Sometimes, not saying anything is even worse than chewing someone out.
Cache a Predator is a novel about a father’s love, justice, and the unhinged game of hide-the-cache.
Your heart misleads you.
That’s what my friends and family say.
But I love Noah.
And he loves me.
We met and fell in love in the sleepy farming community of Meadowview, while we rode our horses together through the grassy fields and in those moments in each other’s arms.
It should be
ROSE & NOAH
But it won’t be.
Because he’s Amish.
And I’m not.
There are some things more important than your own life. Like friendship, and love, and trust, and goodness.
This is a story of how love helped two people deal with their hard life. Micha is every girl’s ideal man, and Ella is so lucky to have him. Ella is such a bad ass and I’m glad she toned down her Stepford-wife-fashion-style. I kind of love it when she tries to provoke some equally bad ass man that always lead to troubles. Micha is always there to save her ass. Despite Ella’s issues, Micha still took a chance on her.
“Were you tired when you got in? Did you go to bed right away?” Frank stares at m probingly. I know what he’s getting at.
You need a sturdier bed frame.”
Frank scrubs a hand over his face. “God, you heard?”
“Relax. I hear it’s only gay if you make eye contact.”
Frank doesn’t seem amused. I put my hands up in surrender. “Just trying to make light. I have no intention of bonding with you over our shared love of penis.”
Don’t waste your life. You never know when, or by whom, it could be changed forever or snatched away.