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Abbi Glines

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Misbehaving

Chapter One

JESS


I should’ve known better. But I was an idiot. All it had ever taken from Hank was one pitiful bat of his eyelashes and a pout, and I came running. Well, not anymore. I’d forgiven him for becoming someone’s baby daddy. But there was only so much a girl could forgive.

Hank Granger had just screwed me over for the last time. I wasn’t one to be a doormat. My momma had taught me better than that. It was time I stopped letting our history play on my emotions. He was nothing close to being a real man. The boy I’d grown up loving had become a low-down good-for-nothing. He’d never settle down, and I was done letting him trample all over my heart.

He thought parking his pimped-out truck behind the bar was smart. The boy should know better than to think I wouldn’t know where to look. Jackass. I’d found him, all right. We were supposed to have gone out tonight. He had promised me dinner. A real date. But then he’d called two hours ago and canceled, saying he wasn’t feeling good. Being the dutiful girlfriend, I’d decided to make him some soup and take it over to him. Big surprise that he wasn’t there. Not really. I think deep down I’d known he was lying.

I stepped out of the trees I’d walked through for over a mile, and into the darkness of the back of the local bar, Live Bay. I didn’t want my truck to be seen here tonight, and it would be easier to run on foot into the darkness if I needed to make a fast getaway.

I gripped the baseball bat I’d borrowed from my cousin Rock two weeks ago when I’d had to go pick Momma up from work because her car wouldn’t start. Three in the morning outside a strip club wasn’t exactly safe. Momma kept a gun, but I didn’t have a clue how to use it. When I had asked her to teach me, she’d laughed and said that I’d end up shooting Hank’s balls off one night in a fit of rage and refused. Not because she cared for Hank, but because she didn’t want me in jail.

Feeling the weight of the bat in my hands, I smiled. This bad boy would do some serious damage. Then there was the knife in my pocket. The paint job was also going to hell, and if I had time, all four tires were going down.

As I walked around the truck that Hank had pampered and treated like a damn baby for the past four years, a sense of power ran through me. He’d hurt me over and over again. This time I was going to hurt him. Me. Not Rock. Me.

I checked the dark area around me and made sure no one was out here. The busting of the glass was going to make some noise. I wasn’t sure how much I could get away with before someone caught me. Hopefully, the local band, Jackdown, would keep everyone inside entertained enough that no one would leave anytime soon.

Biting back the roar of victory I could feel pumping through my veins, I held the bat back as I shifted my feet and focused on his driver’s side door window. It was going to be the first to go. With all the anger and pain that had consumed me since the first moment I’d found out the boy I’d loved since I was ten years old had been sleeping around on me, I swung the bat. The ski mask I was wearing protected my face. The laughter bubbling up in my chest burst free, and I continued to shatter every window on his pretty little truck.

High on revenge, I reached into my pocket and pulled out my knife and flipped it open. I decided to write a few choice words in the paint job with my sharp blade, then bent down to jam it into the front tire.

“Hey!” a deep voice called out, and I froze. It wasn’t Hank, but it was someone.

I picked my bat back up and pulled the knife out of the tire before breaking into a sprint back into the woods. He’d never catch me, but I still needed to get this stupid mask off so I could see. Running into a tree and knocking myself out wasn’t exactly a great getaway plan.

The sound of feet hitting the pavement let me know I was being chased. Well, shit. Not what I needed. I was having so much fun. Hank deserved that. He did. He was a rat bastard. I did not want to go to jail over this. Plus my momma would be pissed.

“Hey!” the deep voice called out again. What did he expect me to do? Stop and let him catch me? Not likely.

Other voices came from the distance. Great. He was drawing a crowd. I turned off the path I’d followed earlier and headed deeper into the woods. I wouldn’t have this cover for long. I’d be coming out onto a back road in a few more feet. I couldn’t get my truck because it was outside my momma’s house. I needed everyone to think that was where I was. I’d have to stay on foot and beat anyone there. Dang it.

I couldn’t hear the sound of anyone else’s feet hitting the ground, so either I’d lost them or they were talented in the art of stealth. Breaking out of the wooded area, I stopped on the side of the road. It was deserted.

Glancing back, I saw no one. Hank would know who to come looking for, but he would have no proof. Smiling, I took a deep breath. That would be the end of us. Finally. After what I’d done, Hank would never forgive me, so I wouldn’t be tempted to go running back to him. He’d hate me now as much as I hated him.

“JESS!” Hank’s familiar voice roared. Spinning around, I couldn’t see him, but I could hear him running through the woods behind me. Shit. Shit. Shit. He’d come after me. How’d he find out so fast? Panicking, I looked around to see where I could run to hide from him. There was nothing but miles and miles of road. No houses, nothing.

Headlights came around the corner, and I did the only thing I could think of: I ran out into the middle of the road and started waving my arms in the air, still holding on to Rock’s bat.

The car started slowing down and cut the bright lights. Thank God.

Wait . . . was that a Porsche? What the hell?

JASON


All I could see was a girl dressed in tight black clothing with lots of long blond hair, and she was standing in the middle of the road . . . holding a baseball bat. Only in Alabama did stuff like this happen. Stopping before I hit her, I watched as she ran over to the passenger-side door and knocked. The wild, panicked look in her eyes might have been disturbing if they weren’t a bright, clear blue with thick black lashes. I pressed the unlock button, and she jerked the door open and climbed inside.

“Go! Go! Go!” she demanded. She didn’t even look my way. Her eyes were focused on something outside. I turned my attention to the side of the road, where she was watching with such intensity. There was nothing. . . . Then a guy came bursting out of the woods with an angry snarl on his face and I understood. No wonder she was terrified. The guy was huge and looked ready to murder someone.

I shifted gears and took off before he got any closer.

“Oh my god, thank you. That was so close.” She let out a sigh of relief and leaned her head on the headrest.

“Should I take you to the police station?” I asked, glancing over at her. Had he attacked her before she’d gotten free?

“Definitely not. They’ll probably be looking for me in about ten minutes. I need you to take me home. Momma will cover for me, but I gotta get there quick.”

They’d be looking for her? Her mom would cover for her? What?

“It ain’t like he’s got any proof. The only thing I dropped was the ski mask, and it was a cheapo I bought at the Goodwill a couple of Halloweens ago. Not something he can trace back to me.”

I slowed the Porsche down as her words started sinking in. I hadn’t just saved a girl from being attacked. If I understood this babbling correctly, I had just become the getaway car driver.

“Why’re you slowing down? I need to get to my momma, like, now. She’s just two miles from here. You go up to County Road Thirty-Four and turn right, and then you take it about three-fourths of a mile to Orange Street and take a left. It’s the third house on the right.”

Shaking my head, I pulled over to the side of the road. “I’m not going any farther until you tell me exactly what it is I’m helping you escape from.” I glanced down at her baseball bat tucked between her legs, then up at her face. Even in the darkness I could tell she was one of those ridiculously gorgeous southern blondes. It was like the South had some special ingredient to raise them like that down here.

She let out a frustrated sigh and blinked rapidly, causing tears to fill her eyes. She was good. Real good. Those pretty tears were almost believable.

“It’s a really long story. By the time I explain everything, we’ll have been caught and I’ll be spending the night in jail. Please, please, please just take me to my house. We’re so close,” she pleaded. Yeah, she was a major looker. Too bad she was also bad news.

“Tell me one thing: Why do you have a baseball bat?” I needed something. If she’d knocked someone unconscious back there, then I couldn’t help her get away. They could be injured or dead.

She ran her hand through her hair and grumbled. “Okay, okay, fine. But understand that he deserved it.”

Shit. She had knocked someone out.

“I smashed all the windows in my ex-boyfriend’s truck.”

“You did what?” I couldn’t have heard her correctly. That did not happen in real life. Country songs, yes. Real life, no way.

“He’s a cheating bastard. He deser...

Revue de presse

"Abbi Glines writes hot guys who leap off the page - or at least you wish they would." Tammara Webber, bestselling author of Easy
"Each as sizzling as the one before. We love." Cosmo
"Abbi is one of the stars of the… New Adult market" The Sun
"Sexual tension is woven through every page" Sunday Express
"Packed with impossibly hot men, heart-racing chemistry and sizzling sex, it's bound to satisfy." Reveal.co.uk
"More oiled up abs and beautiful boys than you can count" Sugarscape --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 So close to home for the slummers! Absolutely Beautiful! 17 décembre 2013
Par Christine - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Squeeeee!!!!!!

I seriously did not freaking blink when I got this downloaded in my kindle!!!!!
It came out three in a half hours ago and I'm already done.

I can't believe it ended like that. No cliff hanger but dang it! I wanted even more!!!!!

Golly this book was SO GOOD and I laughed, sobbed, almost threw my kindle and then I cried and then I laughed happy laughs and cried happy tears.

This book is a feel good book, especially for those of us that have had to live the slum life. I lived in a trailer park, my mom was a bartender, my mom and my older sister were teen moms.... So this story hit home so much for me. I want a happily ever after, and this book shows that we, the slum of America, do deserve better than what we think we do.

Power to Abbi G! My favorite author of all time. Thank you for writing this because I honestly didn't know how much I needed it until I cried it out.... At that one scene where she makes that awful, puke worthy phone call.

Amazing story line and amazing book.

This book teaches us not to settle, because there are people out there who are willing to fight for us!!!! (And also just because you have money doesn't make you better than everyone else, it just makes you richer!)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Another great addition to the Sea Breeze series 17 décembre 2013
Par readingjunkie1978 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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As always Abbi Glines doesn't disappoint, loved reading this new story as Jason has always been a favorite and It was awesome seeing Jess' character develop. The bonus is we get to also catch up with old characters we love. Just wish we didn't have to wait so long for the next one!!!
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 sorry 18 janvier 2014
Par vickie - Publié sur Amazon.com
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this is the least liked in my opinion in this series of sea breeze , maybe the story or the characters? I don't know, but I don't liked it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Autumn Review for Misbehaving 17 décembre 2013
Par The Autumn Review - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I feel like I've been waiting a long time for Jason's book. I've always just generally liked him. I can't quite say that I loved him the same way I love Cage, but Jason has a certain appeal that draws you in. Well, we got to see lots of his appeal and more. Finding out more about Jason was eye opening for me and...I did end up falling in love with him.

Earlier this year, Glines sent me a little piece of something new she was working on and after I read it I knew immediately that I would like the heroine. That heroine was Jess. She is unlike any other girl that Glines has written before. She's feisty, a fighter and confident, but there's also a side to Jess that not many people see. Jess's family dynamic was interesting to me. Her mother is a stripper. However, her mother has always taught her that she shouldn't settle for just any guy. I won't say that her mom's choices were great, but I did feel like Jess learned a lot about relationships from her mom. And while her mother's message was meant to be good, it ended up making Jess question her relationships and settle for what she felt she could get. Ultimately, Jess just wanted to be loved. She wanted to be cherished by someone who understood and accepted who she is.

I don't really want to go into the details of what happens in the book, but I will tell you that Jason enters Jess's life exactly when he's supposed to. After years of dealing with an unfaithful ex, Jess has had enough. Needless to say what she does is a bit aggressive, but it also made me laugh. And it was that situation that caused Jason and Jess to meet. From the moment they met, there was chemistry. Jason wanted to know more about the firecracker that hopped into his car. He also wanted to make most of his time in Sea Breeze. So, what starts out as a hot fling to pass the time, turns into more.

As much as I appreciated getting to know Jess, I really loved getting to know Jason. He's always lived in his brother's shadow. He also has to live up to some pretty hefty expectations from his family. Jason is supposed to be the Ivy Leaguer; the politician. His mother in particular has a very certain idea about the kind of girl he should up with. And guess what? Jess isn't exactly what she had in mind. But, Jason has his own plans. There were things about Jason that I was surprised to find out. And I was impressed with how he dealt with his family in the end. I want to briefly mention his relationship with Jax too. I liked how close they were and I love that Jax was so supportive of Jason. He knew the kind of pressure Jason dealt with and he was always there to help. I'll also say that Jason upset me many times throughout the book. But, I had faith that he would make the right choices. My very favorite thing about Jason...was that he got the chance to be the Knight in Shining Armor. For once, someone saw him as the hero and I think he needed that just as much as Jess needed to be rescued.

I feel like I have to mention Krit. Why? Well, I've been wanting him to have his own book for a long time now. There's just something about Krit that gets to me. And Krit plays a big part in this story. He and Jess have always been very good friends, but there was a bit more there too. Krit has been one of the only men in Jess's life that has been a constant. He really stood by Jess when she needed it. I loved that about him. He has an interesting story to tell and I can't wait to read more about him.

Overall, I loved it! Misbehaving has a bit of a different feel than the other books in this series. It's uniquely Jason and Jess. That said, I also loved seeing the whole Sea Breeze crew in bits too and I love how their circle of friends and family intertwined. It was great! If you are a fan of this series, you won't be disappointed. Jason Stone will make your heart melt!

Side note: I absolutely loved the Gilmore Girls and I loved the references to the show throughout the book.

Quotes: (actual quotes may differ since this was a beta copy)
~"Thank you," I said looking up at him and deciding that I could get used to this.
"For what?" he asked with a confused look on his face.
"For opening my door," I replied.
His eyes went wide and he stared at me a second then leaned forward. "Jess, if guys don't open doors for you then they aren't worth your time. No need to thank me."-Loc 401

~"I think he loves me. He hasn't said it but he treats me like no one ever has. He acts like he can't live without me and he never makes me feel unworthy or not good enough. She looked back at me. "I'm enough for him. Don't mess it up for me. Because I'd hurt him for you. And in the end you'd hurt me."-Loc 2025

~I never expected to fall in love, but then I never imagined anyone like Jess. She was one beautiful contradiction.-Loc
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 I found this one boring 18 décembre 2013
Par Kindle Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I love you Abbi, your writing is excellent and no matter how boring... you make me finish my books. This story was boring, and it may be, because there was not enough character development for me with Jason, I wanted more emotions out of him.. I did not like how another character had more emotions for Jess and it took up a large part of the middle. It felt awkward to me.
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