Picking up her tea, Sarah heard the ring of a bell and looked towards the front door. Nothing couldve prepared her for what she saw, Caleb Wheatherton. She blinked thinking she must be mistaken. She hadnt seen him since their first year of college.MorePicking up her tea, Sarah heard the ring of a bell and looked towards the front door.
Nothing couldve prepared her for what she saw, Caleb Wheatherton. She blinked thinking she must be mistaken. She hadnt seen him since their first year of college. But it was him. The years had been kind to him, and the gym. His clothes clung to his muscular body and his hair seemed as blonde as when he was younger. Unwillingly, pain shot through her. Hed been her first love. Thered been a time when theyd been inseparable. She smiled at him and a small part of her was afraid he wouldnt remember her, but his blue eyes lit up with recognition and he returned her smile as he walked towards her.She longed to touch him.
Knowing this was wrong wouldn’t stop her. She felt guilty for not feeling guilty. His lips grazed her ear sending shivers through her again. And as he spoke the words, “Open your eyes,” the depth of his voice filled the air enveloping her like a thick fog. Slowly she opened them and found his - blue, like the sky on a summer day with a hint of mischievousness in them - full of desire.
Standing still she let her eyes roam over him. His skin was sun-kissed and his body rock hard from years of hard work in the open air. She devoured the sight of him, her need becoming consuming. His smile was all-knowing, and she wondered if she was playing with fire.Every choice in life requires you to surrender.
How much you surrender depends on your choice.Things are about to get chaotic for Sarah. Having doubts about her struggling marriage to Nicholas, she runs into Caleb, her first love, who she hasnt seen in over twenty years. And suddenly, her doubt is even bigger as feelings she thought were long gone suddenly resurface.