two boys + two girls = one big mess
As girlfriends of the Taylor twins, Layna and Sherri have only been friends by association. But when Sherri breaks up with Keith (for real this time), and Kevin gives Layna a promise ring (whoa, what?), Layna's whole world spins off balance. She avoids Kevin's unwelcome pressure to commit by spending more time with Sherri.
Without the twins around, Layna and Sherri are tempted to go beyond friendship status. Then Keith tries to win Sherri back, and Kevin apologizes for rushing Layna. Now she's stuck inside a love quadrangle that has her reaching for the consolation cheesecake. The only way to sort out this mess is to make an impossible choice—between the one she wants and the other one she wants—or she might end up with no one.
We look like a couple of brunette bananas.
Sherri and I are both girlfriends of the Taylor twins, but I wouldn't say we’re friend friends. So we hadn’t discussed any details with each other about the Spring Formal tonight. We didn’t make a foursome out of shopping for dresses, or finalizing anything other than our plans for the after-party, and even that was only because it’s being held at the Taylor mansion. We’ve never so much as worn the same T-shirt on the same day before. Yet here is Sherri, sitting with me in the twins’ limo, wearing the same dress as I am.
The same. Exact. Dress.
Same sparkly, banana yellow, ankle-length, side-slit, halter-top gown. Same plunging neckline and open back (quite normal for her, but I feel next to naked). Add to this the fact we are both brunettes with tiny daisy-speckled updos, and nearly the same height and, for the love of cheesecake, we have the same white lily corsages too?
The only way I can tell the real twins apart in their tuxes is that Kevin wears glasses, not contacts like his brother. Or if Keith opens his mouth and speaks/belches/insert loud annoying thing here, then it’s quite clear who is who.
As for me and Sherri, well, my boobs fill the dress better than hers do.
- Word Count: 12,000
- Author: Lydia Sharp
- Website: Lydia Sharp
- Heat Level: 1
- ISBN: 978-1-61937-491-1
- Cover Artist: Kelly Shorten
- Editor: Tricia Schwaab