Diamond Bay by Linda Howard

By Linda Howard

He used to be slightly alive. anyone had shot him two times. Trusting her instincts, Rachel did not name the police. Her 6th experience instructed her that she used to be his merely desire. With him mendacity subconscious prior to her, Rachel needed to come to a decision his destiny, in addition to her personal.

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My nightgown drooped when I bent over you. " "No," she whispered. " This had to stop, right now, though she had a feeling that it was already too late, that she should never have sat down on the bed. "Move your hand," she said, trying desperately to put some strength into her voice. " He obeyed without hesitation, triumph stamped on his hard, dark face. She shot up from the bed, her face on fire. What an utter fool she had made of herself! He probably wouldn't be able to sleep for laughing at her.

It made her blood congeal. The arm under her chin was choking her, and she automatically raised both hands, clutching at him. The knife moved menacingly closer. "No, none of that," he whispered, his mouth close to her ear. Rachel shrank from the knife, her head digging into his shoulder, her body crowding frantically against his in an attempt to put distance between herself and that shining blade. Every detail of his body was imprinted against her, and suddenly her dazed senses realized what she was feeling.

How could his touch remain so gentle, while the wrath of hell glittered in his eyes? " His fingers trailed down her hip to her thigh and rubbed across the hem of her shorts, then gently glided beneath it. "Recuperate. I can't do a damned thing right now, including dress myself. " She couldn't control her breathing, or her pulse rate. Heat was building inside her, destroying her ability to think and leaving her to operate purely on her senses. She knew she should move his hand, but the rasp of his rough fingertips on her thigh was so pleasurable that all she could do was sit there, quivering slightly like a leaf in a soft spring breeze.

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