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Under My Skin II [NOOK Book]

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The sequel to Amber Allure's former #1 Best Seller Under My Skin... Sebastian Keller's lived with the label "the smart guy" most of his life. He hasn't always appreciated it, and it certainly hasn't worked to his advantage in most romantic relationships--for years it seemed he was destined to attract the wrong type. So the last thing he'd wanted this past spring was to fall for the hunky tattoo artist who moved his shop in next door to Sebastian's thriving bookstore. Dylan Radamacher, owner of Rad Tattoos, was ...
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Under My Skin II

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The sequel to Amber Allure's former #1 Best Seller Under My Skin... Sebastian Keller's lived with the label "the smart guy" most of his life. He hasn't always appreciated it, and it certainly hasn't worked to his advantage in most romantic relationships--for years it seemed he was destined to attract the wrong type. So the last thing he'd wanted this past spring was to fall for the hunky tattoo artist who moved his shop in next door to Sebastian's thriving bookstore. Dylan Radamacher, owner of Rad Tattoos, was everything Sebastian loathed. Let's face it, bookish geeks and counterculture bad boys weren't made to mix. Something Sebastian knew from painful personal experience. But when Dylan, with his teasing smile, hot, inked body, and come-hither voice, set his sights on Sebastian, determined to prove that some bad boys could be very, very good indeed, Sebastian found the man impossible to resist. For two months things between them have been sinfully spectacular, and Sebastian hates to rock the boat. But the truth is, in spite of his own commitment issues, he's fallen in love with the sexy tattooist. Dylan, on the other hand, seems determined to avoid the "L" word at all costs. As their relationship shifts toward the serious side, can the guys overcome their fears and take the steps that will bring them the kind of love that lasts a lifetime? Or will their old baggage come back to haunt them and tear them apart for good? Genres: Gay / Contemporary / Exhibitionism / Public Places / Series
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000158982
  • Publisher: Amber Quill Press
  • Publication date: 1/1/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 394,339
  • File size: 243 KB

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"I think you need more seduction in your life," Dylan murmured, capturing Bastian's mouth again ... his sexy, kissable, bitable, lickable mouth. He caught the lower lip between his teeth and nipped, then sucked on it, then teased the tip of his tongue over it. At the same time, he tweaked one of Bastian's nipples between the thumb and forefinger of one hand, while the other brushed lightly over the skin along the waistband of his pants.

Sebastian hissed in a breath, and his eyes darkened. "And you think you're the man to do it?"

"I know I am." Dylan did a slow grind against Bastian's groin with his own throbbing dick. "I'm exactly the man you need," he said, his voice hoarse with desire as Sebastian ground back. "I'll give you anything and everything you need, baby. Right here, right now. You want?"

"God, yes..." Sebastian's long fingers snagged the hem of Dylan's T-shirt and pulled it up over his head. Then he yanked at Dylan's belt buckle, and worked at freeing him from his jeans, while Dylan's hands did the same to him.

Their motions were urgent, their kisses desperate.

Finally, Sebastian's slacks and briefs slid down his long, muscular legs. He toed off his shoes and kicked his pants aside, all while helping Dylan lose his jeans and the black boxer-briefs he wore. Dylan's stiff cock sprang free and brushed against Bastian's. Dylan sucked in a breath at the contact.

Then, before Dylan could even gather a thought, Sebastian dropped to his knees on the floor in front of him and, in a swift, breath-stealing motion, closed his mouth over Dylan's cock and sucked it in to the root.

Dylan gasped. "Oh ... fuck! Fuck..."

Christ, the man had amouth like a god ... hot, wet, sucking perfection.

Sebastian gazed up at him from beneath long, dark eyelashes and gave him a look that was pure, unadulterated heat. A look that promised everything Dylan wanted and more ... and just like that, Sebastian had become the seducer.

Dylan's heart pounded in response. Bastian had spoiled him for anyone else. No one could ever compare. He didn't want anyone else to compare. Didn't want anyone else period. Ever again. Only Sebastian.

As Bastian licked and sucked, teased and swallowed, his mouth moving up and down Dylan's shaft, Dylan watched, rapt. Poetry in motion. He couldn't have torn his gaze from the sight if he'd tried. With his lips parted and Dylan's thick cock filling his mouth, Sebastian was fucking beautiful. Dylan told him so, and the faint flush of red that crept up his cheeks only made him look that much more gorgeous.

Sebastian released Dylan's dick and his mouth moved lower, to tongue Dylan's balls. Then he held them aside and his tongue slid lower still. Dylan spread his legs, giving him easier access. When that probing, delicious tongue flicked over his hole, Dylan gave a slow, deep shudder. His eyes closed and he let his head fall back. He threaded his fingers into Sebastian's hair and groaned as the wet exploration continued, now delving into him, then back to lick over his nuts, then back to his opening with a warm, wet flutter.

Everything in Dylan vibrated ... wanting, needing more.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 1, 2013

    An excellent sequel

    I loved Dylan and Sebastian in book one and it was great to revisit them here. A very enjoyable read.

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  • Posted June 5, 2012

    Sebastien and Dylan are back and seem to still be dealing with B

    Sebastien and Dylan are back and seem to still be dealing with Bastian's insecurities. But it seems that Dylan's holding back a bit as well. But with some wise counsel and a near tragedy they maybe be finally heading toward a HEA after all.

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