Easy (an erotic/erotica romance)

Easy (an erotic/erotica romance)

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by Meg Harris
     
 

Wil's friend Jaclyn offers him the birthday present of a lifetime-- a night of no-strings-attached sex. But can they really forget it ever happened in the morning?

Length: Short novella (12,000 words).

Warnings: Explicit sex, blunt language, self-pleasuring.

“The truth is, Wil, I had something I wanted to give you,” she said,…  See more details below

Overview

Wil's friend Jaclyn offers him the birthday present of a lifetime-- a night of no-strings-attached sex. But can they really forget it ever happened in the morning?

Length: Short novella (12,000 words).

Warnings: Explicit sex, blunt language, self-pleasuring.

“The truth is, Wil, I had something I wanted to give you,” she said, and her voice sounded a little shy, which wasn’t like Jac at all. She was the most self-confident person he knew.

He was so surprised he forgot about sulking, and turned to look at her. “What? Jac, you know I don’t give a damn about my birthday, especially this year. You didn't have to get me a present.”

“Well… it’s not a present. Not exactly, anyway.”

Intrigued despite himself, he cocked his head. “Not exactly a present. Okay, then. What are we talking about here?”

“I wanted to give you something special,” she said, taking another step toward him.
She was only a foot away from him now, and her eyes looked huge in the darkness. She was gorgeous, her long golden hair cascading down over her shoulders, a green t-shirt and faded jeans clinging to her abundant curves, but he tried to ignore how lovely she was. He didn’t quite succeed. Lately he’d been noticing how pretty she was more and more frequently, and it was starting to freak him out a little.

Jac Harrison was just his friend. They’d gone to high school together. She’d been there at his wedding. She’d stood by him through his divorce. But the problem was that he’d been spending a lot of time with her lately. She was the one person who seemed to understand him, the one person in the world he could really talk to about everything and anything. He wasn’t sure how he would have gotten through this past year without her. In fact, he was pretty sure he wouldn’t have.

So maybe it wasn’t surprising he was looking at her a little more carefully lately.
But she was just a friend. He reminded himself of that firmly, because the last thing he needed was to mess up the one decent relationship in his life by doing something stupid, like grabbing her and copping a feel. No matter how much he might like to.

“Something special,” he said carefully. “Okay. That sounds nice.”

“I hope so,” she answered. “I know you’ve been lonely lately, Wil. And I thought maybe…”

She trailed off, and he waited, figuring she was going to suggest they go take in a Tides game, the way they used to before he got married, or go to the Chrysler Museum, or maybe go see a movie together. The sad truth was that he’d hardly left the house since his divorce, except for work. He’d like to see a Tides game, and it wouldn’t be a bad idea to take her along, really. Might be kind of fun.

But her next words made it clear she wasn’t thinking about baseball. Not at all.

“I thought maybe you’d like a night of no-strings-attached sex,” she finished in a breathless rush.

His cheeks immediately flamed red, and he felt his mouth drop open. All his language skills deserted him, and he stared at her, wordless.

“Well.” Her hands fluttered nervously—and that was entirely unlike her. Ordinarily nothing could fluster her. “You know. It was just an idea. If you don’t like it—”

It was, he thought, the best damn idea he’d ever heard.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014424486
Publisher:
Meg Harris
Publication date:
05/15/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
496,639
File size:
110 KB

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