Days of Blood and Starlight by Laini Taylor book review
Beth grapples between the debilitating nervousness over her sexual inexperience and her unbridled need for Aidan. Posted in Excerpt , New Release. Leave a comment. Aidan draped his arm over her seat and moved closer. Then, finally, his lips were near hers. Beth took in a sharp breath as he moved lower. When his lips met her neck, desire rippled from her head to her toes and she let out a gasp. I got carried away.
Damn it. Kiss my cheek.
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My neck. He wore navy blue briefs and a white T-shirt that hugged him across his chest and shoulders. With the setting of the sun, darkness shrouded the room except for the soft light from the table lamp, lending him an ethereal glow. He looked like a powerful blend of runway model and unadulterated male. Any apprehension Beth had about her appearance vanished when Aidan spotted her on the bed.
He cleared his throat, though his voice sounded no less rough because of it. Beth tried to breathe normally, but it was impossible. She slid across the mattress, feeling a heightened awareness of every part of her body under his dedicated stare. As her bare feet met the carpet, she adjusted her nightgown. She wanted nothing more than to please him, to give him the show he craved and so much more.
Beth did as he requested, receiving a sense of empowerment and pleasure that could never come from being one of the most popular actresses in the country, but only from the admiration of the man for whom she cared so deeply—the man who knew the real her, not the enhanced version created by the movie studio, and still desired her above all other women. At the completion of her rotation, Beth made the thrilling discovery that Aidan was aroused. His erection pushed against his briefs, giving her the strongest indication yet as to how he looked beneath them.
She longed to touch him like she did in the bathroom at his house, only in the flesh.
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And this time, she would bring him to orgasm. Aidan set down the towel and moved toward her, his hair wild and damp, his eyes gloriously green and greedy. Beth breathed in deeply as his arms encircled her waist and he pulled her close. He smelled like lavender soap and summer rain. He leaned forward and kissed her carefully, kindling her internal flame of desire. Beth pushed her hands into his hair and pressed her lips more firmly to his, even adding a bit of tongue.
Aidan pulled back. His eyes searched hers, as if he sensed there was an additional method to her erotic madness. Beth frowned. With a hum, Aidan brushed his lips to her ear, his fingers dancing over the skin the lace of her negligee revealed. Close-up of a s bad boy channeling a tragic past and the stress of sudden super stardom through the art of Method acting. Alexandra Richland spends rotating twelve-hour shifts working as a registered nurse at a Toronto hospital, indulging in her love of science and medicine, and caring for patients with their own unique tales to tell.
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