Peanut Goes to School (Elder Races #6.7) by Thea Harrison

PeanutGoesToSchoolDragos Cuelebre is no longer the only dragon.

Dragos’s son Liam Cuelebre (a.k.a. Peanut) is springing into existence, reminiscent of the first of the Elder Races who were born at the beginning of the world. At just six months of age, he has already grown to the size of a large five-year-old boy. He can read, write in complete sentences, and his math skills are off the chart.

A white dragon in his Wyr form, Liam also holds more Power than almost anyone else. In an effort to give him a taste of normality, no matter how fleeting, his parents Pia and Dragos enroll him in first grade.

They hope school will help teach Liam how to relate to others, a vital skill that will help him control his growing Power. But school has a surprising number of pitfalls, and relating to others can be a tricky business.

When a classmate is threatened, Liam must quickly learn self-control, how to rein in his instincts, and govern his temper, because there’s no doubt about it—he is fast becoming one of the most dangerous creatures in all of the Elder Races.

CreativeDeedsReadsDisclosure1I love this kid and I have since he was truly a little ‘peanut.’ I also love this little side-track journey that Thea Harrison treated readers to. Dragos Takes a Holiday, Pia Saves the Day and Peanut Goes to School may have been short and sweet but they have been packed full of awesome. :)

Liam is not your average little boy. He’s not your average Wyr. No one knows exactly what he’s capable of, especially Liam. I loved his take on the world around him and as usual, being inside this amazing little boy’s head was a treat. I loved getting to know both Dragos and Pia better through him. This is a kid who is surrounded by love and he gives as good as he gets.

This book also brought the ‘momma bear’ out in me. You’ll know why when you read it so I’m not leaving any spoilers. You’ll just have to trust me when I say that I admire both Dragos’ and Pia’s restraint.

One thing that I’m sure of is that there are amazing things in store for these characters. Even though the story arc with these novellas is over, I’m sure we haven’t seen the last of them being front and center. If you haven’t picked up the Elder Races yet, start with Dragon Bound. It’s the beginning of Dragos and Pia’s story. These characters have come a long way since that book and I have a lot of book bullies that I am eternally grateful for introducing me to them. You can thank me later ;)



Dangerous Ground (Dangerous Ground #1) by Josh Lanyon

DangerousGroundSpecial Agents for the Department of Diplomatic Security, Taylor MacAllister and Will Brandt have been partners and best friends for three years, but everything changed the night Taylor admitted the truth about his feelings for Will. But it’s complicated…

Taylor agreed to a camping trip in the High Sierras — despite the fact that he hates camping — because Will wants a chance to save their partnership. But the trip is a disaster from the first, and things rapidly go from bad to worse when they find a crashed plane and a couple of million dollars in stolen money.

With a trio of murderous robbers trailing them, Will and Taylor are on dangerous ground, fighting for their partnership, their passion…and their lives.

This was a short, sweet, freebie that I picked up, but it was one of those short stories that wasn’t lacking. It was also one of the best ‘friends to lovers’ books that I”ve read for a while.

Taylor and Will planned a get-away to sort out their ‘relationship’ and they got a lot more than they bargained for. It seems that they can’t stay far from danger even when they are off duty.

I liked the interactions between these two. The romance was inevitable, but there was always the question of whether they were just trying to get it ‘out of their system’ or if there was really something there. I liked the fact that the POV switched back and forth – for a lot of reasons.

This was a great introduction to the series and gave me just enough time with these two characters to realize that I wanted more. ;)


The Unexpected Gift (The Hunted #1.5) by Amanda Shofner

UnexpectedGiftWhen Michael “Coop” Cooper gave up his Gift, he was told it’d be forever. And he accepted it. Years later, the sacrifice doesn’t seem so terrible: he’s learned to survive without it, he’s gained the necessary intel to begin building a Gifted army, and he found the woman he intends to claim for his own.

In the middle of their recruitment process, his Gift comes back. Unexpectedly. But rather than celebrating the impossible, Coop’s carefully laid plans are about to come to naught… unless he can find a way to survive and make it right.

I loved the first book in The Hunted series. Maybe the reason I picked up this novella before I even finished Elusive Memories was because I knew that one book about these two wasn’t going to be enough. Regardless, I wasn’t disappointed.

The Unexpected Gift is told from Coop’s POV. I liked that switch. Getting his gift back caught everyone off guard,  but Sam’s response threw Coop’s world in a tail spin. I loved this extra little glimpse into the world. It added another interesting layer and let readers in on where some of the other characters were since Elusive Memories ended.

In case you’re curious, I still want more time with Coop and Sam, but I know that there is a lot more to come and I probably haven’t seen the last of them. The Unexpected Gift was a nice treat. Now I’ll patiently wait for the next installment. Janey’s story is sure to be interesting and we don’t have too much longer to wait. *runs to stalk author*


Arresting Love (Wild R Farm #2) by Silvia Violet – Bout-of-Books 11.0 Review

ArrestingLoveBilly Lawson is jealous. Every day he watches his boss, Cole, and his boss’s lover, Jonah, prove again and again how deeply in love they are. Billy’s never had a real relationship, and he didn’t believe true love existed until Cole proved otherwise. Now, he longs for what Cole and Jonah have.

When he meets Levi, a scared, wounded shifter who needs his help, he ignores the chemistry that flares between them, thinking he’d be taking advantage of Levi at a vulnerable time in his life. Before Levi can convince Billy they were made for each other, his past catches up to him, and both men must fight for a chance at love.

Arresting Love is the second book in Silvia Violet’s Wild R Farm series. I loved Billy in Cole and Jonah’s book, Finding Release. Not only did he love and respect Cole, he was one of the few people willing (and brave enough) to put him in his place. I was really happy when I realized that readers weren’t going to have to wait for him to get his HEA.

I really liked Levi, even though I wanted to shake him for not trusting Billy enough with his secrets. It wasn’t even Levi’s secrets that kept pushing Billy away. It was because he didn’t want to get hurt and didn’t want to take advantage of Levi. Turns out Levi knew exactly what he wanted and he was a lot stronger than anyone thought.

Even though this was Levi and Billy’s story, we got to spend some quality time with the other characters. I loved the glimpses we got of Jonah and Cole. There were a couple of new characters and a couple that made a return. I think that’s one of the things I like most about a series. Just because you finish one book doesn’t mean you have to say goodbye to those characters that drew you in to begin with. I think I’m going to enjoy my time on Wild R Farm. ;)

The next book in the series is Embracing Need, followed by the novella Taming Tristan. Some of the funniest moments in Arresting Love were between Tristan and Billy, so I’m really looking forward to getting to know Tristan even better.


Bout-of-Books 11.0 Wrap-up

boutofbooks1BlogI’m actually kinda impressed with my progress this week. I worked part-time at 3 jobs, watched 2 grandchildren and still found time to read.

I started out with a list of books to choose from and a fairly easy ‘theme’ approach. I actually didn’t even make it through the first day without straying from my Seriously Series theme. (I ask again… is anyone surprised?) Okay, if we want to stretch it, the author of said book was at least the author of 3 of my Seriously Series books. What’s really impressive is that I waited until the wee hours of Sunday morning to pull a book out that wasn’t even on my list… from an author that isn’t on my Seriously Series list… but it was late and I needed something short and sweet, and….  Honestly? That’s the beauty of Bout-of-Books. There are no rules. As long as you’re happy with your progress, it’s all good.

So, what did I manage to read this week? Here’s the final tally….

  1. Asylum (Causal Enchantment #2) by KA Tucker (252 Pages)
  2. With All My Soul (Soul Screamers #7) by Rachel Vincent (396 Pages)
  3. Moon of the Terrible (Seasons of the Moon: Cain Chronicles #3) by S.M. Reine (59 Pages)
  4. Red Rose Moon (Seasons of the Moon: Cain Chronicles #4) by S.M. Reine (73 Pages)
  5. Sins of Eden (Ascension #7) by S.M. Reine (294 Pages)
  6. Arresting Love (Wild R Farm #2) by Silvia Violet (130 Pages)

My total page count ended up being 1204. Yay! Beyond that, I managed to visit a couple of blogs, but not too many. I participated in one Challenge (I checked them all out though and they were awesome this time!) I didn’t participate in any of the Twitter Chats, but I did watch them from the sidelines. That’s always entertaining. All in all, this was a extremely successful Bout-of-Books.

Now the fun starts! Not that last week wasn’t fun, but I always enjoy getting to know the Grand Prize winner and helping them decide what they want to do. Who knows what it will be this time. Bookmarks? Business Cards? New graphics to dress up their blog? Stay tuned because whatever we do we’ll be sure to share ;)

So, how did you enjoy Bout-of-Books? Did you have fun? I’d love to hear all about it.


With All My Soul (Soul Screamers #7) by Rachel Vincent – Bout-of-Books 11.0 Review

WithAllMySoulWhat does it mean when your school is voted the most dangerous in America? It’s time to kick some hellion butt…

After not really surviving her junior year (does “undead” count as survival?), Kaylee Cavanaugh has vowed to take back her school from the hellions causing all the trouble. She’s going to find a way to turn the incarnations of Avarice, Envy and Vanity against one another in order to protect her friends and finish this war, once and forever.

But then she meets Wrath and understands that she’s closer to the edge than she’s ever been. And when one more person close to her is taken, Kaylee realizes she can’t save everyone she loves without risking everything she has.

I have to be honest. I really drug my feet on finishing this series. I’ve loved every single minute of my time spent with Kaylee and company. Saying goodbye to this amazing world was just part of the reason why I was dragging my feet though. The more I read, the more I knew that there was no possible way for things to end well for everyone. These characters had suffered so much loss I wasn’t sure I could endure experiencing any more of their pain and suffering. I was told by more than one reader to put my ‘big girl’ pants on and trust the author to not totally crush me. So, now that I’ve finished the Soul Screamers series, what’s the verdict? *sigh*

These characters have come a long way in a short amount of time. It seemed like years had passed from the time that Kaylee first learned exactly who and what she was. That time frame was put into perspective when Kaylee mentioned that she and Nash had only been a couple for six months. Wow… A lot happened within that year. A lot happened in With All My Soul as well. New demons were introduced, more people were put in danger, sacrifices were made along with decisions that changed everything for everyone. There were times when I wanted to wrap my arms around them all and tell them it would all be okay, even though I knew it wouldn’t be.

So, about that verdict… I can honestly say that With All My Soul falls into that ‘thumbs up’ category when it comes to series finales. Yes, there were tears. Yes, these characters faced more danger and tragedy, but there was a balance to it all. I was amazed at how well things were wrapped up in the end.

SoulScreamers4Even though I’ve read the final book, I still have a few novellas left to read. I’m kind of glad that I held off so I could read With All My Soul as part of Volume 4 in the series. The final volume also includes Fearless, Niederwald and Last Request. See, sometimes procrastination does pay off ;)


No Limits (Ultimate #1) by Lori Foster

NoLimitsCannon Colter is quintessential hero material: chiseled jawline, shredded body—the works. He’s also the guy who rescued Yvette Sweeny from kidnappers, only to put an end to her romantic dreams. These days, she’s older, smarter, determined to face whatever life throws her way. Even the prospect of sharing a house and business with Cannon. 

Cannon knew Yvette wanted him three years ago. But she was young—and some things are worth waiting for. Thrown together by her grandfather’s legacy, he realizes how deep Yvette’s scars really go, and how much danger lurks in their quiet town. As pent-up desire explodes between them, protecting her becomes the only fight that matters. And he’ll break all the rules to do it…

CreativeDeedsReadsDisclosure1Cannon Colter was first introduced in Lori Foster’s Love Undercover series. (I love these series crossovers ;) ) When readers first met him, he was more than just a little mysterious – maybe even dangerous. As his character developed, it quickly became apparent that there was a lot more to Cannon than the street smart kid that he first appeared to be. At the end of Dash of Peril, Lori Foster let readers know that Cannon and his friends were going to get their own series. Needless to say, I was pleasantly surprised ;).

No Limits is the perfect introduction to the Ultimate series. If you want a taste of what the series is about, you can start with the prequel novella, Hard Knocks. Cannon and Yvette have known each other for years. She was an infatuated teenager and Cannon played the role of protector. They had been attracted to each other for years, but the timing was never right. Their connection was strong and the outcome was inevitable, but as usual, it’s not always the destination, but the journey and nobody does that quite as well as Lori Foster.

Besides the romance between Cannon and Yvette, there was a lot of other drama going on in No Limits. More characters were introduced and there was unexpected danger and some twists that I honestly didn’t see coming. Yeah, this was a great beginning and I can’t wait to see what this author has in store for readers next.




Moon of the Terrible & Red Rose Moon (Cain Chronicles 3 & 4) by S.M. Reine – Bout-of-Books 11.0 Review

Because these two books are so short I decided to review them together. I’ll try to keep the events separate, but I’m not making any promises. No spoilers…. at least nothing intentional. In other words… continue reading at your own risk. ;)

Moon of the Terrible
MoonOfTheTerribleAbel is struggling to find his footing at the werewolf sanctuary when he receives terrible news: the girl he loves and his brother have vanished. Seth calls to claim that they’re eloping, but Abel knows it’s a lie. There’s no way that Rylie would get married without telling him. Not when the memory of her scorching kiss is still burning on his lips.

Certain that something is wrong, Abel drops everything to rescue Rylie and Seth – and stake his claim over his mate.

Honestly, when I finally finish this series I’m going to start it all over again. So much happens in these books and it’s so intertwined. That doesn’t even take into consideration the fact that these characters all come back in S.M. Reine’s Ascension series. Yeah, I see a HUGE re-read marathon in my future. *sigh*

The Cain Chronicles mark a turning point for Rylie and everyone around her. She may be the Alpha and her wolf may be stronger than any one else’s but she still had human drama to deal with. Since I skipped this series and went right to the Ascension series before I even finished the Seasons of the Moon series, I was a little confused about how the Rylie, Seth, Abel triangle actually happened. This series clears everything up. Up until now, I didn’t really like Abel – Moon of the Terrible was my turn around point. Readers have been getting to know him a little bit better with each book and even though I haven’t changed my opinion about Seth, I finally understand the ‘why’ of it all.

S.M. Reine doesn’t make things easy for her characters. She has basically put all three of these characters in an impossible situation that they have no control over. I promised no spoilers, so you’ll just have to continue the series to completely understand.

If the internal battle between Seth, Rylie and Abel wasn’t bad enough, they’ve got a lot of external battles going on that make things even more complicated. Then there was the ending… yeah, I knew it was coming but it was still jaw dropping. Needless to say, I picked up Red Rose Moon immediately….


Red Rose Moon

RedRoseMoonRylie Gresham, Alpha of the endangered werewolf species, is pregnant. The fact that she’s only eighteen and maybe a tiny bit in love with her boyfriend’s brother isn’t even the worst part: the baby is going to be a werewolf, too. Certain that Seth is the father, she finally agrees to marry him, even if her heart is still filled with doubt.

Abel is being held captive by Cain when he hears about Rylie’s condition – and the shocking circumstances surrounding the conception. Rylie and Abel have been mating on the full moons, so there’s a chance that he’s the father, and she has no clue. Now Abel has to escape Cain and crash the wedding before his mate marries his brother.

A zombie mother-in-law, back-stabbing hunters, and wicked morning sickness mean that they’re all in for one heck of a party.

Just when I didn’t think things could get more intense…. well, it’s S.M. Reine, so I should have known better. Once I picked up Red Rose Moon there was no putting it down.

The synopsis pretty much says it all, so there’s not a whole lot more to add without giving anything away. There were some huge twists in this one though. Some that I never saw coming, honestly. There were people that I wanted to strangle and then there was Abel… I fell in love with him just a little bit more in Red Rose Moon. Since I’ve read ahead… I know how things end up. I’m really going to enjoy the rest of the journey though.

CainChroniclesThis is the last book in the Cain Chronicles set. The last books are individual full length books and lucky for me, I have Dark Moon Rising, Of Wings and Wolves and Alpha Moon ready and waiting. ;)


Asylum (Causal Enchantment #2) by K.A. Tucker – Bout-of-Books 11.0 Review

AsylumTucked away in Sofie’s wintery asylum with no hope of release for years, Evangeline must come to terms with her situation: the curse still plagues her, she’s now hunted by a two thousand-year-old vampire, and the guy she’s in love with tried to kill her. Plus, she’s locked up with a cranky Max and the Forero kids—two people everyone seems to prefer dead over alive. Things aren’t looking good.

Meanwhile, back in Manhattan, Sofie struggles to keep forty trapped and bloodthirsty Ratheus vampires at bay and a desperate Viggo from killing Evangeline’s friends, all while hints stir outside the walls of the NYC vampire asylum of a war brewing between the Sentinel and the witches.

Is there any hope for Evangeline and Caden? Can Sofie control the rival powers? Is the fate of Earth predestined?

I would imagine that at least a few people reading this didn’t even know that K.A. Tucker had written a series before Ten Tiny Breaths. I’ve read the first two books in that series and loved them. My first introduction to this author’s talented writing came from this series though. From the first time I read Anathema, I was hooked. Putting the Causal Enchantment series on my Seriously Series reading list was inevitable.

Asylum begins where Anathema ended. Even though it’s been a while since I read the first book in the series, it didn’t take me long to catch up. I wouldn’t recommend leaving a long time span between the two though, because a lot happens. There are twists and turns and the players change from chapter to chapter. What made it even more complicated was the fact that there were not only two POV to follow, but those characters were in two totally different venues. Sofie sent Evangeline away to keep her safe, but neither one of them had any real idea of what was going on with the other. Each character had their own drama going on and danger to ward off. They also had to learn to put their trust in others and form allies where they never expected to and in some cases probably shouldn’t have. Yes, things were complicated.

Only one thing kept me from giving Asylum a full 5 stars…. I loved the characters, the story kept me interested and on the edge of my seat the closer it got to the end and even though it ended in a cliff hanger that I kind of saw coming, it wasn’t nearly as jaw dropping as the end of Anathema (I still purchased the next book before I was finished… just in case.) What held back that last 1/2 star was Evangeline. She made a rash decision that pretty much changed everything (not to mention keeping some pretty volatile secrets that will more than likely endanger her even more.) I understand why she did what she did, something had to happen… I just wish there was another way. *sigh* I suppose I’ll just have to trust the author to fix this in the next two books. ;) Allegiance is next, so stay tuned!

CausalEnchantmentSeriesOne last thing… if you are planning on reading this series, consider purchasing the boxed set that contains all four books. Even if you take advantage of, Anathema still being offered FREE as of the time this was posted, the set is still considerably cheaper than buying each book individually. And yes, this is another ‘do as I say, not as I do’ kind of statement. You can thank me later ;)


Perfect Chemistry by Jodi Redford Blog Tour August 11-25


When it comes to sexy geeks, Leo Martinez and Devlin Hawke are as hot as they get. But falling for the wrong guy has always been Sidney Chase’s forte.

She’s not about to submit to her inner bad girl by giving in to her secret fantasies about her sex-on-a-stick bosses. When she’s accidentally exposed to the supercharged aphrodisiac in their lab, Sidney tosses aside her inhibitions and unknowingly provides her bosses with an eye-popping display of self lovin’ courtesy of the office security cameras.

Despite their mutual craving for Sidney, Leo and Devlin made a pact long ago to keep her off limits. The last thing they’d wanted was to scare off their best PA by overwhelming her with their kinky tendencies. Witnessing the arousing effects of their aphrodisiac elixir on Sidney changes everything. Not only is she the answer they’ve been looking for in regards to fine-tuning their formula, she’s the perfect woman for them. And with a little help from one helluva sinful science experiment, they’ll prove that love is far more potent than anything manufactured in a bottle.

Warning: This red hot office romance contains 3 parts sizzling m/f/m menage, 2 parts sexy and sweet geeks, one part wicked bondage and sex toys, and a whole lot of combustible chemistry. Safety glasses required.

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Devlin grabbed his coffee mug and crossed over to his office. He powered on his tablet and scrolled through his emails. Nothing much exciting beyond a few tech newsletters he subscribed to and an ad for penis enlargement. He deleted that one and settled in to peruse the article on 3-D printing. Halfway through his read he was hit with the odd certainty that something was off about the placement of his paperclip dispenser. Frowning, he leaned back in his chair. “Hey, were you messing with my stuff?”

A grunt came from the other side of the wall. “Yes, because clearly I have nothing better to do than drive your OCD ass crazy.”

“Well, you are a maniacal motherfucker.” Devlin made a point of loudly plopping the dispenser back into its proper position. “And it’s not OCD. I use the stapler more often, so it should be front and center, not the paperclips.”

“Admitting you have a problem is the first step in recovery.”

“Asshole.” Chuckling, Devlin finished up his coffee and returned to the kitchenette for a refill. He was waylaid on the round trip to his office with Leo’s request to fetch his reading glasses from the lab. After tossing out a few teasing digs about his partner becoming an old man, Devlin made tracks down the hall and fished his badge from his pants pocket.

The moment he stepped into the lab he was struck once again with the peculiar sensation that something wasn’t quite right. As much time as he spent in the space, it was practically his second home. So with that said, if his Spidey-sense was telling him that a detail wasn’t as it should be, he was damn well going to listen up.

Rubbing his chin, he surveyed the room, mentally checking off boxes as he cataloged each detail individually. Trash can in corner—normal. Lab coats on their proper hooks? Yep. Workstations prepped and ready for— His mental inspection skidding to a halt, he stared at the empty test tube holder resting on the station across from him. The vial had most definitely been there when he and Leo locked up yesterday.

So where the hell did it go?

Determined to get to the bottom of that mystery, he retraced his steps to Leo’s office. “Did you do something with one of the vials from batch 39?”

Leo tore his focus from his monitor, his brow furrowed. “No. Why?”

“It’s missing.”


Well aware of where Leo’s thoughts were jumping, Devlin shot up his hand. “Don’t burst your coronary. We don’t know that this is a repeat of Texon.” But after having one of their prized formula’s ripped off by a competitor several years ago, the fear was there of it happening again. Even with all the precautions they’d taken to prevent a reoccurrence, the threat was always present. There was only so much they could do.

Leo vaulted from his chair and rushed from his office. Devlin stayed hot on his heels. Once inside the lab, Leo confirmed Devlin’s suspicions with a string of colorful obscenities. Raking his fingers through his hair, he shot a narrow squint at the panel obscuring the security camera in the corner. “Let’s pray they were too sloppy to cover their ass.”

What were the chances someone would be foolish enough to stroll in here and steal Xtacy without disguising their identity? Wisely deciding to keep that woeful dose of reality to himself, he followed Leo back to his office. With a quick click of his mouse Leo pulled up the link to the security system and located the time stamp for last night. He fast-forwarded through an hour or so of uneventful footage before a blip of motion flashed across the screen.

Leo’s features hardened. “Got the son of a bitch.” He rewound a few frames and pressed play.

On the footage, the lab lights flickered on and a woman stepped into view. Devlin blinked. “Wait a minute. Isn’t that—?”

“Sidney.” Her name fell from Leo with the same amount of bemusement that plagued Devlin. They both leaned closer to the computer as she sashayed to the workstation and picked up the test tube.

Devlin shook his head. “I don’t believe it. Not of Sidney. No fucking way.”

“Then what the hell are we looking at?” Leo demanded, his tone flatter than a desert highway. Despite the lack of inflection in his voice, Devlin knew his friend was hiding a world of hurt while he processed the visual evidence of Sidney’s potentially traitorous activity.

“I don’t know, but let’s not jump to conclusions yet.” Come on, Sid. What are you doing? His heart knocking, he waited for the moment she’d put the vial back and scurry out of there, completely unaware of the real criminal lurking in the shadows about to abscond with the Xtacy formula. The wish was a desperate shot in the dark on his part, but he refused to give up hope. No matter how thin it was. When the test tube went flying out of Sidney’s grasp and smashed onto the floor, he straightened with a jolt, renewed optimism crashing over him. “She dropped it. That’s why it’s missing.”

A fraction of the doubt lifted from Leo’s gaze but his shoulders remained tense. “It still doesn’t explain what in the devil she’s doing in the lab.”

“Who knows? Maybe she was just curious—“ Devlin broke off abruptly when Sidney ripped off her blouse and wrenched down her bra. All coherent thought beating a hasty retreat from his head, he stared at the sheer magnificence of her breasts. She cupped their bountiful weight and tweaked her nipples. The real estate in Devlin’s briefs suddenly became a lot more cramped. Gripping the edge of the desk, he risked a quick peek in Leo’s direction and noticed his friend was equally enamored with the unexpected show.

Leo swallowed hard, his Adam’s Apple bobbing. “We probably shouldn’t watch any more of this.”

“Yeah, we shouldn’t.”

They both kept their attention fused to the screen. Sidney’s hand crept inside her panties. He and Leo adjusted their flies simultaneously. She bit her lip, her head falling back against the side of the workstation as her hips moved in rhythm to the motion of her fingers. Even with that miniscule scrap of fabric concealing the view, the sight playing out in front of them was tantalizing as fuck. She was completely uninhibited in her wild chase to the Big O finish line. The continued reel of her gasps and moans sizzled along Devlin’s nerve endings, but it was his and Leo’s names screamed at the top of her lungs when she ultimately came that sucker punched him like a two by four.

Holy shit. Jerking his gaze to Leo, Devlin discovered he wasn’t the only one sledge hammered by that startling last part of her self lovin’ session. “Uh, she just came while thinking about us.” There was no denying the obvious. A person didn’t just randomly scream someone’s name at the height of passion.

Leo scrubbed a hand over his mouth, his wide-eyed stare still glued to his computer. “Fuck me.”

“Uh, dude? Pretty sure that’s precisely what she’s saying.”

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