Always My Forever (The Six Pack #9) Read Online Erica Lee

Categories Genre: Romance Tags Authors: Series: The Six Pack Series by Erica Lee

Total pages in book: 23
Estimated words: 21325 (not accurate)
Estimated Reading Time in minutes: 107(@200wpm)___ 85(@250wpm)___ 71(@300wpm)


Book #9 in The Six Pack Series…

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Chapter 1

When Kiera awoke in a bed that wasn’t her own, it took her a moment to figure out what was going on. When she realized she was completely nude, all of the memories from the night before came rushing back. She had sex with Ryann. The woman she had been crushing on and pining after for years had slept with her.

Of course, it had taken her a long time to realize she had been hopelessly crushing on Ryann pretty much her entire life. She always thought it was just a high level of admiration, but when she looked back, it had all the makings of a childhood crush. She wanted to be around Ryann all the time. She was desperate for Ryann’s attention from the time she was five, and that really hadn’t changed through the years.

When Ryann was away at college, Kiera counted down the days to holidays and breaks so she would see her again. When she found out Ryann was staying in Florida after she graduated, she locked herself in her room and cried. As much as she hated the reason, when she found out Ryann was moving back, she was happier than she wanted to admit.

It was when she came to terms with the fact that she was into guys and girls that she realized she had always had a thing for Ryann. She never truly believed that thing would become more though. That was until they had their fake date and something changed in the way Ryann looked at her. She knew it was probably a bad idea to push things by always insisting on cuddling up to Ryann on their couch and using any excuse to touch her or hold her hand. But, was it such a bad idea? They had ended up in bed together, and it was by far the greatest sex of her entire life.

The word end got stuck in Kiera’s head. Was that what this was? Was this all a build-up to sex and now they had to find a way to go back to being friends? Or was it just the beginning? She literally had no idea how Ryann felt about any of this. It probably would have been a good idea to discuss it all before they fell into bed together, but once Ryann kissed her, there was no stopping it.

Speaking of Ryann… where was she? Kiera had been so caught up in her own thoughts, she hadn’t even realized she was in bed by herself. Not the best start to whatever this was.

Then she noticed the most wonderful smell wafting through their apartment. She got out of bed and put her clothes from the night before back on, then followed the smell. When she reached the kitchen, Ryann was standing over the stove. Plates of pancakes and eggs were stacked on the table beside her, and given the smell, Kiera assumed she was now frying bacon. Ryann didn’t notice her because she was busy cooking and mumbling something to herself under her breath.

“That smells good,” Kiera said softly to get Ryann’s attention.

Ryann jumped in the air then held onto her chest as she turned around to face Kiera. “Shit, you scared me.” She looked toward the ground, but Kiera could see her cheeks turning red. “I… umm… I wasn’t sure what to do… so, I made you breakfast.”

“It looks like you made breakfast for the apartment complex,” Kiera said with a laugh.

“How are you so calm right now?” Ryann asked as she turned around to check on the bacon. “I’m… umm… I’m kind of freaking out.”

Kiera took a few tentative steps toward Ryann. “Do you regret what happened last night?”

“I’m not sure.”

Ouch. That really hurt.

Kiera was fighting back tears when Ryann turned off the stove and whipped back around to face her. Her eyes were wide and apologetic, as if she realized how hurtful those words were. “I didn’t mean it like that.”

Kiera scoffed. “How did you mean it, Ryann?” Kiera knew there was a bite to her words. She didn’t want to fight, but she needed to know where Ryann’s head was at.

Ryann quickly closed the remaining space between them and took both of Kiera’s hands in her own. “It’s not that I regret what happened. Last night was amazing. It was perfect, actually. I felt things I honestly didn’t think I’d ever feel again.” Ryann shook her head. “That’s not true. I felt things I’ve never felt. But I regret not thinking it through. I regret not talking about what it meant. I already regret what it could mean for the future.”

“What do you mean by that?” Kiera wasn’t trying to be difficult, but she honestly had no idea what Ryann was getting at.

“It’s just… it happened… and I can’t take it back. And I don’t want to. At least not now.” Ryann shook her head once again and groaned. “I’m not making any sense.”