‘…She traced the outline of the sculpted muscles on his broad chest and then gradually moved down the torso of his body to a firm and trim waistline.  In her mind, she silently caressed each of those areas, a fantasy of embedding her nails in his hot and sweaty skin played in her mind.  

Gone were his signature long blonde locks that Aneisa remembered hanging unevenly around his shoulders.  With a new attitude came a new hairstyle, edgier, sharper, and bolder than before.  Blonde strands, carelessly tossed in a mix of short spikes and curls on the crown of his head, tapered down to close cut long sideburns.  Gone, also, was the warm and friendly smile that she remembered him cheerfully greeting her with on their last meeting.  The chiseled angle of his jaw was clenched tight, his perfect mouth silent and unmoving.  There was no hint of timid friendliness on his face; instead, his features were calm and confident, silent and commanding…

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Excerpt from ‘Consequences Never Hurt‘ by Leilani Harvey. Copyright 2011.  All Rights Reserved.

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…“Jay,” she pushed up on her toes and kissed his lips sensuously, “Aidan’s telling the truth.  I do want you both.”

Summer felt the words sizzle off her tongue and regretted nothing she was about to say or do.

She kissed him again, sucking on his lip hard this time and, try as he might have to resist, Jay wrapped his long arms around Summer and pulled her in closer and deeper into their heated kiss.

Allowing her slim cocoa arm to reach behind her and guide her to her destination, Summer slowly pulled away from Jay and turned toward Aidan.  He hadn’t left the room, which was a good sign, but his face and his dark gray eyes were unreadable.  Even with all his clothes on, she could sense Aidan’s body tightening.  The question was, was his sudden rise due to anger or to lust at actually seeing her with another man or an impish mix of both?  Summer would have to find out and convince him to give in to his desire to be with her any way he could.

“Come to me, Aidan.  Plleeaasee,” she purred out through pouted full lips and lowered thick lashes.

She saw him resist – at first – as he stood frozen in place.  Aidan watched her; she could tell his thoughts were still unsure of which way to move, toward the door or toward her waiting arms and silky lips.

Summer moved closer to him and undid the twist at the front of her towel and the heavy material found its way to the hotel carpet.  Aidan’s big hand twitched.  He wanted to touch her, to feel her smooth skin beneath his fingertips; he just needed a little help in getting started so Summer gave it to him…’

Excerpt from ‘Aidan’s Return & Summer Frenzy‘ by Leilani Harvey. ©2010 All Rights Reserved.

Flame by Lenise Lee

March 25, 2012

Flame by Lenise Lee

Like a moth drawn to a sizzling flame…Can I ever be free of him?…Unquenchable allure…in those deceptive promises of forever…What is it about you…that refuses to release me…from the spell of roguish blue eyes and soft rosy pink lips…that I want to forget…to taste in a spiraling kiss…all in the same breath…that tempt me continually as they drip with greedy need for my gentle curves…hunger for my butterscotch skin…Escape…then recapture…a seemingly endless cycle of wanting you desperately…running from your dangerous charm…circling round to wanting you with a renewed, forbidden passion…again…Let me go…take me back…Forgetting you…calling you close once more…Too much…Its always too much when our lives collide together in a blinding, infernal spark…secrets confessions from fingertips…so no one else will hear our weakness…I love you…I hate you…I love you more, he says…two hearts confessing undeniable obsession with our intoxicating, erotic…strangely blissful…misery…loves company…Never read this…Never see these words…Never know how much I crave you…to touch your consuming flame…to feel the sting of wretched desire…one last time…Like a curious, timid moth drawn to an inferno of dripping wet delights…Let me go, I whimper…take me back, he whispers…Love you…hate me…

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