Once again it's time for a #MySexySaturday. I so love this group of talented authors. We all get together every Saturday and post seven words, seven sentences or even seven paragraphs of varying degrees of sexiness. With that being said, this week's addition is once again from my upcoming holiday release, Her Naughty Boy. And I've finally gotten my hands on the cover art for this book. So enjoy the lovely eye candy, and be sure to visit the rest of the peeps...they are all listed at the bottom for easy access.
Set-up: Lily has just found out what Kyle's darkest fantasy is.
“Are you going to leave me now?”She fought the need to go find Janice and throttle her. “You’re no more a freak than I am.” She reached up to unfasten his wrists. He stared at her as she checked them for bruising.
He shook his head. “No, Mistress.”She glanced up in surprise. “Do you want me to?”
He nodded. “Desperately.”“Good.” After one last quick exam of his flesh, she caught his gaze with hers. “Answer me this – honestly. Do you still want what the man had?”
She drew a deep breath. “I can give it to you, but I have two conditions. One – you use your safeword if needed. And two - that you understand going in that this isn’t something I will do in half measures. I will push you to your very limit and then over unless you call red.” She stepped back. “I’m going to go to my apartment to fetch a few things. You need to decide if this is what you really want. If so, leave the door unlocked for me.” She looked him up and down before backing out of the shower. She paused - her sense of fair play kicking in. “And Kyle, if I find it unlocked, there is no place you’ll be able to hide. I will catch you, I will strip you down to your most basic self, and I will have you.”
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