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Taking Him Down
Copyright © 2014 Kelli Wolfe
Published by Pink Parts Press
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All characters in this story are fictitious. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental. All characters depicted are 18 years of age or older.
She wasn’t supposed to be attracted to him, didn’t want to be attracted to him.
Everyone thought Noah could walk on water. “Poison” Ivy is sick of having Mr. Oh-So-Perfect Noah thrown in her face as a shining example that she should live up to.
But what if Noah wasn’t perfect at all? What if everyone found out he was harboring some extremely forbidden feelings for Ivy? It sounds like the perfect way to get even and Ivy quickly sets her plans in motion.
But things don’t go the way she expects—truth is stranger than fiction, and suddenly Ivy finds the tables turned on her. Now she’s struggling with her own feelings and a desperate longing to recapture the closeness the two of them once shared. Will she take Noah down in the name of revenge, or will she try to convince him to take her instead?
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“Why can’t you be more like Noah? Your brother managed to stay out of trouble.”
Ivy gritted her teeth and ignored the screeching of the harpy behind her. Once she reached her room she slammed the door and threw herself down on her bed. Somehow it always came back to Noah. Her stepbrother had always been the perfect one, the one she was supposed to imitate. The one she could never hope to live up to. Everyone thought Noah could walk on water.
Well, screw him. He could just be perfect in college four hours away where she didn’t have to deal with him. If she was really lucky his car would break down so he couldn’t even make it home for Thanksgiving. That would serve him and his adoring mother right!
It still wouldn’t stop her stepmother Doris from throwing his wondrousness in her face at every opportunity, though. What Ivy really needed was a way to take the shine off of his halo, to bring him down a few notches where his mother couldn’t help but notice. Then Doris would have to shut up about how amazing her precious little boy was compared to Ivy.
But what could Ivy possibly do that would tarnish Mr. Perfect?