The Deceived Highland Bride by Kenna Kendrick EPUB & PDF – eBook Details
- Author: Kenna Kendrick
- Language: English
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Laggan, Scotland, August 1648, Clan MacPherson Lands
Alice McTavish was no well-bred lady, and that was the way Cameron Hay
preferred it. With vigor and glee, she wrapped her thighs around his waist,
and he held her tight against the wall of the back room of his tavern, thrusting
hard. When they first started, she’d looked into his eyes, then pulled him in
for a kiss, but as his efforts grew more frenzied she leaned her head back,
crying out his name at each advance of his hips.
She grew so loud that he clamped a hand over her mouth to muffle the sound.
As Alice came quickly, trembling around him, she bit on his fingers trying
her best to hold onto him. A few more deep thrusts and he was finished too,
pulling out quickly and spilling into his hand. Every time with her was fast
and pleasurable. She landed on her feet, and he reached out a hand to steady
her as she pushed her rumpled skirts down in place around her.
Brushing a strand of blonde hair from her sweat-covered brow, Alice beamed
at him, revealing a row of strong white teeth. She was a bonnie lass to be
sure. There were many men keen for her attentions, knowing her willingness
to offer them.
“Cameron, lad, it is always so good with ye,” she said fighting to draw
sufficient breath. She gave him a cheeky grin while he wiped away the
evidence of their coupling, tying his trews securely again.
“Aye,” he agreed, uncomfortable with the aftermath of such things, and not
knowing what more to say.
He only wanted quick fun, as did many of the women he slept with, just flesh
on flesh like animals enjoying what God had given them—and then they
were off. There was usually no conversation or at least not much, and they
each got what they wanted until the next time.
When he was fixed up, Alice stood up on her tiptoes and pulled him close.
She wrapped her hands around the back of his neck and pressed a wet kiss on
his cheek, which sent a shiver down his spine—only, it was not out of
pleasure this time, but a strong need to just run toward the door and
“Let me stay a while, Cameron. Let me stay this time.”
“Nae a chance, Alice, and ye ken it.” He gently pulled out of her grasp and
stepped back, but not before bending down to press a kiss on her cheek, not
wanting to insult her. “I dinnae want another encounter with yer husband like
the last time.” He pointed to his still-swollen darkening eye. “Best tae keep
things secret here, where nae one kens about yer whereabouts.”
“But why’d ye risk it? Asking me tae come here taenight after what happened
the last time?” she countered.
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