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Book Title: Playing The Hero|
The author of the book: K. Sterling
Date of issue: May 20th 2015
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Format files: PDF
The size of the: 370 KB
Edition: Bawdy Books
Read full description of the books Playing The Hero:Carter Whitney gave up on men and dating. He'd been burned so many times and in the worst ways. After four years of successful celibacy, Carter thought he could resist the charming and insanely hot doctor from the grocery store.
Reid Randolph is the charming and insanely hot doctor from the grocery store. He wants Carter. Bad. And when Reid wants something, he doesn't let anything get in his way.
“You’re wrong. I’m not perfect and you aren’t normal. If you want, we can go back to my place and I’ll show you just how much a guy like me can go for a guy like you.” Reid winked and Carter’s heart was out of control as Reid grabbed the front of his t-shirt. “I am romantic, intelligent and decent but sometimes, I look at you and all of that goes out the window. I’m trying really hard to be those things because that’s what you deserve.” His lips hovered against Carter’s and the taste of hot mint teased Carter’s tongue. “Right now, I’m feeling pretty indecent and what I want to do to you has very little to do with romance.” Reid murmured and Carter swallowed as need slammed into him, his skin tingled and itched as the desire to feel every part of his body pressed against Reid’s overwhelmed him. He angled his head forward so that his lips brushed against Reid’s.
“Why are you telling me this now, while we’re parked in front of a handful of people eating breakfast?” His voice was gravelly as his hand wrapped around Reid’s thigh. He felt Reid’s smile against his lips.
“Because I don’t want to hear any more of this nonsense about me being out of your league or you being average or normal. Because the way I want you isn’t average or normal.” Reid angled his head and his tongue slipped between Carter’s lips and teased Carter’s for a moment before he raised his head. “Got it?” He waited until Carter nodded. “Great. Let’s go, I want waffles.” Reid announced as he released Carter’s shirt and got out of the car. Sadie followed, leaving Carter to stare, stunned and blinking until Reid tapped on the window.
The waffles were good. Probably. Carter was so rattled by Reid’s declaration that he could have eaten a bowl of dryer lint and he wouldn’t have noticed. He kept staring at Reid’s lips and his mind was stuck on the whole “…what I want to do to you has very little to do with romance.” thing. Carter was so tempted to ask what Reid had in mind and see if they could go back to his place. Carter was a lot of things but stupid wasn’t one of them. When a man like Reid told you he wanted to do indecent things with you, by God, you did them.
Read information about the authorK. Sterling
Writes books about boys kissing. Lover of profanity, pot and animals. Purveyor of pornography and ridiculous thoughts and plots.
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