Weddings are supposed to be happy, joyous occasions. Malaya Jones’ sister’s upcoming wedding should have been no different. But instead of looking forward to the nuptials, Malaya finds herself grinning and bearing it—because her sister is engaged to be married to her high school sweetheart, Jared Goodson.
Jared Goodson has only truly loved one woman—the feisty, unique Malaya Jones. But after a tough breakup with her a few years back and finding himself attracted to her sister, Shanice one thing leads to another and he finds himself engaged. He’s sure that his residual attraction to Malaya is just wedding jitters but when he sees her, he knows the truth. He’s marrying the wrong sister.
Malaya and Jared (Part One) is the first in a three part short story series. It is 8,500 words.
Our movements were frenzied, lips smacking against each other, only breaking contact to shed the clothes that kept us apart. My dress was a strip of fabric tossed onto the dresser, his button down shirt was draped over the LCD TV. I cursed his belt and whoever created buttons and jeans and devices that made it so overly complicated for me to get at him like I wanted to. Like I needed to.
When there was only a bra and thong and his boxer briefs between us, I threw my arms around his neck and pulled him back to me. His skin against my skin was electric and his kiss sent sparks shooting that made me moan like some wild thing in heat.
"Jared," I begged, taking his earlobe between my teeth. "Please. Please."
His answer was a growl against my neck as he scooped me up, carrying me to the bed. I vaulted my hips upward as he pulled off my thong and tossed it aside before sinking to his knees. I was wide open for him, my dark flower quivering as I felt his breath inches from my folds.
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Published March 4, 2014
Romance, Literature & Fiction.