Tuesday, April 8, 2014

♦♥♦Mary Whitney stops to share 'Forever Your Heart'♦♥♦


 


 

 





By the time we reached my room, though, the bed had become obsolete. We kissed along the way, and I couldn’t get our clothes off fast enough. When Nicki was naked, I had to listen to her usual nonsense about her body. Women will never learn that men are simply happy that they’re naked. After I told Nicki she wasn’t allowed to criticize a body I loved, she rewarded me with a forceful kiss. I grabbed her bum, and she kissed me again with a giggle before jumping up and wrapping her legs around me.

She was so close to me that it made the head of my dick feel like there was a homing device in it. The position must’ve unleashed something similar in her as well. She asked with a smile, “Shall we stand?”

Feeling her wetness against me, I practically hissed, “Why yes, thank you,” and my lips met hers for another kiss. As our tongues tangled, it struck me that I now had a far more verbal partner in Nicki than before.


I was originally unaware that this book was part of a series!  I love that it is set in my old stomping grounds (Washington, D.C.), as well as in the United Kingdom.  Adam and Nicki are both in journalism.  Adam works for the BBC in their Washington division assigned to the White House.  Nicki, on the other hand, is the president’s Deputy Press Secretary.  He hadn’t seen her in 15 years, but that has not lessened Adam’s feelings for her.  This story is Adam’s journey back to Nicki.

“Forever In Your Heart” was a quick and easy read. While I was pretty sure of a happily ever after, the plot was so well crafted that I couldn’t put it down.  I think I will go back and read the other books in the series, “Beside Your Heart” and “Discosure Of The Heart”, so that I can get the story from its beginning! 





Mary Whitney blames Laura Ingalls Wilder and Margaret Mitchell for her obsession with romance novels. At an early age, Mary fell in love with the Little House series and its dreamy hero, Almanzo Wilder, who only wanted Laura to be Laura. Like many women, Mary later graduated to the ultimate, tall and dark bad boy, Rhett Butler, who loved Scarlett despite her flaws.

Mary has lived around the U.S., and after a first career in the non-profit world and politics, she's settled in Northern California with her husband and daughters. She spends her days writing characters she hopes somehow capture the romance of Rhett and Scarlett and Almanzo and Laura. She's a firm believer in what Rhett says to Scarlett: "You should be kissed, and often, and by someone who knows how.

 




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