Pleasures of the Muse [NOOK Book]

Overview

Warning: For readers 18 & up! This title features: a passionate romance in Paris and HOT, HOT, HOT sex!

Alexie works as Emaus’ ...
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Pleasures of the Muse

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Overview

Warning: For readers 18 & up! This title features: a passionate romance in Paris and HOT, HOT, HOT sex!

Alexie works as Emaus’ muse full-time. His artistic whims always have her on edge—she clearly needs to relax. He’s sexy, mysterious, and oh-so talented—what’s a girl not to love?

Emaus is a top artist in Paris. Alexie is a beautiful woman and his art, and his libido, are at his best when he paints her fully nude.

Will Emaus and Alexie be able to create passionate, artistic love together both on the canvas and off?


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As they entered the hotel, Alexandria didn’t waste any time pulling her dress down. “Please tell me this is what you meant when you said I could use a muse.”

“I meant that maybe you would feel more comfortable letting me paint you, if I let you paint me, with your sexuality,” Emaus felt his face flush as his heart thumped heavily in his chest as she sat in a desk chair to watch Alexandria undress. He was full of crap; this wasn’t something he’d planned at all.

She exposed every curve of her body as she gently tugged on the straps of her brazier. As her breasts became free of their tightening cages, they fell lightly on her chest. Her pert, pink nipples greeted his eyes as they became tense with desire. “You, couldn’t be more right about that. This will help me to do my job better,” Alexandria teased as she cupped her breasts and let her fingers gently knead each one for his viewing pleasure.

Emaus swallowed hard. “I think you should come over here.”

She did as she was instructed. She walked over to him with her dress pulled to the center of her belly, and her breasts completely bared to him. “This is a lovely hotel room, thank you.”

He nodded to agree. Emaus felt uncharacteristically nervous. He’d never been with a woman like this. As a matter of fact, this isn’t’ even what he’d had planned for her. The only plan he had for her was to let her watch a movie of her choosing on paper view and order some room service—chocolate dipped strawberries and perhaps even some blushing champagne.

But her body was so captivating—so seductive…
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015983609
  • Publisher: Lauren Jagger
  • Publication date: 1/26/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 75 KB

Meet the Author

Lauren Jagger is the author of literary erotica. Her work will not only provide you with a steamy, Kindle-melting read, but fill your brain with new thoughts about the human mind in relation to sex and relationships.

Lauren has a B.A. in English Literature and writes full-time.
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