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Title: Maybe Never
Author: Sadie Allen
Genre: Contemporary Romance
About Maybe Never:
One golden boy... Judd Jackson had it all—star football player with a college scholarship, perfect family, tons of friends, and a beautiful girlfriend. He was the most popular guy in town … until a family secret burned it all to the ground. Now, he’s the object of scorn and ridicule, and the only thing he has left is his scholarship and counting down the days until he can leave town. One goal-oriented girl... Sunny Blackfox was alone in the world, but she had big plans and big dreams to keep her occupied. She didn’t have time for anyone in her life. That was, until she came to the rescue of the boy she always had a thing for. They have everything going against them, but maybe, if they are lucky, they will make it out of town after graduation together ... or maybe never.
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I could feel warmth hit my cheeks. Vulnerability wasn’t
something I had the luxury of being these days, and that was what her words
made me feel, like she had exposed all the wounds that had been a living
breathing thing inside of me, festering and eating away anything that was
“You ever hear the story of the two wolves?”
“Yeah … I think I read that story on Facebook a while back.
Isn’t that a Cherokee proverb?”
It had to have been a while back since I didn’t do social
I heard what sounded like a snort and looked at her from the
corner of my eye. She had her head tilted back against the cabinet, her eyes
rolled up to the ceiling.
“My culture reduced to a Facebook meme. Grana would lay down
and die if she wasn’t already dead.” She closed her eyes and exhaled a hitched
“You didn’t know that? Don’t you have Facebook?” I made sure
my voice was laced with enough ladylike shock that got my desired reaction.
Sunny laughed, which was the best sound on earth in my
“The story isn’t even Native American, but the premise is
still true. Whatever emotions you feed, that is what you will become, and they
will dictate every choice, every word, every action you take. Don’t let the
hurt and anger turn to fear and bitterness. You’re too good for that.”
We were quiet again, lost in our own thoughts, I guessed. I
know I was. I couldn’t help thinking that maybe I was contributing to my own
misery. I dwelled on my father’s betrayal of our family and all the things that
had happened to me at school. I never let it go or moved on, just steadily kept
a tally of wrong doings, the anger always simmering just beneath the
“I’ll give you a real Cherokee proverb that my grana used to
say a lot. It’s funny, because she wasn’t even Native American. When she fell
in love with my grandfather, though, she said she fell in love with the
Cherokee culture. So, everything I know about being Cherokee comes from a
little old white woman,” she said the latter on a chuckle. “All right, here it
goes: don’t let yesterday use up too much of today.”
“What do you mean, that’s it, pretty boy? I thought that was
“I guess …” I couldn’t keep the grin off my face. It was
just too easy to rile her up.
I leaned toward her, studying the side of her head, and when
she gave me a wary yet confused look, I reached out to move the shiny curtain
of black hair away from her face.
She froze and asked, “What are you doing?” so quietly I
could barely hear her.
I cleared my throat, fighting back a laugh. “I’m checking to
see if your ears are green and pointed. I thought that maybe you were Yoda in
Sadie Allen lives in Texas with her family and her dog Penny. When she’s not writing, she’s reading, catching up on her favorite shows, or chasing her family around the house.