Girlfriends Series, Book 3
Genre: E-book Cub Bites (Confessions)
Publisher: Lady Leo Publishing
Home is where the heart is.
Doreen Hamilton’s plans to return home for the Christmas holiday is interrupted by a major snow blizzard. New York City is covered in one foot of snow, and last night’s snowstorm caused delays at the airports, along the Eastern Seaboard. She’s disappointed when her flight is canceled, until she runs into her former lover, Tyler Shaw.
Tyler is also going home to Summerville, S. C. for the holiday. He’s ecstatic to see her, and since they can’t return home, they make plans to spend it together. What better way to spend Christmas Day, than in the arms of her first love!
Turning away from the window, I viewed a fine, tall brother talking to the same ticket agent who processed my check-in. My eyes traveled the length of his body—his well- toned, muscular body—zeroing in on his round butt. My hands were itching to stroke and caress his twin cheeks. That was so like me to be attracted to a man’s backside without seeing his face.
He must have felt my eyes on him, because he turned around slowly, and his intense grey eyes scoped me out.
Thunderstruck, I had the biggest Kool-aid grin on my face as I recognized Tyler Shaw, from my hometown of Summerville, South Carolina. I hadn’t seen him in three years; and Lord, did he look tasty!
It appeared he had been lifting weights. His body was well-defined, his shoulders broad, abs tight, and his arms and legs muscular. And the way his clothes fitted his body—especially his pants—just made me want to scream. I wanted to examine for myself all of the new changes to his sculptured body. After all, he was my first way back in the day. He was a gentle and giving lover, who saw to my needs first, before taking his own pleasure.
“Hey, Dorrie imagine finding you here. Going home for Christmas?” He asked,
while pulling me into his arms.
“Tyler!” I exclaimed, slipping into his arms, and getting a good whiff of his cologne—my favorite, Dolce & Gabanna.
Damn! He still wears that cologne.
“What a wonderful surprise,” I said. “It’s good to see you, too.”
I wanted him. My…my, my body remembered how he would send me into the twilight zone when we made love. He was that good, and my hormones went into overdrive. I had to push away from him or else I would’ve embarrassed myself.
“Girl, you’re looking good. Have you joined a gym?” He asked.
“No time for the gym, just working hard. I barely had enough time for a lunch break.
I lost twenty pounds since I saw you last,” I proudly declared.
“It looks good on you. Hmm, and you smell good, too. Come here and give me some sugar.”
“We’re in an airport, Tyler. I don’t think we should,” I said, suddenly becoming shy.
“Who’s watching, and if they do look, who cares? This is New York, and I haven’t kissed those lips in three years. I want to see if they taste as good as I remember.”
In his arms again, I couldn’t deny I didn’t want to kiss those lips and why not? We were both adults, and it was only a kiss. As I gazed into his eyes, I didn’t see when his lips touched mine, but I sure felt the effect. It was a gentle peck on the lips, but his tongue started to outline my lips, and I immediately opened my mouth, and he slipped it in. He thoroughly familiarized himself with my mouth, and he tasted like peppermint candy. I knew he loved to eat peppermint, and he must have just finished a piece. I don’t know how long we were at it, because I zoned out. I was trembling as ripples of desire curled inside of me, and I was wet down there. I had to stop that, or else we would be making out inside of a crowded airport!
Sunday, December 12, 2010
Girlfriends Series, Book 3