Excerpt from Play For It
Erika’s brain stuttered over and over again, like a car running out of gas. She bounced between unable to believe Jared was actually kissing her, and unable to stop kissing him back. She needed him. He was going to hurt her again, she knew that, but she had a hard time caring.
She felt his erection pressed against her belly. It would be so easy to drop to her knees and take him into her mouth. To feel him come apart just from her touch. Her hand slid from his neck and trailed down his body, dancing over the muscles hidden by his clothes. When she came to his fly, she arced her body away so she could cup him through his pants. He jerked in her hand and moaned.
God, she’d missed that sound.
“Give me a minute!” someone yelled from right outside the door. The door right behind Jared. The door that led to the outside world. To work. To life. To other people.
Erika jerked back from Jared. It took him a few extra seconds to realize she wasn’t kissing him any more. His eyes slowly lifted to her face.
How dare he?
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