Today’s SSS is from Swashbuckler, my WIP. After not seeing Rodger for months due to a misunderstanding, Rachel is shocked to see him walk into a restaurant where she is dining. Hoping to avoid him, she of course trips and falls. The wait staff have just helped her get up.
She felt a warm hand on her back that sent shivers of familiar pleasure down her legs. “Sure you’re alright, Love?” Rodger’s deep voice resonated to her core, his hot breath close enough to tickle her skin. He leaned over, reaching around to turn Rachel toward him. She looked up into his eyes, struck again by the deep green pools looking back at her; stunned that she’d missed those eyes more than she’d realized.
“Hi, Rodger,” was all she could manage as she gave him a small smile, desperate to hold roiling emotions in check. How could it be that seeing him made her want to weep, laugh, run away, and jump his delicious bones all at the same time?
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