Published by: eXtasy Books
Author : Sophia Danu
Word Count :34000
Publication Date :2011-06-19
Series : #
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- Product Code: 978-1-55410-709-4
Colin knows the minute he sees Alyssa that she is his. Everything in his life comes into focus the minute he sees her and smells her. She will be his. He will do whatever it takes to make that happen.
Alyssa is caught up in the routine of her busy life. As a business owner, she should be content but there is a void that she can’t seem to satisfy. Suddenly, the routine is interrupted with the death notice of a grandmother she never knew. Feeling a draw to the Kentucky roots she’s never known, she travels to her grandmother’s hometown-–searching for ways to fill the void. A late night stop for food leads to her capture by the most sensual and dangerous man she has ever met. Everything she had assumed about life is in turmoil as she discovers there is more to her dangerous captor than meets the eye – and more to her. He is everything she ever desired in a mate and he is the most frightening. Unfortunately, she can’t seem to make herself hate him and his dominating tendencies. Colin knows the minute he sees Alyssa that she is his. Everything in his life comes into focus the minute he sees her and smells her. She will be his. He will do whatever it takes to make that happen.
He lifted his head up and stared at me for a brief moment, his eyes fierce and determined. Then, he kissed me hard and I opened to him. His tongue dominantly swept in my mouth, and he tasted so good and wild. I wanted more.
He held me tighter against his body. His strong hand curved over my ass, squeezed and pulled me tighter against his cock. I moaned, completely under his spell and compliant in his arms. I wanted anything he would give me in that moment. He rocked his hips against mine, and I wanted him so bad I ached. I wanted this more than I had wanted anything in a long time. Thoughts of everything else faded except for the feeling that he invoked in my suddenly starving body.
That vague realization was like a bucket of water over my head. I chose that moment to remember who and where I was. My head clearing quickly now, I felt outrage and fear of what I was doing with this stranger. My heart dropped to my toes. My lust was replaced by confusion and anxiety. He felt my withdrawal and we stopped kissing, staring at each other, breathing hard.
“Let me go. Please.” I pleaded unconvincingly, my hands pressing on his tanned, bulging arms trying to lever my body away from his.
“No.” He growled unequivocally.