Blue Water

Overview

Baltimore TV station's Chief Meteorologist Mariah Mattison badly needs a vacation. When a last minute vacancy opens on a two-week, crewed charter in the Bahamas, Mariah jumps at the chance, and accepts her casual co-worker's invitation, unaware that she'll be coupled with a strange man.
Master sailor and yacht delivery Captain Simon Hatcher is dealing with his late father's business affairs when two couples descend on his newly-inherited charter business. Simon thought he'd ...
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Overview

Baltimore TV station's Chief Meteorologist Mariah Mattison badly needs a vacation. When a last minute vacancy opens on a two-week, crewed charter in the Bahamas, Mariah jumps at the chance, and accepts her casual co-worker's invitation, unaware that she'll be coupled with a strange man.
Master sailor and yacht delivery Captain Simon Hatcher is dealing with his late father's business affairs when two couples descend on his newly-inherited charter business. Simon thought he'd cancelled all the pending charters, but the two demanding executive-types are insistent, and Simon sure could use the money.
Life gets complicated when Mariah balks at coupling up with her intended companion, in favor of Captain Hatcher, and the allure of voodoo and deep diving entice the threesome, Mariah's friend and the two men, to leave the charter in favor of island life. The Caribbean heats up when the captain insists on showing Mariah the real sailing life and a lesson in love.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781897261255
  • Publisher: Champagne Books
  • Publication date: 1/28/2007
  • Pages: 248
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.56 (d)

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This was backfiring; in her attempt to turn Simon on, she'd done the same to herself. Removing her hand, she stood up and turned away from him. She loosened the fastening on her shorts and wiggled them down her legs, bending over at the waist to step out of the shorts and retrieve them. She deliberately kept her back to him while she lathed her hips and belly, her upper thighs. Every move she made was slow and controlled. Breathing hard, she gulped some punch, then she peeled off her bikini panties. A mini-climax gripped her and she withered with it, taking deep breaths.

Unlike yesterday, when she turned around, she straddled the chaise, one knee on the mat, the other leg stretched out to the floor. Power surged within her. She picked up the banana and his eyes widened into saucers. Rocking back and forth impatiently, she split the end peel and striped it away, halfway down its length. She brought it to her lips and slowly sucked it in her mouth, back and forth, aware of the suggestive movements.

With her right hand, she slipped her fingers inside her, matching the banana's movements.

He spoke for the first time since she'd started the show and tell. "Holy shit, you learn fast."

She wasn't sure how much longer she could perform without his participation. "You like what you see?"

"You know I do."

"I don't want to suck a banana. Come join the fun." She feared for a moment that he'd refuse her invitation. He took a long sip of his drink and pushed himself out of his chair.

His hands on either side of her ribcage, he pulled her to him and kissed her roughly, desperately. She reveled in the power the two generated. So much better than the solo practiceyesterday. He lifted her to settle on his erection.

"Not yet," she said. "You're not quite ready."

"Don't tease. I've never been readier in my life. Can you handle it?"

"That, and more. Just wait until I get you hot."

He chuckled and gave himself up to her ministrations.

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