By Sue Charnley
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Jack's gaze fastened on her breasts and traveled a slow delicious line to her lips. They were pressed firmly together, but he remembered their plush fullness. Remembered them pressed just as firmly to his own. ” she moaned. ” Baffled, he looked down at the bulge in his pants he'd been trying to hide then back at her irate expression. ” Her jaw dropped. ” Jack was horrified. He couldn't believe those words came from his mouth. “No! Absolutely not. ” Clare leaned forward. Her brows rose. He could see he'd gotten her attention.
Jack tossed the sheet around himself, toga fashion, knotting it as he ran after her. He found her in the corner of the sitting room sofa. His rumpled suit coat covered her top, as she jammed her limbs into the matching trousers. ” He made a grab for the pant legs. With an odd, kangaroo-like jump, she folded her legs— half-donned pants and all—beneath her, then wrapped her arms across her chest, hugging the suit coat closed. He smiled at the thought of trying to remove the suit. ” She ignored his remark.
That much of you I will be proud to add to my family. ” She took a crisp, tiny bite of toast. Jack returned to his seat. ” 50 Devil May Clare by Sue Charnley “I now know your personal history. You've told me how you and Clare met. ” “Clare's work takes her all over the world for long stretches of time. I also know how busy a successful corporation can keep its CEO. ” Jack pasted a rueful grin on his face. ” “No, I worked hard at it. ” “That's a considerable sacrifice on your part. ” Happily apart and committed to being single.
Devil may Clare by Sue Charnley