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JUST ONE NIGHT by NY Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Caridad Pineiro
“What's up, Jase? Why did you almost drag me out of the party?” she asked and leaned against one of the thick pilings for the boardwalk.
He braced his forearm just above her head on the support and shifted until her warm breath spilled against his face. She smelled of something flowery and of Nicole and he inhaled deeply to memorize that aroma.
With his free hand, he brushed away a windblown lock of her hair and then skimmed his fingers down her smooth cheek. She trembled beneath his touch and he hardened as he imagined how smooth the rest of her skin would be and how she would shiver against him while they made love.
“I want you, Nickie.”
Her eyes widened in surprise and the words rushed from her. “Hell no. I don't believe you.”
“Believe it, Nickie. I’ve wanted you for a long time,” he said and moved ever closer until his body was pressed to hers.
At that touch, she sucked in a shaky breath and closed her eyes. In a husky voice she said, “Don't play with me, Jase.”
He chuckled and her eyes snapped open to meet his gaze. “Babe, I am so not playing with you. At least not yet,” he said and dropped his hand to trace the rounded swells of her breasts visible above the bodice of her killer dress. It was the kind of dress that invited him to touch and to see.
AN INDECENT AFFAIR PART I by Stephanie Julian
“Maybe you should back off for tonight,” Adam suggested.
Tristan shook his head. “We do that, she has time to barricade herself into whatever safe hole she’s got.”
“What if she bolts anyway?”
“Then we follow.”
Adam looked at him with raised brows. “And I suppose you know where she’s going to bolt to?”
Tristan just stared back.
Adam conceded the unspoken point with a slight shrug. “Of course you do. And you don’t think she’ll be freaked out when we show up on her doorstep?”
“She’s going to have to get used to us sometime.”
Because Tristan wasn’t about to give in and go home.
He’d been waiting too damn long for his chance with her. To show her how much he wanted her. How much pleasure he and Adam could bring her.
TYED by Raven Morris
The elevator dinged the arrival at their floor. Ty sighed and did up his shorts. “I don’t know why I’m bothering. It’s not as if there’s going to be anyone out there waiting to see. I pay good money for my privacy.”
“This is private?” she asked when the doors opened to wall of windows, floor to ceiling, with a stunning view of LA spread out before them, all the way to the ocean, not a curtain to be found. More windows filled the wall on the right, too.
“You see how high up we are?” Ty said, leading her into the space. “Only someone with a telescopic lens is going to see us and hell, no one’s safe from those anywhere.”
She walked over to the window. The Pacific ocean sparkled in the distance, one of the few days the air was smog-free enough to see it. “It’s gorgeous.”
Ty came up behind her and put his hands on either side of her on the glass, trapping her there with his body, his scent, his very presence. “So true.”
She met his gaze in the window’s reflection. “You’re not talking about the view, are you?”
“Not the one outside the window.”
It felt so good to feel desirable. Bill hadn’t been into flattery—or even a general, feeling it vibe. Sex between them had been stagnant from day one.
What was moving against her behind was anything but stagnant.
PUMPED by Willow James
They grabbed iced coffee from the deli and Skylar thought they’d sit down to talk. Instead, Griffin gestured for her to follow him outside.
“Let’s take a walk.” Griffin held the door open for her and waved goodbye to the deli employees. “The park is just up the street and it would be a good place for us to talk privately.”
“Sure.” Standing in front of the deli, Skylar glanced at him and damn if her stomach didn’t flutter when those gorgeous green eyes latched onto hers. A smile played at her lips before she sipped her coffee. Looking at him over the rim of her cup she said, “As long as it’s not too private and there are still people within screaming distance.”
“Funny you should mention that.” Griffin brushed past her, his arm grazing her hers with the lightest of touches. Without turning around, he murmured, “Making you scream is part of my proposition.”