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Deep breathes Leanna!
You can do this! You’re a strong independent woman!
I looked over at the cold, indifferent man, tightly stiffened on my back. His excitement was palpable even from miles away.
It dawned on me that Cain’s idea of a date was not the usual walk in the park, candlelight for two, or cheesy romantic movies.
. . .
. . .
IT WAS A FREAKIN’ JUMPING OFF A PLANE FOR HEAVENS SAKE!
I should have known that he was holding his lust for extreme sports on our first date when he grabbed me and jumped on that waterfall. That jumping off a ten feet waterfall was a taste of what was about to come.
The strong wind was splashing violently on my face. The sun shone bright, and not one cloud was in the ocean blue Vegas sky.
I urged not to look down, but curiosity won. I almost vomited when my stomach roiled, looking fourteen thousand feet below.
The drop is too far down!
“Alright everyone, make sure everything is tight before heading out. In about a minute, we’re going to jump after young master and young miss,” Russell announced, enjoying watching my pale, nervous, trembling self.
I ignored him and paid no mind at Cedrick and Two as they stretched their limbs and tightened their equipment like it was an everyday chore.
“Leanna, is everything good with you? Do you need some time?”
Cain gently whispered behind my ears as his hand wiped the cold sweat off my forehead.
I could only shake my head. Afraid a shriek would escape my mouth if I opened it.
I nervously held my sweaty palms together while silently counting the thirty seconds before we jump. Negative thoughts continuously flashed through my brain. It was like a plague eating away my courage until my courage couldn’t take it and sprinted away from me.
Damn you courage!
I looked over at Cain and swallowed the lump in my throat as tears fell from my eyes.
“P-please don’t make me do this! Please don’t make me do this!” I cracked.
Why did I ever sign up for this? I miss being on land!
Cain didn’t even take a peek at my hysteric face. His calm gaze was on the horizon.
“Leanna . . . Will you hate me?”
I paused, stopping my frantic prattling.
His husky voice enchanted me into answering. “I . . . I can never hate you.”
Cain finally met my gaze. His face broke in a grin, soo concerning my hairs stood on end.
He then pushed me out of the plane.
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