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Molly Fyde and the Fight for Peace (The Bern Saga #4) Pigs in Heaven (Greer Family #2)

Yes, but it wasn’t fair.

No, vanilla sex doesn’t bore me. I just haven’t had a girlfriend or a serious relationship in a long time. And I tend to reserve that type of close, intimate sex with someone I’m involved with. She doesn’t know the half of it.Makes sense, I guess, she murmurs.

A Vampires Touch

The wine has gotten to me, or maybe it’s just the effect this gorgeous girl has on me. She and I once shared so much.Time to bring us back to business. I only have two rules.She swallows a bite of her food, waiting for me to continue.

The Emerald Burrito of Oz

That you use your safe word if things get too intense, and when this is over, it’s over. Three lessons, no strings, no attachments. I need you to agree to both rules right now, or the deal’s off.She frowns at the sudden change in my amiable mood. Geez, so bossy.

I’m serious, Macey. Things are different this time.

Softening my tone, I add, Your safety will always be a top priority, both physically and mentally. You don’t have to worry about that.I might have glowered at one or two of your suitors – damn it, he hadn’t meant to say that – but not at you.

Then you were spying on me, she said triumphantly.Of course not, he lied. But I couldn’t very well miss you.

The Treasured One (The Dreamers #2)

She gasped in horror. What does that mean?Bloody hell, he was in for it now. It doesn’t mean a thing. You were in London. I was in London. When she didn’t respond, he added, I saw every other lady, too. And then, before he realized it was the worst thing he could have said, he added, You’re just the only one I remember.

She went utterly still, staring at him with that haunting, owlish expression of hers. He hated when she did that. It meant that she was thinking too hard, or seeing too much, and he felt exposed. Even when she was a child, she’d seemed to see him more deeply than the rest of the family. It hadn’t made sense; most of the time she was happy, jolly Honoria, but then she’d look at him that way, with those amazing lavender eyes of hers, and he’d realize what her family never did, that she understood people.He shook his head, trying to shake away the memories. He didn’t want to think about her family, about how he’d felt sitting at their table, being a part of their world. And he didn’t want to think about her, either. He didn’t want to look at her face and think that her eyes were the exact color of the grape hyacinths that had just begun to pop up all over the landscape. They came each year at this time, and he always thought – just for a moment before he pushed it away – that they were her flower. But not the petals; they were too dark. Honoria’s eyes matched the younger part at the base of the flower, where the color hadn’t quite turned blue.

His chest had grown tight; he tried to breathe. He really didn’t want to think about the fact that he knew that, that he could look at a flower and pinpoint the exact spot on the petal that matched her eyes.He wished she’d say something, but of course she didn’t. Not now, not when he would have actually welcomed her babble.

And then finally, softly, she said, I could introduce you.What? He had no idea what she was talking about.

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