By Erin McCarthy
Jamie Peters not believes in real love. real idiots, real scumbags, actual moochers - those she believes in wholeheartedly, and she's acquired the checkered relationship historical past to end up it. So she's greater than a bit skeptical whilst her cross-dressing psychic tells her she's approximately to satisfy her soul mate - in the course of an twist of fate. Yeah, sounds approximately correct. after which it occurs. A kinght in shining armor steps among her and a mugger on a subway platform. only a commonplace, sincere, upright Jack. the sort they do not make anymore...Jonathon Davidson does not think in future - or mendacity to appealing girls regularly. yet now that Jamie thinks he is simply a typical man, how can he in all probability inform her that he is fairly, her roommate's brother, a millionaire as well, and the jerk who is investigating her software to his grandfather's charitable belief simply because she will be serious about whatever unlawful? Yeah, rhetorical query. He cannot. no longer till he is aware what is going on. in addition to, it is going to require with the ability to withstand Jamie's luscious curves lengthy adequate to assert, 'Hi, my identify is gigantic Liar. Let's get naked'. occasionally, future sucks...
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Mouth around her nipple, he closed his eyes. Taste them. Oh, hell yeah, he was one lucky guy. The nipple beaded in his mouth, firmed and ripened for him as he rolled his tongue over the taut surface. Jamie’s fingers dug farther into his shoulders, her hair brushing over his face, getting between him and her flesh until he twitched it to the side. Her skin was pale, translucent, with a dusting of freckles across her chest and shoulders. She had a lush, curvy shape, and when his hand brushed down over her stomach, it curved slightly out instead of in.
He wanted her closer, right against him, in his arms. Without hesitation, she lifted her legs and wrapped them around him, pressing her wet mound against his belly, full breasts against his chest. Jack closed his eyes for a split second as he held her. Longing nearly shattered him. She felt…perfect in his arms. A soft, warm woman. His woman. Jamie’s hair tickled his shoulder as she ran her lips over his jaw. Goose bumps rose on her skin, and she gave a light shiver. With a soft laugh, she explained, “Air-conditioning.
Jamie chanced a glance south, but there was no time to see anything before he took her forearms and tumbled her onto the white duvet cover. Suddenly she was looking at the ceiling. Whoa. Very efficient. He kissed her with an intensity that had her breathing hard and easing her legs apart, wanting closer contact with him. His erection was along her thigh, thick and enticing, while his tongue moved with determined thrusts. The duvet was soft beneath her, the room cool and crisp from the air-conditioning.
You Don't Know Jack (Brava Contemporary Romance) by Erin McCarthy