Contemporary Romance: No Ordinary Stepbrother (New Adult, Stepbrother, Short Stories, Alpha BBW Romance, Menage Romance, MFM Romance)

BOOK: Contemporary Romance: No Ordinary Stepbrother (New Adult, Stepbrother, Short Stories, Alpha BBW Romance, Menage Romance, MFM Romance)
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No Ordinary Stepbrother

 

Contemporary Romance

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Chapter One

I remember the first time mom had told me she was dating, It was

 

with a man named Gary Hilman, He was nice and I could tell when I

 

had first meet him, that he cared for my mother a lot – more than my

 

biological father had ever cared for her. At first, just like any other

 

teenage daughter, I was concerned for my mother and a little jealous

 

that she was with someone new, and I felt a little pushed out of the

 

picture, but as I got to know Gary, he really did want me in his life,

 

and in my moms life, he cared for me just like his own.

 

Gary wasn't a bad guy, In fact I went to high school with his son

 

Michael who every one had a crush on, he was the football teams

 

rising star, the quarter back that everyone gushed on, yes, including

 

me.

 

I had a crush on Michael Hilman, and when I found out my mom

 

was dating his dad, I was even more excited than I had ever been

 

before. Who would have thought that Michael would be living in my

 

house, the very same house that I grew up in my entire life.

 

I remember when mom had told me that Gary and Michael were

 

going to move in with us, Of course, I was a bit apprehensive about it -

 

a new guy moving in that wasn't my dad, living in my child hood

 

home, It was a change for me, and I didn't like change.

 

“How long have you guys been dating?” I asked mom. Giving her the

 

whole, I'm your daughter, and you should of asked me first type

 

speech. 

 

“Six months,” Mom replied, and I looked at her with wide eyes.

 

“Six months!” I say out loud. A bit stunned that she has been hiding

 

her dating life from me, I thought we could tell each other everything.

 

“Yes baby,” Six months.

I scowled at her in annoyance.

 

“Don't give me that look Grace,”

 

“You lied to me mom, you always told me that you would tell me

 

everything, no matter what,” I say to her. I wasn't trying to make her

 

feel bad – but it was the truth, and mother had always taught me to

 

speak the truth, and say whats on my mind.

 

So in reality, I was just doing what I was told.

 

“I know Gracie,” She said. “Look, Gary is really great and he makes

 

me happy, when your father and I got divorced I was heartbroken and

 

never thought I would be able to find love again, but then Gary came

 

along and showed me that I could love again,” Mom said.

 

“For six months,” I couldn't get over the fact that they were dating for

 

six months without me knowing.

 

 

That would be like me not telling her I was pregnant for six months -

 

which for one would never happen.

 

“I know, but why do they have to live here? Michael is a jerk,”

 

“Gracie, your nineteen now, I think you can handle being an adult

 

around him no matter how much of a jerk you say he is, - the kid has

 

been through a rough time with his mother dying and everything else,”

 

That's nice, I had been having a hard time ever since my parents got

 

divorced, does that mean Gary has to have sympathy on me?

 

Probably not.

 

“Fine,” I fold my arms in front of my chest with a deep sigh.

 

Mother kissed my forehead. “Thank you baby, now go get ready for

 

dinner, Your meeting them tonight,”

 

Reluctantly, I did as I was told

 

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Dinner was possibly the worst.

 

Gary set next to my mom, kissing and holding her hand, mom giggled

 

like a cute little school girl as he kissed her teasingly, I rolled my eyes

 

and I was trying not to gag on my food while eating.

 

“Can you two do this when your alone please,” I say. Both Gary and my

 

mother looked at me, my mother mostly looking at me with a scowl.

 

Gary cleared his throat.

 

“So,” He said. As he had gone back to eating his food.

 

“Do you have any plans for school Grace?”

 

It wasn't any of his business, but why not enlighten him?

 

“Yes,” I say. As I took a sip of my drink. “I want to be a history

 

teacher,”

 

“A teacher?” He questioned my dream, and I was starting to become

 

infuriated.

“Why a teacher?”

 

I sit back in my chair and look at him directly in the eyes. “Because

 

of my grandma,” I say. “She is the one who inspired me to be a

 

teacher, she taught me, and now I want to teach others,”

 

Mom decided to chime in, and I wish she hadn't. “Gracie was home

 

schooled for a couple years, she finally decided she wanted to go to

 

a public school when she had started middle school,”

 

I sigh.

 

I wasn't going to win this.

 

“Oh,” Gary said. Almost sounding surprised.

 

“Do you mind me asking why?”

 

Before I could even speak, mom chimed in again. “She had really

 

bad anxiety attacks since the age of four, it was just too hard with her

 

anxiety to even step into a school, so I had decided to home school her

my mom was a teacher, so it wasn't hard to get one for her,”

 

“I see,” He smiled. “I wish I could have meet your mother,”

 

Yeah, right.

 

“I do to,” Mom said. “She would have loved you more than Justin,”

 

Mom chuckles, and I just roll my eyes.

 

This was the start of all my problems, when I didn't need them, I

 

gained them, and when I already had problems, more problems were

 

created.

 

So this was the start of my story, on how I had fallen in love with my

 

step brother.

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It had been a good year or so since Mom and Gary had been

 

married.  Mom and Gary were still sleeping, as I walked into

 

the kitchen with my jogging suit on and There he was - Staring at me

 

with his beautiful icy blue eyes I couldn’t help but think of him as a

 

different person, he was so perfect in every way shape or form, I didn’t

 

understand why i was feeling this way, I knew it wasn’t right because

 

after all, he was my step brother. He winked at me as he walked by,

 

slowly brushing his hand against my shoulder, I shivered as he did,

 

and closed my eyes.

 

No Grace.

 

I had to say to myself, as much as i wanted to go after him, I couldn’t.

 

 

For one our parents were home, and for another, as I said, he was my

 

 

step brother. I sighed frustrated and headed to my room as quickly as

 

 

possible, shutting the door and ran my hands through

 

my hair. His touch.

 

There was something about his touch that I had adored more than

 

 

anything, more than his eyes, it had made my heart melt. Was it

 

normal to feel this way about your own step brother? There was

 

 

 

no one I could talk to about this.

 

 

 

I lay on my bed, looking up towards the ceiling. “No more thoughts” I

 

 

 

say out loud to myself. I pulled the covers over me and looked out the

 

 

window, I saw that it had been a full moon outside. Great.

 

 

A Full moon.

 

The legend says people do crazy things on a full moon, and its here for

 

the next day or so, lets just hope that nothing happens, like I know

 

 

Michael wants it to.

 

My mind was already corrupted with the thoughts of him touching me

 

and kissing me. I stopped and closed my eyes, falling asleep.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter Two

The next morning had come.

 

A headache pounding in my head I woke up and heard Michael blare

 

his music listening to the band
Paramore,
it was one of the main

 

things we had in common, was our taste in music. I listened to

 

everything and anything, even classical, however, he doesn't, its

 

alternative music for him, or its metal.

 

Not that music choices really mattered to me in a guy – For two years

 

now, I had been single, my boyfriend cheated on me with my best

 

friend, and I hadn't talked to either one of the senses, and I really

 

didn't care to, since then, I haven't had any “feelings” for anyone

 

because I was afraid of getting hurt again.

 

I looked out the window of my room and saw mom and Gary had

 

gotten in the car and left. Where they were going, I was unsure, but I

 

honestly didn't care at this point what they did anymore, I had to

 

worry about my life and what I was going to do about my future, I had

a lot riding on my future, and I couldn't screw it up.

 

“Great,” I say out-loud to myself. With a small sigh as I sat back on

 

my bed.

 

I’m home alone with him. Being home alone with him was not my idea

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