Author: Monica Corwin
Genre: Erotic Romance
In a world of one night stands and friends with benefits, Tony is ready to experience all life has to offer, if only Jeremy could allow her to forget his hands, his mouth, and his proposal.
Tonya McGregor has everything a girl could want except…a man. Well, she has a man, just not one she wants. Transferred overseas to her international office, her father intends to teach her about the market. Instead of learning the lay of the land, she starts learning the men, including her sexy ex across the hall. On the advice of her best friend, Tonya takes a more active role in her love life, effectively ruining it for good.
Jeremy Brandt left New York City to get away from the rejection, the pain, and humiliation of falling for the boss’s daughter. Self imposed exile in South Korea turns distracting once Tonya sweeps into the Seoul office. Sleepless nights and long days spent between Tony’s thighs ignite emotions Jeremy thought he buried long ago.
The mistake of a lifetime throws Tonya back into Jeremy’s arms and each day that passes they drive closer to finally holding on to something real or losing it forever.
“I brought this report your father wanted you to sign.” She eyed it, and then took it from me carefully, reading the title page. It was alame excuse but it got me here. I walked around the desk and leaned in. She could smell me and I knew it; my cologne had always been a huge turn on for her.
I wanted her yesterday, and I wanted her today. It was tomorrow she had the objection to.
“Tony, I want you.” I whispered in her ear. Her shiver was enough to give me the green light and I captured her earlobe gently between my teeth.
“Tell me you don’t want me and I’ll leave.”
I licked the lobe and bit it again. Then I moved down her neck. Her perfume aroused my senses, turning me on even more.
I spun her chair around so she faced me. She didn’t move, but merely watched me, waiting to see what I would do. I reached down and lifted her by the hips, picking her up, depositing her on the edge of the desk. The exact place she’d been when we stopped yesterday.
I slid my hands up her body to her face and captured it. Slowly I leaned in, making eye contact, waiting for her stop me, and I kissed her. Kissed her exactly as I wanted to since I saw her this morning. I knew she was the woman for me because no other woman had ever made me feel this way, never aroused me with just a glance.
Her mouth tasted like cherries. I kissed her hard and long. When I released her mouth I leaned my forehead against hers, still holding her face.
“I thought you said it was over,” she whispered.
“I just can’t seem to stay away from you. I even moved across the globe and we somehow made it back to each other.”
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Monica Corwin is an outspoken writer who dreams of making romance and erotica accessible to everyone, no matter their preferences. When not writing romance, Monica spends time finishing her degree in English and working full time while raising her beautiful shiny new daughter.