broken hearts embarked on a holiday season in a way they never had before.
had been badly burned by love, but was willing to take a chance . . . with the
had lived everyday with the grief love had brought her and followed her
most difficult season of the year?
the restaurant was now a sudden burst of fire. The soft, tentative kiss turned
into an all-consuming, full-bodied explosion.
her desires rule her body in such a way before. She knew she wanted him. She
knew she needed him. She knew she had to tell him.
promise you tonight. Beyond that . . .”
mouth, her chin, and her nose. “I know you’re not ready for everything, but I
will give you whatever I can. Will you let me?”
and anguish melted away as the tip of his tongue darted out to wet his lips.
She slowly lowered her mouth to his and was taken back when he grabbed the back
of her head and ravaged her lips. She could feel her nipples harden through the
thin material of her dress and rub against his chest. As he lowered her onto
the couch, he moved to hover above her. She could feel his hardness as it dug
into her hip. When she moaned, he couldn’t help but press harder against her.
was perfectly at ease with taking him right there, but Mitch had other ideas.
bridal-style and took off out of the living room, up the stairs, and into his
back on her elbows as he ripped his T-shirt over his head. He grasped the tie
of her dress at her hip and pulled the thin material, and it instantly gave
way. When he parted her dress, he was met with utter perfection. Nude-colored
thigh-high stockings, beige lace boy shorts, a matching bra, and nothing else.
brought her hand to cover her stomach. “Don’t,” he pleaded as he reached for
her hand. She slowly removed it to reveal a few discolored lines gracing her
fingertips. His lips met each one with a soft, delicate kiss.
Silent tears streamed
down her face as she threaded her fingers through his hair.
Lindsey Gray dreamed of being
several different things as a child such as a doctor, an actress, and a chef,
but none held her attention like putting pen to paper and creating her own
world through words. Those words led her to The Writer’s Coffee Shop Publishing
House and the rest, as they say, is history. She has written three full-length
novels through The Writer’s Coffee Shop and she has no plans to slow her
creations down any time soon. A mid-west native, Lindsey enjoys spending time
with her husband and two children, reading on her new e-reader, and making life
interesting at each and every turn.