Authors: Zenina Masters
Tags: #Adult, #Erotic Romance, #Fey, #elf, #Paranormal, #Shapeshifter
Lima held her hair to one side as Lyros nibbled his way down her back, undoing the endless line of buttons that led to her tailbone.
“I swear, if you ask me about my scars tonight, you are a dead man, elf or not.”
He chuckled against her skin as his lips followed his hands. “No, I have a deliberate focus tonight.”
She let her hair go when she felt the heat of his lips below her shoulders.
She closed her eyes and memorised every touch and whisper between them as he removed her gown, undergarments, petticoats and stockings. Her shoes had been the one thing she could take off on her own.
He lifted her from the cage of fabric and settled her down on the bed. His own clothing flew off him in a wave of magic, and he moved over her.
Lima gripped the headboard when he moved his head between her thighs, and she held on as he used his tongue and fingers to push her into her first release of the night.
She was still catching her breath when he moved up her body and slid into her, stroking deep with rocking motions of his hips.
The night was endless with pleasure peaking over and over again. He moved away from her and turned her, bringing her to orgasm for the whole night.
She was exhausted and limp when dawn crept through the windows. The smile on her features told a story to the pillow that she didn’t want to get out.
Be careful what you wish for, because if you wish for stamina with an elf, he might just have it. Oddly enough, she was not regretting the wish.
Well, that was fun. In our next book, I tackle
Pathway to Love
, the story of Dromer and Ida. They were first mentioned in
Batty for You
when I had no intention of mixing the shifters and fey. Oops.
I hope that their story can have folks cheering for them getting together.
Thanks for Reading,
Viola Grace (aka Zenina Masters) is a Canadian sci-fi/paranormal romance writer with ambitions to keep writing for the rest of her life. She specializes in short stories because the thrill of discovery, of all those firsts, is what keeps her writing.
An artist who enjoys a story that catches you up, whirls you around and sets you down with a smile on your face is all she endeavours to be. She prefers to leave the drama to those who are better suited to it, she always goes for the cheap laugh.