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Shifting Snow – Melissa J. Lytton
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The Pine Barrens -Sara R. Perez
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Hailey’s Shadow – Lori Titus
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While yachting off the Florida Keys, Leaf came toward Ebony waving a bottle of sunblock.
“What do you want me to do with that?”
“Eat it. What do you think I want you to do? My back.” She presented him with said back.
While she couldn’t see him, he admired her blue one-piece suit. “You don’t have enough back to do. But, I’ll fix it.” He flicked his finger and her suit became a low cut, Mint-green, two-piece. “Hand me the lotion.”
Leaf gave him the bottle.
He poured a liberal amount into his palm. When he looked up, she was wearing a fire-engine-red, string bikini. “Is that enough back for you?” She scooted onto the bench, directly between his outstretched legs and smiled over her shoulder.
Ebony caught his breath and said, “Careful, Harper. If you push me another round, you’ll be in a thong.”
She moved her hair out of his way. “So will you.”
He looked down to see that she turned his trunks into a pair of mint-green Speedos.
Ebony paid her back by taking his time applying the sunblock. He turned the application into a massage. It was a good excuse to touch her. He wanted to touch her. Narpoles did whatever they wanted.
Leaf knew what he was doing. She punished him by allowing it. Yeah. That will teach him.
Ebony was done rubbing in sunblock long before he was done touching her. Having no other excuse, he decided, he didn’t need any. He pulled Leaf back against him and was instantly invigorated by her warmth, her scent.
Leaf stiffened. He had a six-pack and v-lines.
“Cassenia is a half million miles that way,” he pointed. “We’re all by ourselves in the middle of the ocean. There isn’t even a seagull around to see. Who is going to know, Leaf?” One hand encircled her waist, while the other fingered the bouncy strands of her hair.
Leaf relaxed. She thought about the chest she was lounging against. It felt like it was chiseled from granite. “Nobody. Because this isn’t real.”
She rubbed the muscles in his arm and practically purred. Just because it isn’t real, doesn’t mean it isn’t fun.
Tracy’s family is blended from three distinct cultures. Over the years, she has opened her home to foster children, drug addicts, AIDS victims and anyone who needed an assist. She has an equal number of liberal and conservative friends. She knows people who have committed murder and she knows people who know the Pope.
Which is why she writes sweet stories about tough love.