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Stay with Me - J. Lynn - dokument [*.pdf] Dedication Always for the readers. Without all of you, this story wouldn't be in your hands now. Contents Dedication One. Stay with Me book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. At 21, Calla hasn't done a lot of things. She's never been kissed. Read Stay with Me (Wait for You, #3) Online Book by J. Lynn Download PDF Epub Kindle.

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A friend. My brothers saving grace. And the source of my crush. But then a year ago, right at the start of my senior year in high school, when Jase had tagged along when Cam had visited home, hed become something very complicated. Something that a part of me wanted nothing more than to 2 forget about.

But the other part of me refused to let go of the memory of his lips against mine or how his hands had felt skimming over my body or the way he had groaned my name like it had caused him exquisite pain.

Oh goodness My cheeks heated behind my sunglasses at the vivid memory and I turned my face to the window, half tempted to roll it down and stick my head out.

I so needed to pull it together. If Cam ever discovered that Jase had kissed me, he would murder him and hide his body on a rural road like this one.

And that would be a damn shame. My brain emptied of anything to say, and I so needed a distraction right now. The perspiration from the tea and my own trembling hands was making it hard to hold on to the cup. I couldve asked Cam about Avery and that wouldve worked, because he loved talking about Avery.

I couldve asked about his classes or how he was back in training for United tryouts in the spring, but all I could do was think about the fact that I was nally going to see Jase in a situation where he couldnt run away from me. Which was what hed been doing the rst full week of classes. Thick trees on either side of the road started to thin out, and through them, green pastures became visible. Cam turned onto a narrow road. The truck bounced on the potholes, making my stomach queasy.

My brows lowered as we passed between two brown poles. A large corneld greeted us, but the stalks were dry and yellow, appearing as if they were days away from withering up and dying.

Beyond them, several large horses grazed behind a wooden fence that was missing many of 3 its middle panels. Cows roamed over most of the property to the left, fat and happy looking. As we drew closer, an old barn came into view a scary old barn, like the one in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre, complete with the creepy rooster compass thing swiveling on the roof.

Several yards beyond the barn was a two- story home. The white walls were gray, and even from the truck, I could tell there was more paint peeling than there was on the house. Blue tarp covered several sections of the roof, and a chimney looked like it was half crumbling.

Red dusty bricks were stacked along the side of the house, as if someone had started to repair the chimney but grew bored and gave up.

There was also a cemetery of broken- down cars behind the barn, a sea of rusted- out trucks and sedans. Shock rippled through me as I sat up a bit straighter. This was Jases farm? For some reason, I pictured something a little more Cam parked the truck a few feet back from the barn and killed the engine.

He glanced over at me, following my stare to the house. Unlocking his seat belt, he sighed. His parents had a really hard time a few years back and theyre just now getting on their feet. Jase tries to help with the farm and stuff, but as you can see The farm needed more help than Jase could provide.

I blinked. Cam laughed. Thats nice of you to say. My ngers tightened around the cup in defense. It is. Uh- huh. He ipped his baseball cap around, shielding his eyes.

Tufts of black hair poked out of the back rim. I started to speak, but movement I saw out of the corner of my eye caught my attention. Racing out from the side of the barn, a little boy seated in a miniature John Deere tractor hooted and hollered. His chubby arms were bone straight as his hands gripped the 4 steering wheel.

A mop of curly brown hair shone under the bright August sun. Pushing the tractor from behind was Jase, and even though I could barely hear him, I was sure that he was making engine noises. They bounced along the uneven gravel and ground. Jase laughed as his little brother shouted, Faster! Go faster! Jase appeased his brother, pushing the tractor so it zigged and zagged to a stop in front of the truck as Jack squealed, clenching the steering wheel.

Plumes of dust ew into the air.

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And then Jase straightened. Oh wow-wee.

My mouth dropped open. Nothing in this world couldve made me look away from the splendor before me. Jase was shirtless and his skin glistened with sweat. I wasnt sure what ethnicity he had in his family background. There had to be something Spanish or Mediterranean, because he had a natural tan skin tone that remained that way all year- round.

As he walked around the tractor, his muscles did fascin ating things rippling and tightening. His pecs were perfectly formed and his shoulders were broad. He had the kind of muscles one got from lifting bales of hay. Boy was ripped. His stomach muscles tensed with each step. He had a very distinctive six- pack. Totally touchable. His jeans hung in decently low low enough that I wondered if he had on anything underneath the faded denim. It was the rst time I ever saw the full extent of his tattoo.

Ever since Id known him, Id caught glimpses of it peeking out from the collar on his left shoulder and from under a shirtsleeve. I never even knew what it was until now.

The tat was massive an endless knot shaded in deep black, starting at the base of his neck, looping and twisting 5 over his left shoulder and halfway down his arm. At the bottom, two loops opposite each other reminded me of snakes curling up and facing each other. It was a perfect t for him. A ush spread across my cheeks and traveled down my throat as I dragged my gaze back up, mouth dry as the desert.

Sinewy muscles in his arms exed as he lifted Jack out of the drivers seat, holding him in the air above his head. He spun around in a circle, laughing deeply as Jack shrieked and ailed.

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As Cam opened the drivers door, Jase sat Jack down on the ground and yelled at my brother, but I had no idea what he said.

He straightened again, dropping his hands onto his hips. His eyes squinted as he stared into the truck. Jase was absolutely gorgeous. You couldnt say that about a lot of p eople in real life. Maybe celebrities or rock stars, but it was rare to see someone as stunning as he was.

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His hair, the color of rich russet, was a mess of waves falling into his face. His cheekbones were broad and well dened.

Lips were full and could be quite expressive. A hint of stubble shaded the strong curve of his jaw. He didnt have dimples like Cam or me, but when he did smile, he had one of the biggest, most beautiful smiles Id ever seen on a guy.

He wasnt smiling right now. Oh no, he was staring into the truck, head cocked to the side. Parched as I was, I took a sip of the sweet tea as I stared through the windshield, absolutely enthralled by all the baby- making potential on display before me. Not that I was in the way of making babies, but I could totally get behind some practice runs.

Dude, thats his drink. I ushed, lowering the cup. Not that it mattered.

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Wasnt like Jase and I hadnt swapped spit before. On the other side of the windshield, Jase mouthed the word shit and spun around. Was he going to run away?

Oh hell to the no. I had his sweet tea! In a hurry, I unhooked my seat belt and pushed open the door. My foot slipped out of my ip- op, and because Cam just had to have a redneck truck, one that was several feet off the ground, there was a huge difference between where I was and where the ground was.

Yes, there are cautions and considerations to make, but once there has been genuine illumination, beware the temptation to retreat from a good thing.

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If it was right when you prayed about it and trusted it and lived for it, it is right now. You can find an apartment. You can win over your mother-in-law.

You can sell your harmonica and therein fund one more meal. He wants everyone to be miserable like unto himself. Face your doubts. Master your fears. To help us make our way through these experiences, these important junctures in our lives, let me draw from another scriptural reference to Moses. It was given in the early days of this dispensation when revelation was needed, when a true course was being set and had to be continued.

Virtually everyone in the room knows the formula for revelation given in section 9 of the Doctrine and Covenants—you know, the verses about studying it out in your mind and the Lord promising to confirm or deny. God will teach us in a reasonable way and in a revelatory way—mind and heart combined, by the Holy Ghost. Or the example from the book of Moses we just used? Or the vision of the brother of Jared? Here he had another purpose in mind.

Usually we think of revelation as information. Just open the books to us, Lord, like: What was the political significance of the Louisiana Purchase or the essence of the second law of thermodynamics? It is obvious that when you see those kinds of questions on a test paper, you need revelation.

Someone said prayer will never be eliminated from the schools so long as there are final examinations. First of all, revelation almost always comes in response to a question, usually an urgent question—not always, but usually. In that sense it does provide information, but it is urgently needed information, special information. There were chariots behind them, sand dunes on every side, and just a lot of water immediately ahead. In this case it was literally a matter of life and death.

You will need information, too, but in matters of great consequence it is not likely to come unless you want it urgently, faithfully, humbly.

If you can seek that way, and stay in that mode, not much that the adversary can counter with will dissuade you from a righteous path.

You can hang on, whatever the assault and affliction, because you have paid the price to—figuratively, at least—see the face of God and live. Like Moses in his vision, there may come after the fact some competing doubts and some confusion, but they will pale when you measure them against the real thing.

Remember the real thing. Remember how urgently you have needed help in earlier times and that you got it. The Red Sea will open to the honest seeker of revelation. He cannot conquer if we will it otherwise.

That is lesson number one about crossing the Red Sea, your Red Seas, by the spirit of revelation. Lesson number two is closely related to it. It is that in the process of revelation and in making important decisions, fear almost always plays a destructive, sometimes paralyzing role.

Every one of us runs the risk of fear. You do, and I do. That is exactly the problem that beset the children of Israel at the edge of the Red Sea.

That is lesson number two. It has everything to do with holding fast to earlier illumination. We must have been wrong. What about the miracles that got you here? What about the frogs and the lice? Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled Page Flip: Enabled Audible book: Audible book Switch back and forth between reading the Kindle book and listening to the Audible book with Whispersync for Voice.

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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I just finished reading Stay with Me and I admit to feeling sad and so disappointed and I'm trying to figure out why. This book is the third in the Wait for You series and it's about Calla, Teresa's friend.

She's had it tough - lost most of her family so young, has scars on her face and body and just before the summer of her senior year, she discovered how her mom drained their bank account and caused her to be thousands of dollars in debt. So she goes back to her hometown only to find out that her mom's been missing for about a month.

She decides to wait it out and work at her mom's bar, earn some money. There she gets friendly with the handsome bartender Jax, who likes her despite her facial scars and her druggie mother. He introduces her to a lot of firsts and he does his best to take care of her because even with her background, Calla seemed very innocent and lost.

Thinking back, I realized my disappointment stems from the fact that I just didn't like the story. I found it over the top in some parts, a bit boring in others and over all just incredulous.

There was too much drama after another going on, that the story got bogged down. So much so that there were moments I was either rolling my eyes or was skipping parts. And on the romance side, I also felt no interest on seeing where Jax and Calla's relationship was leading I know Jax was supposed to be this likable hot hero but he fell short. He acted like a player who talks a good game but is just a condescending older guy that lies and can't be counted on.

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All in all, I feel really let down with Stay with Me. It had a huge potential but it just felt flat. I expected so much especially since J Lynn said it was her fave book but I seriously doubt that I will be continuing with this seriesHe's not a man to be taken lightly, and Jules Montgomery is about to find out just how he responds to being pushed aside after the best night of sex he's ever had.

This was Jases farm? Winning the lead role in a wide-release film — opposite the very hot Reid Alexander — should be a dream come true. I was going to crash and burn in front of Jase and end up with tea all over my head.

Oh shit.

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