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By Laura Baumbach

ISBN-10: 1933389567

ISBN-13: 9781933389561

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Swallowing hard to relieve the burning dryness in his throat, James gasped into the sweaty mass of honey-blonde hair hanging down in his face. "Any time. Any way. " Gritting his teeth against the dual sensation of raw burning and fiery ecstasy Bram was creating at his abused groin, James closed his eyes and moaned, then begged. " His eyes popped open when the rough, gritty sheath around his cock suddenly disappeared then turned into a satin lined fist and the strong smell of garlic filled the already spice-laden air.

Picking up his own plate and the bottle of wine, Bram pulled out a stool with his foot and kicked it toward James. " James slid onto the stool and started eating. "Skipped it. " He forked up another mouthful and chewed. "This is fantastic. Good thing Vito's open-minded. " "We like the same foods. " Smiling, Bram poured two glasses of wine and handed one to James. The younger man accepted it, but took three more bites of pasta before sampling the vintage. " James worked the solitary words in between bites.

James moaned and tugged harder on his arms, thrilled by the helplessness of his position. But guttural, needy moans and pain/pleasure filled screams weren't enough for his lover. "Say it for me, baby. Tell me who you belong too. Say it. " Despite his demand, Bram made it impossible for James to respond, sealing their mouths tightly together in a devastating, consuming kiss that left them both gasping and flushed when he finally broke away. Hand still milking his lover's cock mercilessly, Bram rolled his forehead against James' sweat covered brow and harshly whispered, "Say it, baby, say it.

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