By Charlotte Boyett-Compo
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It spurred him on and he hooked his hands beneath her thighs and lifted her so he could taste all of her. He lapped at her moist flesh, licked her from clit to the rippled flesh of her anus, growling as she moaned at his invasion. He thrust his tongue into her sheath then latched onto her love pearl once more. He brought her to wave after wave of release until she was straining to get away from his lips, his tongue, the finger he had insinuated into her ass to prolong and intensify her climax. When she was drained, depleted, as surely sated as he could make her, he flicked his tongue over her to taste the last ooze of her juices then slid up in the bed once more, his fangs extended.
She lowered her voice. ” Holly’s smile widened. ” If the cook’s words surprised her, Catherine didn’t show it. She was too happy to be working in the kitchen for it brought back pleasant memories she had all but forgotten. ” Holly asked, making conversation as she took out flour and lard from the pantry. Catherine stopped in mid peel. ” Holly shrugged as she measured flour onto the wooden table. ” She glanced over at Catherine. ” “My mother’s family owns a shipping line there,” Catherine told her, amazed the servant was privy to her personal affairs.
This is unconscionable,” Bahru grumbled. “I am hungry. ” Catherine was not prepared for the man who came into the dining room. Her breath caught in her throat as she stared at the portrait in the library come to life. As handsome as that dark rider had been, the real man himself was male beauty personified. She was so stunned by his appearance that she failed to stand to show him the respect he—as a member of the royal house of Ben-Alkazar—was due. All she was capable of doing was staring at him.
Shades of the Wind by Charlotte Boyett-Compo