By Helen Bianchin
Kayla got rid of Spanish billionaire Duardo Alvarez's marriage ceremony ring after simply seventy-two hours of marriage.But now determined conditions have pressured Kayla to beg her ex-husband for aid. Duardo's cost is excessive: marry him back, or he will stroll away.A trophy spouse through day and Duardo's mistress through evening, Kayla discovers her "duty" marriage is as passionate as ever….
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Instead she stood her ground and aimed for controlled politeness. ’ He checked his watch. ’ It wasn’t the best exit line, but it would do. ’ Kayla watched as the society matron did the air-kiss thing and followed it with a coquettish chuckle. ’ She turned towards Kayla. ’ The smile was a little too bright. ’ The restaurant, the photographer. The media hadn’t failed to produce caption, photograph and an interesting piece for the morning’s newspapers. Tonight was indisputably showtime. Hence the gown, the jewellery.
The smile was a little too bright. ’ The restaurant, the photographer. The media hadn’t failed to produce caption, photograph and an interesting piece for the morning’s newspapers. Tonight was indisputably showtime. Hence the gown, the jewellery. She’d chosen taffeta in a rich midnight-blue, with a fitted bodice and slender fulllength skirt. Matching stilettos added height, and the colour highlighted the creamy texture of her skin, accented the smooth lines of her blonde upswept hair. The newly purchased jewellery provided a perfect finishing touch.
The zip slid free, and she didn’t move as it slithered down onto the carpet in a heap of silk. All that separated her from total nudity was a slender thong brief, and her hands automatically lifted to shield her breasts in a gesture of modesty. Unnecessary, given he knew their weight, texture, the sensitive peaks, how they tasted…and her reaction to his touch. He lifted a hand and traced the curve of her waist, felt the slight quiver of her flesh beneath his touch and felt momentary satisfaction.
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