Is your first kiss your most memorable? I want to know 🙂
In True Intentions, Ava has a dramatic (and somewhat traumatic) first kiss . . .
I can remember mine like it was yesterday.
He was older, more mature, played high school football, and was fifteen. This meant the world to me–being only thirteen years old. I was captivated by his aura. I wanted him to like me more than I wanted to be thin, beautiful, popular and even more than my desire to never have another pimple. Just hearing his voice sent chills down my spine. We were alone in my cousin’s bedroom (thanks Sean!!!) and I stood there too frozen to move. Hell, I was surprised I hadn’t stopped breathing. I stared at him in awe. When he asked me to sit on the bed I almost fainted. I wanted to throw up (in a good way). My pulse raced when his hand reached for mine. Before I had the chance to realize what was happening, he leaned forward. I closed my eyes (after all, that is what they do in the movies) and I let my other senses take over. His lips tasted like spearmint. (Wrigleys???) At least he was kind enough to swallow his gum before kissing me. Although the thought of having another person’s tongue in my mouth had always sounded so gross, it wasn’t bad. In fact, it was amazing! Then my self-doubt kicked in; was I doing it right? Even if I was a horrible kisser, I didn’t have a chance to adjust my technique. Sean opened the bedroom door and we quickly separated. (Thanks again, Sean!!!) I had to spend the rest of the evening hanging out with them and a few other of the neighborhood kids (extremely awkward) while our parents played poker. That was the only time I kissed Jamie, but that first kiss has always stayed with me . . . (even though I may have kissed a “few” more since then. . . Just a few *wink*)
Now, I want to hear about yours 🙂
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