When Lisa Carlton interferes in a domestic dispute, she opens up some old wounds as well as a new opportunity: now she has to decide if incredible sex is worth the physical and emotional risk. Can she open herself up to Officer Joseph Gage, or will her past control her future?
A 15,200 word (about 60 pages) erotic romance novelette. WARNING: hot, raw, explicit sex between consenting adults.
ALSO AVAILABLE IN THE COLLECTION, "LUST FOR THE LAW."
“Get out of the tub.” He said.
She rose slowly out of the tub, holding his gaze, unflinching, feeling the water run off of her in little rivulets, feeling her nipples go hard again in the cold air. Her whole body felt electrified and alive. She stepped out of the tub and stood naked in front of him.
His stare was unreadable, but she heard him suck in his breath. Please, she thought. Please just touch me.
“Turn around,” he said.
This time it was her turn to suck in her breath. She’d never felt more exposed, and it made her feel incredible. She turned around and closed her eyes.
It was just a moment, but it felt like an eternity before she felt his breath on her neck. He was standing just behind her. He still hadn’t touched her. She was about to beg, really beg, when she felt his hand cup her ass. He ran his hand along the plump cheek, and put his other hand on her waist, drawing her into him.
"Lisa." He breathed, as though he were savoring the taste of her name on his lips, and kissed her just beneath her ear. Then he squeezed her ass, and, in one quick movement, dipped low to scoop her up in his arms.
He grunted and kicked open the door to the bedroom. In two quick steps he'd thrown her onto the bed, nearly bouncing her off, and was tearing at his uniform.
“Lie down.” He said.
“Lie down!” It was an order this time. Like it had been at the house next door. She flushed again, and tried to hide a smile.
“Yes, sir.” She said. She lay back on the bed spread, her head resting comfortably on her pillows. He looked at her appreciatively for a long moment, before making a casual gesture.
“Spread your legs.”
Her mouth opened in quick surprise, but she didn’t say anything. For a moment she wasn’t sure of herself, wasn’t sure of the situation; it seemed to be careening towards intimacy through no fault of her own, and she was beginning to lose control. But she wouldn’t be afraid. She was determined not to be afraid.
She held her breath, and spread her legs.
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Published November 13, 2011
by Ava Adele.
Erotica, Literature & Fiction.