Quotes from Aftermath

Cara Dee ·  211 pages

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“To hell and back with you.”
― Cara Dee, quote from Aftermath

“They're not gay people. They're people. It's pretty darn simple.”
― Cara Dee, quote from Aftermath

“I know I'm not normal, but I'm not fucking stupid.”
― Cara Dee, quote from Aftermath

“I know I'm not normal, but I'm not fucking stupid."

"Define normal," Austin countered quietly, meeting Cam in the doorway. "And for not being normal, you're the only person in the world who makes sense right now. What does that say about me?”
― Cara Dee, quote from Aftermath

“could've understood wanting Cam as a security blanket after everything they'd been through, but that wasn’t it. Austin fucked the man under him harder and faster, not because it provided comfort, but because he fucking loved him. He didn’t know if he'd fallen completely; he didn’t feel like reading into it anyway, but he finally knew where he was headed—where this was headed. "Let me make you come." He kissed Cam 'til they were both breathless. Austin was on the brink of orgasm, too. "Christ." He sucked on Cam's bottom lip as his balls drew up and tightened, as the familiar tingling sensation traveled down his spine, and as he buried his cock deep in Cam's ass over and over and over. "Close," Cam gritted”
― Cara Dee, quote from Aftermath

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Cara Dee
Born place: in Sweden
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