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Copyright (c) 2015 Kennedy Kelly


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This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents are the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events, locales, organizations, or persons living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

Cover Design © Alexis Art Book Covers, Anna Crosswell

Photography: LJ Photography (Lance Jones)

Cover Models: Lance Jones and Jami Watts

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Table of Contents



Saturday Morning

Saturday Early Afternoon

Saturday Evening

Very Late Saturday Night

Sunday Morning

Sunday Early Afternoon

Monday Evening

The Next Morning


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This book is dedicated to you the reader. This is a gift from me to you, wishing you the happiest holiday season. I can’t thank each and every one of you for taking the time to read my words and bringing my story into your life. I loved writing this story about three roommates, it was so much fun. Hopefully they will bring as much joy to you as they have to me.


Warmest Holiday Wishes,


XoXo Kennedy


“Damn it, Nathan, you heathen!” I swatted my roommate Nathan on his arm while my eyes lingered on the way he gulped down the cool liquid. It was sexy as hell, but I was still miffed. “I was going to have some of that milk with breakfast.” He pulled the jug away and darted out his tongue licking his lips. I nearly convulsed on the floor it was so hot.

“Sorry.” He gave me his goofy lopsided grin that I loved so much and winked. “You know you still love me.” He was such a flirt. Not a player, but a flirt and I loved that about him. I could flirt with him for hours. My eyes were consumed with his hard as steel body and the tattoos that were inked into his perfect skin. I wanted to trace them with my tongue. I sighed and tried to squelch the desire that was pooling inside of me. We were just friends, roommates, and best friends.


But, damn, did I love him. So much that I thought my heart was going to explode sometimes. Thinking about it had my heart constricting against my ribs at a fast pace. He made my blood pump and my body tingle. But he didn’t know this, I would never ruin what we had. We were best friends, a trio; Nathan, our other roommate Travis, and I. You asked to hang out with one of us, you got us all. We were never far from one another and always traveled together.

One would think I was crazy for living with two guys, but I’m not. It was actually really great. I don’t have to fight over a bathroom with anyone, and there’s no drama. But there are always shenanigans. We lived to be crazy and play pranks on one another.

“That means we’re going to have to go to the grocery store later.” I tsked at him.

“Did you say we’re going to the store later?” Travis rushed into the kitchen and joined us. His smile was large, his eyes bright. If I wasn’t looking, I would have guessed his tongue would have been hanging from his mouth. He loved food. When I say he loved it, I meant it. He ate everything in sight, all the time, and never gained an ounce. It was sickening really. He was a glutton, but I still loved him just not the way I loved Nathan.

“Yes.” I rolled my eyes at him. “Nathan over here drank all the milk. Now I don’t have any to go with my breakfast.” I pouted.

“What’s for breakfast?” Travis licked his lips and then wiggled his eyebrows at me.

“Really, you have to ask,” Nathan commented. “You know damn well she’s having pancakes. She has to work on that gorgeous ass of hers.” He winked at me again. He and his damn wink made my panties wet and my pussy pulse with need. I looked at his strong jaw, his perfectly groomed hair, his blue eyes, and his sexy body. I was on fire for this man. He was the most delectable human I’d ever seen.

“I say we go to the store now,” Travis suggested.

“No, you know I have to eat first, or my blood sugar will get too low and then I’ll pass out.” I wasn’t a diabetic, but I did suffer from hypoglycemia. I hated it, but it’s been like this since I was a kid so I was used to it.

“Right. We don’t want you to pass out and hit your head on the coffee table like you did last time it got too low. That was fucking crazy,
it freaked me the hell out,” Travis rambled on. It was his own way of bitching about me.

“Hey now.” I whacked him upside the head. “I don’t know what you’re bitching about Travis. Nathan was the one who took care of me.” He was so sweet. I was cradled in his arms when I woke up, and he had a glass of orange juice in his hands. He fed me peanut butter and apples while I sipped on the juice. I knew he really cared about me; however, I didn’t know if he felt the same way about me as I did him. My feelings were really strong. I might have even started planning our wedding.

“Damn you hit hard for a girl.” Travis rubbed the side of his head, and I chuckled.

“Don’t be a pussy dude.” Nathan teased Travis causing the boys to join in on my laughter.

“Okay so operation pancakes.” I went and grabbed the mix and headed to the counter to start breakfast.

“You gonna make some for all of us?” Travis was mooching again and had that damn wicked grin on his face that got me every time I looked at him. He was equally adorable, but nope didn’t have the same feelings for him as I did for Nathan. Nathan was my everything.

“Of course.” I placed a kiss on his cheek and then went about mixing.

In quick time, the pancakes were done, and we were all around the counter forking in mouthfuls covered with real maple syrup and loads of butter. “Mmm,” I hummed as I tasted my first bite. “So good.” When I opened my eyes, I noticed that Nathan’s gaze lingered a little longer on me. When he noticed me looking at him he turned away.

“Everything alright, Nathan?”

“Yeah fine, why?”

“Well, because I caught you staring at me.” He set his plate down on the counter and walked over to me. He grabbed me in his arms, placed his hands on my ass, and lifted me up in the air swinging me around. I never wanted his hands to leave my bum.

“Oh, my God, Nathan put me down.” I playfully swatted him on the back while I laughed uncontrollably.

“I was looking at you because you’re so damn irresistible, sexy, cute, and gorgeous. You are the entire package, Lex.” He squeezed my ass, and I swear it had a hot-wire to my pussy because it instantly clenched with the need to be filled by him.

“Oh stop,” I chided and then giggled as he placed a kiss on my cheek. I might have thought about never washing my face again.

“You know he’s right. You’re fucking hot Lexi, and you have one hell of a personality. You’re cool as shit, easy to get along with, and there is never any drama like most chicks I fuck. You’re special,” Travis said and then placed a kiss on my other cheek.

I didn’t know if I should blush, hide myself in my room or stand up on the rooftops wearing a
crown claiming
to be Miss. America. But they made me feel special, so very special.

“You guys mean everything to me. You’re both pretty amazing in my eyes. I know one day when we have to break up our crazy trio, that you two will make excellent husband’s.” My heart constricted in my chest thinking about having to give either of them up. I wanted to keep them both for myself. Always.

“Not me sweetheart. You know how I roll.” Travis smirked.

“Yes, I know you are the world's biggest player—love ‘em and leave ‘em. I’m glad I was never one of your victims.” He was awful with girls, I felt bad for them. He used them and then discarded them. But I loved him anyway.

I turned my attention to Nathan and noticed he wasn’t saying anything again, but he kept on staring at me. “Nathan.” I waved my hand in front of him. “You’re doing it again. Earth to Nathan.”

He blinked his eyes at me and then gave me his goofy grin. “Sorry Lex.”

Turning away from him I walked back over to my pancakes and dove back in. My eyes scanned the guys, they were both feasting on their pancakes as well. When Nathan wasn’t looking, I paused and watched as his jaw moved up and down while he chewed his food and then his throat constricted as he swallowed. It was sexy as hell. Everything he did oozed sex. My eyes shifted down to the way his pajama pants hung low on his waist where a delicious V was formed on his hard body. His body was made for sinning and drove my impure thoughts.

Shifting my eyes, I looked over at Travis. He certainly broke a lot of hearts with his dark, wavy hair and seafoam green eyes. His strong jaw and perfect nose with the perfect muscular chest. My nipples crested into two tiny peaks under my cami. He was every girl’s wet dream and for those that slept with him, their nightmare.

Needless to say, I was a bit infatuated with both of my roommates. They were both perfect in my eyes, and I couldn’t lie I wanted to fuck both of them senseless, but my heart only belonged to one of them. One of them who would never know.

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