She was legally his now and he still couldn't touch her. By the time they arrived at the hotel in the center of Paris he was almost out of his mind-and then-she had appeared in the bathroom door in that flimsy hip length nighty. He could still see her standing there in the doorway, her body a lovely thing of art.He had seen her before in a bathing suit, but never like this.In fact, it was that perfection and his piled up frustrations that caused all the trouble back in Paris. Things may still have been all right that first night if she hadn't insisted on taking a plane to Paris right after the ceremony.He would have preferred to stay in New York for a few days and take their time in getting to know each other. That had meant sitting next to her on that fucking airplane for another seven hours.
She continued: “I’m very sorry and I hope you’ll really consider the fact of just dropping the case. I hope you really will for all of our families.” Wiley didn’t drop the case and ultimately denied Zach Anderson HYTA status, told him he’s “darn lucky” he got the deal he did.
She had become just a woman, a woman that he had to have right now at any cost. There had been no verbal response from him, he remembered dryly. "Her voice had resounded through the room in terror as he held her down with one hand and ran the other greedily over the lush contours of her resisting young body, kneading her ripe succulent breasts cruelly beneath hands he no longer controlled.
He had just reached for her, a deep animal-like groan erupting from his throat, and pulled her roughly to the bed. Tight fists of flesh protruded painfully in white bloodless ridges between his straining fingers.
That’s where his son — a 2014 Concord High School grad and Ivy Tech Community College student until his jailing — lived before Judge Dennis Wiley handed down the sentence on April 27.
In light of Zach Anderson’s age and clean criminal record, Wiley could have offered him leniency under Michigan’s Holmes Youthful Training Act, as his lawyer sought in sentencing. if you feel like something should, I feel like the lowest thing possible.” Her mom followed her daughter at the hearing.