Devotion by B.C. Burgess is here, are you ready??
This amazing book series continues with book 7 of the Mystic Series. The Author does not disappoint in giving us more Quin and Layla, and their new beautiful family! Quin and Layla are facing many challenges in this book, including being new parents. Thrown into this mix are some fun new characters, and of course, what would the series be without the usual string of bad guys trying to rain on Quin and Layla's happy parade? Regret, Guilt, and Unwavering Love and Devotion are what you'll find in this next book of the series. I won't spoil anything, but if you're a fan of all things Mystic, then this is a book to pick up!
Following a deep breath, he summoned the body wash and told her to hold out a hand. She obeyed, letting him fill her palm with soap. Then he filled his own before sending the bottle away, but instead of washing himself, he slid his hands across her stomach. “You wash these,” he instructed, pushing her palm to her breasts.
She laughed as she lathered them up, and he grinned while watching over her shoulder. “That’s sexy, love.”
“I can tell,” she teased, nudging his arousal with her ass.
Before she could shift her hips forward, he pressed his fingers to her clit, and she froze, her idle hand twitching on her cleavage.
He softly stroked, making her gasp and quiver. “Keep washing.”
Her hand slipped from one breast to the other. “We don’t have time.”
“Wash,” he repeated, adding pressure.
She was too turned on to be productive, so she merely cupped her right breast. Then she whimpered and rose to her toes. He took her throat, pinning her against him, and the fingers of his other hand flooded her clit with magical vibrations. She squirmed, overwhelmed by the quick trip to the top, but he maintained a firm hold, forcing her to take it.
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About the Author:
I'm a small town girl born and raised in Oklahoma, but I dream big and tend to let my imagination run wild. I'm addicted to coffee and writing, so the combination is my idea of heaven. I read every day, if only to my young son, whom I hope to someday inspire with my passion for writing.