 

Precise
(Pulling Me Under #0.5, a prequel novella) —
Try it for free from one of many retailers!

 

Pulling Me Under
(Pulling Me Under #1, a novel)

 

Drowning in You
(Finding Forever in Us #1)

 

Table of Contents

 

Beginnings

Meeting

Rejection

Discovery

Hush Business

Dates

Affected

Crumble

Nicholas

Longing

Discussions

Alert

Plans

Unravelling

Alyssa

Aftermath

Parenting

Healing

Discovery

Entwined

Epilogue

Acknowledgements

About the Author

Other Books by This Author

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