Their kiss deepened as his hands moved down her back, then round her hips and slowly upwards again.
Her head went back and a small moan escaped her throat as she surrendered to the delicious feel of his hands through the silky baby-doll top.
“Not sure I can undo this clasp,” he muttered.
She loved his frown of concentration as he fumbled slightly with the fastening, but once he’d managed to open it he slid the flimsy top off her shoulders until it fell to the floor. All the time he was looking down at her breasts.
“God, you’re beautiful,” he breathed.
'Fragrance of Violets' is available from Whiskey Creek Press and Amazon.
If you'd like to find out more about the Lake District, where most of this contemporary romance of forgiveness and renewed love is set, do look back at my A-Z Blog Challenge posts for April.
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