Sunday 14 December 2014

Chapter One: Part 5 - Island Bound #SexySnippets Christmas #romance #ASMSG

Catch up on Island Bound Chapter One excerpts
Read Chapter One - part one HERE
Read Chapter One - part two HERE
Read Chapter One - part three HERE
Read Chapter One - part four HERE
Now on to part five...
(For those stopping by for Sexy Snippets, you can read the lines in bold.)

When she blew a breath against his lips, he tangled one hand in her kinky hair and splayed the other across her round behind. Tilting her head back, he took over the kiss. He swept his tongue across her lips before delving into their partition, a man starved of her delightfully succulent bounty. With his tongue, he razed and subjugated her mouth. With his lips, he drank, fueling his already raging cravings.
She swayed into him, her grip on his shoulders tightening. Her scent intoxicated him and threatened to drive him over the edge. Urging him to take her, to spread her on the sofa and show her what she’d been missing. What she’d miss, if she got what she was asking for. To remind her of the pleasure she’d been denying him—them—these long months.
Instead, he released her and stepped back, his movement brusque. He didn’t care. If he didn’t stop now, they’d be on the sofa with him inside her within a matter of moments. They’d both have pleasure and satisfaction. But only temporarily.
What he had in mind fitted more into the long term.
“I’m going to Brass Island for the festivities and you’re coming with me,” he said as he tried to control his fast, shallow breathing.
She appeared dazed and a blush colored her cheeks.
“I have other plans for Christmas,” she replied, sounding out of breath.
“Cancel them. I’ll call you to confirm travel arrangements.” “Fine. I’ll cancel.” She twisted her lips in displeasure.
He ignored her sulk. “If you say this relationship is over, then I want two weeks with you to get you out of my system. No friends or family. Just the sun, sea, and sand to distract us. After that, I’ll sign your divorce papers. Agreed?”
“Good. I’ll see myself out.”
He strode away from her, into the hot sunshine before he did something he’d truly regret. Like grabbing Christy and shaking her until she recanted her words and confessed that this had all been a mistake. Otherwise, knowing she’d agreed to his demand so easily only meant she wanted him gone—out of her life.
Information so corrosive to his well-being, like salt on an open wound. He almost doubled over as his gut wrenched.
Within the confines of his car, he unleashed an angry growl, turning his pain into determination. If Christy wanted to get rid of him, he’d give her two weeks she’d never forget.

Read Chapter One - part one HERE
Read Chapter One - part two HERE
Read Chapter One - part three HERE
Read Chapter One - part four HERE

Marriage has stripped their relationship of its thin, rose-tinted coating, and bared their monochromatic existence for what it was. Will Joshua and Christy get a second chance this holiday season?

When Christy Inemi-Spiff discovers that the man she vowed to love and honor has no such feelings for her, she’s determined to cut her losses and move on with her life. A quick, quiet divorce is all she wishes for Christmas.

However, Joshua has other ideas. He’s not ready to walk away yet, especially when he doesn’t understand why Christy wants out of their marriage. So he demands she agree to spend a quiet Christmas on a remote African Island with him, hoping they can salvage their relationship. If she still wants a divorce after these two weeks, he will let her go. But not before he’s had his fill of her.

But with the sparking tension between them, and the secrets behind the disintegration of their marriage threatening to explode, will either of them get their wish? Or will this season of good will show them what really lies at the bottom of their hearts?

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