Stealing Northe [NOOK Book]

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Two outlaws and one widow turn to each other for comfort, but nobody expects lust to become a love affair... Amy Northe hasn't known a man's company in the six years since her husband died. That all changes the night her son comes in from chores with two strangers in tow. Kenneth and Leon are seeking shelter, and though Amy wants to turn them away, she can't. There's a blizzard moving through the Utah mountains, and Leon's busted ankle has him teetering on the edge of consciousness. She does the only thing she ...
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Stealing Northe

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Overview

Two outlaws and one widow turn to each other for comfort, but nobody expects lust to become a love affair... Amy Northe hasn't known a man's company in the six years since her husband died. That all changes the night her son comes in from chores with two strangers in tow. Kenneth and Leon are seeking shelter, and though Amy wants to turn them away, she can't. There's a blizzard moving through the Utah mountains, and Leon's busted ankle has him teetering on the edge of consciousness. She does the only thing she can and takes them in, unaware of the secrets these young men hide. Kenneth doesn't want to take advantage of the older woman's hospitality, even though she's the most beautiful woman he's ever seen. But Leon needs help and Amy is a nurse. If he has to satisfy his desire for her in the form of covert trysts with Leon, then that's what he'll do, especially since he's too much of a gentleman to ever think of making advances on her. Until Amy makes one herself. Then everything changes...for all three of them. Genres: Historical / The Old West / Menage (M/M/F) / Group Sex / Bisexual Activity (M/M) / Voyeurism / Series
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000166178
  • Publisher: Amber Quill Press
  • Publication date: 1/1/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 866,451
  • File size: 255 KB

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"I haven't been with anyone since Ernest died. I haven't wanted to. But you..." She swallowed. "You make me want to."

Kenneth forgot about the cold air, the drifts of snow outside, the animals in the barn. He even forgot about Leon and Woody. Everything that wasn't Amy suddenly didn't matter. He caressed her chin with his thumb, marveling because she didn't pull away from him, and her skin was so strangely warm.

"I want to be with you, too." He felt a brief sizzle of shame as he remembered the previous night, Leon's hand wrapped around his prick so tight it was almost painful while he was lost in fantasies of her.

"I know I shouldn't." Her breath was even hotter than her flesh, washing over the heel of his hand and up his arm until it prickled along his chest. "I know I'm too old for you. You're young, you should have someone closer to your own age, and you and Leon probably won't stay anyway, but..." She edged forward until their bodies pressed lightly together. Kenneth hated that her heavy coat kept him from feeling her plush curves better. "That doesn't change how I feel."

He would never believe that she was too old for him. Kenneth hadn't spared a second thought to her probable age, or that he had been Woody's age when Woody was born. All that mattered was what Amy felt--what they both felt. He wrapped his arm around Amy's body, holding her even closer.

Kenneth tilted his head, his lips just skimming over her brow. When he took a deep breath, he smelled her stew and dumplings, her soap, her fire, her sweat--a scent that was already beginning to make him think of home.

"It doesn't matter that you're older than me. I'm not a boy. I'll stay as long as Ican. I promise you that much."

She moved against his arm with a graceful strength, knowing and assured, like she'd taken control that first night. Her mouth lifted, lips parting, and the tip of her tongue darted out to moisten them in a motion so delicate it made him ache. But there wasn't time to savor how they glistened, or wonder why it was she'd come to him. She stretched upward, brushing her mouth over his. It almost tickled. It most definitely teased. Amy kept it gentle until a shiver rippled through her. Then she firmed the contact, finally offering the kisses he'd wanted to claim for hours now.

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