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Part I – Amie Louellen
Part II – Lisa Sanchez
Part III – AJ Nuest
Part IV – Darlene Fredette
Let’s go over what we’re learned—names are important, conversation, eyeing each other, and the building of trust. You’ve got all that, right? Then let’s talk about the good stuff. That’s right—7 through 12.
7. Mouth to mouth
8. Hand to Head
9. Hand to Body
10. Mouth to Bosom
11. Hand to Erogenous Zones.
7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 are all expected—it’s Sex Ed 101. What surprises me is 8—head to hand.
How many times have you read about the hero reaching up to tuck the heroine’s hair behind her ear, or brushing her bangs out of her face? How many times have you seen your love asleep and gently touched his hair or the side of his face? This is the most intimate of the non-sexual touches, where to buy clomid online which is why it ranks so high on the list. Don’t believe me? Next time you are privy to another couple’s argument, watch (covertly, of course). He’ll reach out to touch her face, and she will duck away from him denying him that intimacy. But when things are good…
A heart beat later, he cupped her face in his hands and lifted her mouth to his.
She waited in breathless anticipation for his kiss. Just before it came, she thought she heard him mutter, “Why the hell
But then his lips brushed across hers and all rational thought fled.
Savanna melted against him. She didn’t have the strength to fight this any longer. Didn’t want to even if she did.
She felt as if she had waited her whole life for this moment, to be held in his arms.
She had wanted this—him—for so long, for days, forever.
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