Childhood_sweethearts stories, books, poems, and more

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"I planned to propose to her on the beach where we grew up together, under the stars that silently listened to our hopes and dreams when we were young, next to the waves that served as witness to our first kiss." Read More

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Elizabeth and Elijah find out how the other has felt after years apart. Many turns from the time without each other may haunt them forever. Read More
A section by section love story, following two kids throughout their lives. (Based loosely on my own life; some sections are going to be verbatim.) Read More

Book / Romance

March 14, 2011

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Katie Ambrose moved to Maryland when she was six years old with her family. But after ten years she comes back to Michigan and expects many changes. She sees many obstacles coming her way but is she ready to fight them? With her friends and family with her Katie thinks… Read More

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*Completed* When Riley Parker finds her High-School sweetheart Chase Smith (who also broke her heart and misused her trust) again, she quickly realizes she is just as in love with him now as she was then. But can she risk getting her heart broken again? Maybe she won't have a… Read More

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There's no need for the police. There's no need for a P.I. At least there isn't when Maxine Evans and Jim Grady are on the case. Childhood sweethearts who have been solving mysteries for about eleven years have finally met their match. It doesn't matter that they were able to… Read More

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He was pressing lots of kisses all over her neck. She brought her hand away from his shirt and into the hair by his neck. Read More
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