When Simi finds a pretty old candlestick among the discarded props in the company storeroom, she never imagines it will grant her dearest wish. There’s something mysterious about the carved candlestick, but Simi is drawn to it. She’s saved a red candle from a box she bought years ago in an antique shop, and intends to use the candlestick to hold the last candle and make her solitary Christmas lunch more festive. It’s Christmas Eve, there’s sleet in the wind, Simi slips, but Jason catches her. Who is Jason? Where has he suddenly appeared from in the night?
Simi looks into the eyes of this gorgeous man and sparks fly …
Erotic fantasy romance from Siren Publishing and Elodie Parkes
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His touch still gentle, he unclipped her garter belt from her stockings. He turned her in strong arms to find the back fastening.
Simi felt it slide away. Her thighs clenched at the trail of his fingers down her ass. He slipped them between her legs so that his fingertips reached her creaming pussy. Simi moaned as a huge throb went through her clit and wetness slipped down her inner thighs.
Jason breathed on the soft part of her bare shoulder as he traced the gush of cream around her folds.
Simi pushed back against his hand, groaning, desperate for his fingers in her pussy.
He sucked and kissed the skin at the base of her neck. Then he moved his hand way.
A low moan escaped her.
Jason unfastened her bra and pushed it away from her body, down her arms.
Simi leaned back into his hard body and let it drift in a rustle of silk to the floor.
His whisper in her ear spiked through her breasts and her nipples peaked into hard, yearning buds.
“I want you so much.” He turned her again, as if she was weightless.
“I’m naked almost and you’re still dressed. I want to hold you close. I want to feel your skin against mine.” She fumbled open the remaining closed buttons on his shirt as he put soft, quick kisses on her lips, his breath coming in gasps.
He drew back with a soft smile and pulled his shirt off.
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