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Eternal Soulmate by Brooklyn Taylor



Ashlynn Ellis’ life was finally coming together. After a troubled childhood she had control of her life just the way she wanted. She had her inner circle of trust consisting of McKoy and Grace who were her lifelong girlfriends which allowed her to keep the boundaries set. But an end-of-life journey for her estranged mother shakes Ashlynn’s distrusting self to the core, which unknowingly leads her to cross paths with her soulmate, Cooper Brooks. Ashlynn has never had a trusting man in her life nor did she want one. She has seen domestic abuse on the front line and can not let these memories go.
Cooper Brooks is a police officer and has seen domestic violence at its worse. As a child with a hard upbringing, he commits himself to his career. He does not have time in his life for a woman and he doesn’t care to look for one; that is until he meets Ashlynn Ellis.

Ashlynn and Cooper meet by what could only be orchestrated by a higher power, and for the first times in both of their lives realize love is something they are missing.

Will Ashlynn trust Cooper and let her guard down for this man that worships her? Can Cooper convince her to trust him and embrace the love he wants to give her? Will Ashlynn lose her internal battle and let Cooper in? When someone from her past comes back to destroy her can she protect Cooper, the love of her life, before it’s too late to protect herself? This a passionate love story between two people who were brought together by fate as soul mates made for each other. Is their destiny really meant to spend the rest of their lives together?




Cooper finally whispered to me as we are both breathing so heavy “I want you Ash, really bad.”

I shook my head yes and he moved my thong to the side. He started to touch me and oh my………. He started to rub my sensitive spot and I thought I might come just from his touch. What the hell am I going to do with him in me?

“You’re so wet for me Ashlynn, do you want me?”

“Hell yes, I want you. Can’t you tell?”

I reached for his button and saw he had already undone it and the zipper. When did he do that? Who the hell cares? He had on no underwear. I grabbed onto his manhood and guided him in me. I sat on him and moved slowly to get him into me all the way. He felt amazing and like how he was made for me. I stretched just enough for him. Ever since the first time we had made love, I craved his touch and the feeling of him being in me, completing me.

“You’re so tight, you feel so good, I hope I can last. I want you to be pleased first. If I start to hurt you I’ll stop. Don’t be shy with telling me baby. I plan on making love to you more times than we can count, so I am not going to get greedy.”


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I am a Texas girl, mother of 2 amazing kiddos and married to my gorgeous soulmate for almost 20 years. I have a full time job in the medical field. I love to spend my free time reading, being outside and playing with my family and 4 fur babies. I started to write at the instinct of “”hey maybe I can do that!”” I have enjoyed every step of the journey. I am blessed to have very supportive friends and family that make my like worth living!


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An Ordinary Me by Brooklyn Taylor


From the outside looking in Garrison
Davis seems like every other senior in high school. On the inside though, he’s
an emotional wreck promising to not love anyone. He chooses to protect himself
by vowing solitude. His dad is in prison for dealing drugs; his mother is a
recovering addict and an emotional mess. The only thing that brings him joy is
playing the drums and that feeling of being needed by his band. It is his
escape, his passion. No one gets hurt or disappointed.  That is until he lays his eyes on Reese at
school. She is the exact example of what he cannot let himself get involved in.
He would do nothing but drag her down with him.
“I want to tell her and show her how
much I love her. I had loved her from the first time I spotted her in that
courtyard smiling but I can’t, I won’t. She deserves so much more than I can
offer. I’m the spawn of a drug dealer and an addict. I have never let myself
love another person and now…  I love her
so much it hurts.”
Reese Owens is the exact opposite of
Garrison. Inside she’s beaming; growing up in a happy home and on the outside
she was a duck out of water. Her parents are the over protective set but are
finally loosening the jail bars. Sophomore year in high school, she has never
dated a boy and is envious of the social life her best friend Autumn Welch has.
She meets Garrison and is instantly attracted to him. He pulls away when she
pushes in. A whole new world opens up to Reese and she finds herself falling
into situations she can’t get herself out of. Making bad decision after bad
decision, she finds out the hard way on how life is full of choices.  The one thing she wants more than anything is
Garrison’s attention which she doesn’t get in return.
“How is it possible to love someone
and keep it quiet? Never to utter those very words knowing he doesn’t feel the
same way. I finally fall in love and he only wants to be friends. He is
everything I have always wanted and he keeps me at a distance making sure we
don’t get too close. How can I ignore my feelings and act like I don’t have
them when we are around each other? How do I resist the urge to move my lips
towards his when he is talking to me?”
Garrison realizes he has to be honest
with Reese and tell her how he really feels before he loses her for good. Just
maybe, he will get love in return for the first time in his life. When he
finally convinces himself to come forth, a life changing event occurs that
could take away the only person in his life that truly loves him.
Is it too late? Does he get the
chance to tell her? And when he confesses does it matter?





Morning after morning, I wake myself
up. I don’t have the normal mother or father to tell me to have a good day or
make me breakfast. Sure I’m a senior in high school, but I’ve never had that.
Even in elementary I took care of myself. My dad was dealing heavy drugs at the
time and when he wasn’t dealing he was high or sleeping. Mom had tried several
times to stay drug free but wasn’t successful with it. My dad wanted her just
like him, destroyed. I have never really known what it was like to have parents
that care. They didn’t understand why I hated the life we lived. More times
than not they voiced their frustration that I thought I was better than them.
I listened to people talk about how
their parents were annoying and watched them like hawks. They had to lie to do
things they wanted to do when caring parents would try to provide them a net,
so they wouldn’t get hurt, something that was only a dream for me. I yearned
for that and knew I was never going to get it. I saw things I shouldn’t have seen
but all it did was make me want to strive even more to make it, to get away
from it. I was going to make it, and I was going to be nothing like my parents.
My evenings were pretty identical to
my mornings. I did my homework, drummed with the band and then made myself
something to eat. Mom worked at a hotel in housekeeping and when she was home
she was either sleeping or sitting in her room in silence. I don’t know if she
knew if I was dead or alive half the time nor would she have cared. Well that’s
not true. If I was dead Aunt Ellen wouldn’t be paying our bills.
This is my senior year and all of my
friends were going to be hanging out, partying, and having a good time, while I
was just going to be living my life. It was a vicious cycle, and I was willing
to do it because I knew I would survive it all. I was going to go to college
and do the one thing that would piss my parents off the most and I would have
full satisfaction in doing just that. It was going to make me happy to put
people away that made and sold drugs and destroyed lives just like mine was.




Brooklyn Taylor

I am a Texas girl, mother of 2 amazing kiddos and married to
my gorgeous soulmate for almost 20 years. I have a full time job in the medical
field but hope one day to strictly write. I love to spend my free time reading,
being outside and playing with my family and 4 fur babies. I am blessed to have
very supportive friends and family that make my life worth living! I started to
write at the instinct of “hey maybe I can do that!” and here I am. I
have enjoyed every step of the journey. Every single person I hear from
about my stories touches me and confirms the reason why I ventured into this
insane dream of mine.
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