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Sometimes you don’t even have to say the words “I love you.”
In one of my situations, those words have yet to be said. And they may never be. I think we’re skating around it because of circumstances and perceptions of what the other wants. (You know…guessing instead of just taking the chance on saying it.)
But after one of our dates, we were snuggling, and I fell asleep in his arms.
I don’t fall asleep with people touching me. Much of the time, I can’t even fall asleep with someone in the same room.
But I fell asleep in his arms.
The following is a post I did on the Absolute Write forums. After re-reading it, and because of feedback I got from other posters, I thought it might make a good blog post.
I’ve technically been published since 2002, when a phonics-based reading comprehension program I wrote was released by a small educational press based in Maine, but from then until 2009 the only other thing I had published was…
enough about sex positions has anyone discovered a reading position which doesn’t get uncomfortable after 5 minutes
Our second Breathless Press author today is Ember Leigh, with her new release Carlos and Casey.
Casey hasn’t seen Carlos in four years, but a business trip brings the ex-lovers together, and the fire comes roaring to life.
Recently divorced, Casey has been longing for a man’s touch. So when business brings her back to Carlos, the one that got away, it has to be fate. Casey soon discovers the…
It’s Breathless Press day again, and first up is author Leona Bushman. Leona’s new release is The Midwife’s Moon.
An ex-lover on trial, life as a newly formed werewolf, and a passion kindled; what’s a girl to do? Released from depraved control of a psychotic lupa, free to find his mate, and a passion kindled; what’s a man to do?
Lisa Sanchez is having a bad couple of years. She was betrayed by…
They pulled the rowboat out from the storage space beneath the cottage’s verandah. Malachi’s father had built the place on a slope, which left plenty of room below to keep things that wouldn’t fit inside the cottage, while avoiding the need for a separate shed or boat house. He gave the bottom of the boat a cursory inspection to ensure that he and Roger wouldn’t sink on their way to town,…
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