Scornfully Yours:Torn Series 1

By: Pamela Ann


“All the diversity, all the charm, and all the beauty of life are made up of light and shade.”

-Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina

It’s official! I’ve fallen hopelessly in love with Carter after dating him for only a couple of months.

It isn’t easy to come to terms with this realization knowing, with full certainty, that Carter Mason will not like this fact. He’ll most likely just drop me like a hot potato the moment he finds out.

In the very beginning, he was quite clear about emphasizing his feelings on love and relationships. “I don’t do any of the hearts and butterflies shit, Em. I don’t do love or the happily ever after shit either.”

Yep, that’s what he said, and I went ahead and jumped into bed with him.

What woman would fall for a playboy who loathes the idea of love? I sure wasn’t going to. Or so I thought.

Carter is the University of California–Santa Barbara’s (or UCSB)–star forward player on the soccer team. He’s only a junior and he still has another year to graduate but scouts from professional teams all over the world have come to watch him play. They say he’s the next ‘big thing’. He’s that good!

Carter’s tall, dark, and handsome. He has thick killer thighs and the nicest bottom you’ll ever see. Not to mention the fact that he’s dynamite between the sheets and the sweetest (if he’s in the mood) boyfriend. Everyone adores Carter and when he wanted to date me, there was no chance in the universe to even consider saying no.

Lindsey, his sister and my roommate, was over the moon when we started dating. Although, I didn’t mention what her brother’s ‘terms’ were in our relationship. I’m sure that if she knew, she wouldn’t think it was ‘love at first sight,’ but more like ‘lust at first glance’.

In the beginning, his rules were great, perfect even.

I mean, I couldn’t have agreed more to them.

Who would want to be tied down with a serious relationship when you’re in college anyway? I certainly didn’t.

I’ve seen many women drop classes or quit a semester because they were too hurt and too heartbroken to continue going to school. I certainly didn’t want to become one of them, so Carter’s thing made sense.

It did, until I fell in love with him.

And now, I’m not too sure anymore.

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