Published by: eXtasy Books
Author : Evelyn Starr
Word Count :71500
Publication Date :2010-08-19
Series : Dazzling Duo#1
Heat Level :
- Product Code: 978-1-55410-678-3
Life isn't willing to let Shalom forget the email she just read…
It was one of those e-mail things. A listing of all the ways sex doesn't count, the kind of thing Shalom Wilson usually deleted and forgot. But this time Shalom isn't about to forget anything. Life isn't willing to let her forget!
She fell on top of him, with one knee between his legs that had just naturally spread wide. The firm softness of her body came down snugly upon him. Upon the part of him that was least likely to be able to withstand that kind of firm softness or that kind of snugness. And when she came down on top of his stiffened and suffering, pounding and struggling dick in one single, fluid movement, he knew his fate was sealed. Her fate was sealed. Their fate was sealed. Because from that moment on, there was only one possible way out of this. Only one way that would insure his survival.
"Shalom," he whispered, his mouth moving very, very close to her ear.
She lay still for an instant. No more. Only until gravity claimed her and pulled her down from her precarious and slightly off-center landing place to the floor of the car. Where she knelt. Next to him.
"Wh…what?" She sounded dazed. Every bit as dazed as she'd looked a few seconds before, when…
But a few seconds before didn't matter. Not one tiny little bit.
The only thing that mattered was now. This instant. This single, time-stopped and heart-stopping moment when Nick reached for himself, intending only to make sure he was still in one piece. Intending nothing more than to make sure he hadn't suffered some kind of internal nuclear explosion the way he'd feared he might and to make sure his dick, now pulsing with a kind of pain that surely had to mean complete and total destruction, was still intact.
That was what he intended. But what happened, what he did instead, was incredible. Beyond incredible.
It was something he'd never before done with a woman he barely knew…one he'd barely even met and had hoped he'd have a chance to get to know better. In a different way than it was now obvious he was about to get to know her. It was something, for that matter, that he'd never done with a woman he did know.