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Original Love

Contemporary Women


by
J.J. Murray

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 272 pages

File size: 1.3 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Peter Underhill was smitten by Ebony Mills the moment she joined his street hockey team–a coal-eyed, tomboy goddess, as dark and dazzling as he was pale and awkward. That she returned his affection was a boy’s dream come true. But despite a bond that grew into their teens, Peter’s intolerant father and Ebony’s meddling family finally forced them apart. That was twenty years ago–and Peter has been trying to find his way back to his first and true love ever since. . .

When she was a kid, Ebony feared no one, not even Peter’s violent, bigoted father. Back then, Ebony said she’d love Peter forever, and she meant it. It didn’t matter that they couldn’t share milestones like the high school prom together–what they had was the real thing, and nobody could take it away. . .or could they? Even now, Ebony doesn’t quite understand how she and Peter disappeared from each other’s lives. Has the hatred that surrounded them finally won? Ebony doesn’t want to believe that, but she knows one thing: if she ever has the chance to reunite with Peter, she’ll never let him go. Because you don’t throw away something that only comes along once in a lifetime. You don’t mess with original love. . .

Peter Underhill was smitten by Ebony Mills the moment she joined his street hockey team–a coal-eyed, tomboy goddess, as dark and dazzling as he was pale and awkward. That she returned his affection was a boy’s dream come true. But despite a bond that grew into their teens, Peter’s intolerant father and Ebony’s meddling family finally forced them apart. That was twenty years ago–and Peter has been trying to find his way back to his first and true love ever since.… (more)

Peter Underhill was smitten by Ebony Mills the moment she joined his street hockey team–a coal-eyed, tomboy goddess, as dark and dazzling as he was pale and awkward. That she returned his affection was a boy’s dream come true. But despite a bond that grew into their teens, Peter’s intolerant father and Ebony’s meddling family finally forced them apart. That was twenty years ago–and Peter has been trying to find his way back to his first and true love ever since. . .

When she was a kid, Ebony feared no one, not even Peter’s violent, bigoted father. Back then, Ebony said she’d love Peter forever, and she meant it. It didn’t matter that they couldn’t share milestones like the high school prom together–what they had was the real thing, and nobody could take it away. . .or could they? Even now, Ebony doesn’t quite understand how she and Peter disappeared from each other’s lives. Has the hatred that surrounded them finally won? Ebony doesn’t want to believe that, but she knows one thing: if she ever has the chance to reunite with Peter, she’ll never let him go. Because you don’t throw away something that only comes along once in a lifetime. You don’t mess with original love. . .

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