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She holds her arms, which closes my jacket and takes that beautiful sliver of heaven away from me. “We’re stuck here, aren’t we? Like, we’re really stuck here.”

I look around and sigh. I hate myself for putting her in this position. I hate that I ripped her out of her life and trapped her on a desert island, but if I’m being honest with myself, I’m glad that she’s here. I’m glad that I have her all to myself. I’m thankful for this opportunity to make this incredible girl mine.

“What are we supposed to do?” she says, starting to freak out. “Where are we going to sleep? What are we supposed to eat and drink? I mean, I like mangoes, but I don’t want to eat just that for the rest of my life! I’ll never see my parents again or be able to watch TV. Season four of Stranger Things hasn’t come out yet! How am I going to find out what happens?”

Her chin quivers and I go to her. I wrap my arms around her and she crumples into my chest. Her body shakes as she cries.

“I’ll take care of you,” I whisper, vowing it to her with every shred of my being. “I’ll get you off of this island, but until I can figure out how to do that, I’ll take care of you.”

She sucks in a breath and then pushes away. Her eyes harden as she stares up at me with a fierce determined gaze. “I think I’ve had enough of you taking care of me.”

My heart twists in my chest. I wince in agony as she pulls the jacket tight around her and marches away.

I take a deep breath and follow her, giving her some distance, but staying close enough to keep her safe. I don’t know what else is on this island and I’m not about to let her out of my sight until I find out. She can be mad at me all she wants, but her safety still comes first.

We emerge from the jungle at the base of the small mountain. It would be considered a mountain in North Dakota and a hill in Colorado. There are some shrubs and large rocks on it, but no trees. I bet it offers a spectacular view from the top. I picture Molly standing up there with the sun on her cheeks and the wind in her hair and my lips curl up into a smile.

She turns back and looks at me for the first time since she stormed away. She huffs out a breath and shakes her head. “Why are you following me?”

“I think we should stick together.”

“You’re a murderer. And a liar.”

“Maybe, but I want to keep you safe. We need each other to survive.”

She rolls her eyes and then starts up the mountain. I follow her up.

“That’s a good spot to make a camp,” I say, pointing out a natural flat part of the mountain. It’s sheltered from the sun by the mountain and away from the trees. It’s also cool with a nice breeze and the view is not bad at all. We could make a fire pit over there and figure out some bedding to set up over here. It’s ideal.

“We’re camping together now?”

“Do you want to sleep out here alone?”

She gulps as she looks at me with wide eyes. “No…”

“Then we’re camping together.”

“Fine,” she says in an annoyed tone. “You set up the camp and I’ll check out the top of this mountain.”

I want to follow her—I want to follow her for the rest of her life—but I stay rooted to the spot and watch her hiking up the mountain. The bottom of my jacket rests on the back of her thighs, but every few seconds, a gust of wind lifts it up, giving me a quick delicious view of her ass.

My cock grows long and hard, desperate for some kind of release.

I moan as I watch her walk around the mountain. A heavy sense of loss hits me in my gut when she disappears around it.

She’s mine.

I’m already fully obsessed with this girl and I’m determined to make her realize she belongs to me.

The need to have her is overwhelming. It’s stifling.

I need to hear her lustful moans in my ear. I need to feel her fingernails raking up my back. I need to feel the soft warm heat of her tight little pussy squeezing my cock. I need to feel her back arching as I cum deep in her cunt.

I need to claim her. I need to breed her.

I need all of her.

And I’m not sure how long I can wait.

Chapter Five


My stomach growls as I watch Blake cook the fish over the fire. It smells so good. He started a fire with sticks, set up some bedding with big pieces of moss he pulled up by the river, found some avocados, and caught a fish. Meanwhile, I hiked to the top of the mountain, screamed my guts out in frustration, had a nice long self-pity sob session, and then came back down.

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