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Nursing a lust for another man’s wife is killing Brand. Every time he sees her, his hunger grows a little stronger, a little sharper. Wanting to suckle at the sweet breast of relief keeps him constantly on edge. But he’s the only man she trusts. The only one she depends on. And she's not his. And you're not supposed to lust after another man’s wife...are you?
“You forgot to put the towel back!” When she wanted to, Willa could make herself heard.
“Sorry. I’ll pass it to you.” Brand had put the old ones into the laundry hamper while cleaning and forgot to replace them on the drying bar. Maybe having things like a linen closet and a drying bar were the reason he didn’t meet women first.
Getting a fresh one out of the closet he knocked on the bathroom door to let Willa know he was there.
“Toss it in, I’ll pick it up.”
Opening the door just a crack Brand reached his arm in and tossed. He tried not to look, he really did, he’d been raised better than that. But his shower curtain was clear and as he tossed he caught a glimpse. Just a glimpse at first but then his eyes drank in every detail of her.
In her tight little workout cloths Willa was hot. Nude she was…sublimely vulgar. Her curves were generous and soft, hips and breasts inviting you to run you hands over them. Without a bra he could see just how heavy and beautiful her breasts really were, ripe and caped by light pink. The muscles of her arms legs were long and lean and tight. You wanted to kiss them and feel the steel under her velvet of her skin. Water flowed in and out of the slight curves of her well defined belly. Below it he could see the gate of heave itself. And her eyes, blue and clear as the summer sky…and staring right at him.