By Diana Palmer
Love conflict Teddie Whitehall longed to flee from her tense lifestyles as a brand new York version, and a summer season within the wilds of Canada along with her most sensible friend's relatives sounded ideal. yet conceited rancher Kingston Deveraux appeared rationale on making her think something yet welcome. Teddie knew King used to be confident she was once not anything yet a glamorous playgirl. She additionally Knew the reality wasn't approximately to alter his brain. So why did she think so alive while he was once close to? Giving her center to a guy who despised her was once undesirable sufficient. yet why did she need to cross and fall in love along with her top acquaintances brother?
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The first time . " she whispered brokenly, trying to tell him, to make him understand the devastating experience it was. But he seemed to know it already, smiling down at her as he moved, placing his warm mouth over her lips, increasing the pressure gently as his hand eased down, and then up, swallowing her, and she cried out involuntarily at the unexpected surge of pleasure. He caught his own breath at the wild little sound, drawing back a whisper to look at her. "Magic," he murmured gruffly. "What we do to each other is magic.
Not ever people. " "The grin widened. " he murmured, eyeing her body. She stiffened. " "So you said," he murmured, "but there's fire under all that ice, I'd bet my right arm on it. I could make you change your mind. There's never been a woman I couldn't get," he added with hateful confidence. number one," she hurled back, tired of arguing. " he growled. "It won't work, Teddi, I'm not handing you over to him without a fight. " "I've told King things about you," he said huskily. "None of it very flattering, but he believed it.
This slow, sweet ardor was a world away from the rough passion of yesterday, even though he was hungry, and the hard crush of his mouth showed how hungry. But there was enough restraint in him to make her feel protected, secure in the warmth of his arms as he rocked her gently against his big body. The sound of a door slamming brought his head up with a gruff curse. He drew in a steadying breath and reluctantly let her go. "I'm beginning to think there's no privacy in the world anymore," he muttered darkly.