Cupid Can Suck It by Teagan Hart EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Teagan Hart
- Language: English
- Formats: PDF / EPUB
- Status: Available For Free Download
- Genre: Holiday Romance, Romantic Comedy
- Price: Free
- File Size: 4 MB
She was bending over her desk when she heard him come in the office’s
front door behind her. “I’ll be with you in one second,” she called over her
shoulder. The sound of work boots, heavy and sure on the carpet behind her.
She felt herself smile. And then the feel of his hands on her hips, gripping
her and pulling her back to rest against him.
“But what if I want you with me now?” Daws’ deep voice said. It was
chocolate, and lava, and every word plucked a string so deep inside her.
“Then I guess I’ll have to brush off my customer service skills . . . and
take care of you,” she whispered, grinding her hips back against him. He let
out a growl that made her nipples hard.
“Oh,” he said, “but I’m always the one getting served when I come into
this office. I think it’s time I did the serving.“ A thrill shot through her as
she felt him guide her over onto her back, knocking stacks of paper on the
floor with the strength of his urgency. And then she was staring up into that
rugged, bearded face, smiling down at her, his eyes awake and hungry, like
a predator surveying its prey. She felt herself shiver. He kept his eyes locked
with hers as he went down to his knees and began to inch her skirt up. That
hungry look bore into her with every gasp as he started kissing his way up
her thigh, trailing after his kisses with his tongue. His teeth met her panties
and then he was pushing them aside and . . .
Molly shot up in bed, panting and covered in sweat. Holy hell. Clem fell
off the bed and Lem lifted his head from her other side to whine at her for
waking him up.
“Sorry boys,” she breathed, trying to get her heartbeat back under
control. She scooted over and patted the bed, inviting a very disgruntled
Clem to climb back up. Of course, when she scooted over, Lem started to
whine again. “It’s a queen-sized bed, you two. When did this start being a
problem?” But it was a stupid question. When the boys had been puppies,
climbing under the couch and into her pillowcases, the apartment had felt
enormous. But now it often felt like Molly was rooming with two whiny
and destructive teenagers.
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