A Touch Of Fae
In the next split-second she was forcefully jerked to a full stop in the middle of her fall. Her ponytail whipped forward and her scrunchy fell to the floor exactly where she would have landed. Looking up, she was disoriented to see herself looking back, only in shaded amber. The wrap-around shades had not shifted from the red-haired giant’s face even as he caught her. Her amazement chased away her embarrassment.
“How did you do that?” she asked him. “You were across the room.”
Smiling slightly, the big man snugged her up against his chest and Violet forgot what she had been saying. It felt like she was cuddling with a concrete wall. There was no give in the steel bands wrapped around her back. Without a doubt he could hold her in this crazy position indefinitely and never break a sweat.
But he didn’t. Straightening, he settled her on her feet. Then commenced to stroking her back with his dinner plate sized hand as he waited to make sure she was steady.
“I’m fine, really.”
Digging up her determination, she stepped away from his hand. Regretfully. How could something that hard feel so good? And so big. Feminine curiosity pulled at her. Was he that big everywhere?
Instinctively her gaze dropped to his crotch.
Slamming her eyelids closed in humiliation, she turned away.
The giant chuckled behind her. “Yes,” he whispered simply.
Violet was mortified. She absolutely wanted to die. Was she that transparent? Did her face give away that much? With those damn shades on she couldn’t tell where he was looking. Obviously he had seen her glance at his crotch.
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Violet Nichols has led a sheltered life in her quiet little Kentucky town, but when two men walk into her shop and blow her mind with their sensuality, she’s taken off guard. They strike her as being a little otherworldly, especially the big one with auburn hair, but they’re gone before she can learn more about them.
Rory fights against Violet’s draw, but even five hundred miles away her spirit tugs at him and he knows the attraction will only grow. Alessandro, his longtime partner, understands that his Fae needs have to be met, but Rory refuses to choose between the two of them.
Teaching Violet about her heritage is a decadent pleasure, one he and Alessandro undertake with enthusiasm. When Faerie grants them a special blessing, he has hope that the three of them can live a life together.
Whether the Fae ruling council wants them to or not…