Alex walked to his bag and pulled out a belt. Without saying a word, he moved behind her, slid the belt down first one shoulder and then the other before leaning against her and whispering, "Do you trust me, Sierra?"
"Yes," she whispered.
"Put your hands behind your back."
She complied, wincing when he cinched the belt around her wrists so tightly she couldn't break free. A tingle of fear rippled down her spine. She'd been partially joking about being restrained, hadn't thought he'd go through with it.
His hands moved around her torso, firmly grasping her tits in his hands before licking the side of her neck. "I'm going to have my way with you again. Don't speak." He sucked on her earlobe. "Don't think. Let me have complete control for once. Just feel."
She nodded, heartbeat lodged in her throat.
He squeezed her ass before biting each cheek, his thumbs sliding into the crack and spreading her open.
Face against the mattress, she had never felt so vulnerable. His hands slid down the back of her thighs before returning to her ass and spanking her. Once. Twice. Soft at first. Then harder. Squeezing. Biting.
From the back cover...
Only the good die young. When Shane Weston is murdered before prosecuting a key member of the Mexican drug cartel, he can't accept the idea that all of the plans he had had for his life will never come true. More than that, he can't let go of the love he has for his fiancée.
Love never dies. Sierra Daniels is crushed after Shane's death. Head writer on a successful television series, she can't get back into the groove of life. All enthusiasm for work is gone. Ready to quit everything, she travels to her cabin in Lake Tahoe in hopes of escaping everyone's expectations and disappearing for a while.
The lines between right and wrong often blur. Alexander Blaine has risked his future on a career change from DEA agent to lead consultant and writer on hit television series. Sierra's grief has shadowed everyone around her, including him, and jeopardizes both of their careers. Unwilling to accept defeat, he follows her to Lake Tahoe determined to break through the barrier enveloping her and make her see that life is still worth living.
Letting go is like a death. Sierra never thought she would be caught in a love triangle between her writing partner, Alex, and the love of her life, Shane—especially because her ex-fiancé is now a ghost. Tormented with both guilt for moving on with someone else and a desire to be free of the past, she's into the gray area of right, wrong, life, death, ghosts, dreams—the part of life where all the lines are blurred.
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