Holy HOTNESS! Liar is off the charts sexy and filled with so many dirty little moments I lost count. Olivia and Kent find themselves working together after one ridiculously hot night a few years back and temptation becomes too much for both to handle. I loved both these characters. Fiona did an amazing job describing what was going through Kent's head with the push and pull about what was right and what was wrong. He is so damn delicious and the whole package. Olivia is a spitfire and I really enjoyed her humor and the way that she owned who she was and what she wanted. These two together light up the pages. I would pay to watch them get it on!
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“Spread your legs and fuck yourself with this. Let me see it all and don’t come until I say to.”
He took everything. He took the air from my lungs, the moisture from my lips, the thoughts from my head. Leaving in its wake, the thumping desire, pounding like a chant through every inch of me. More. More. More.
A hand snaked in my hair and gripped hard, tugging me until I was upright. My back was arched, my breasts thrust forward. I opened my lips for a witty taunt when he pulled out and began fucking me. He didn’t say a word, making the whole scene that much more illicit. An older man fucking a younger woman in silence, taking what he wanted. All of it made me wetter—more eager to come.
He was my uncle's friend, and I was too young for him.
But in the heat of the moment, against the wall in a darkened hallway of an illicit club, none of those things mattered. It was just one night of giving in to what we both wanted.
I never expected to see him two years later, sitting across me during a family dinner, encouraging me to do my internship for his business.
On day one we both agree that repeating that night would be a mistake. But it's a mistake we can't help but make again and again.
The rules are simple. We can't tell my uncle. We have to be content with our hotel rendezvous. And we won't fall in love.
But we both know we're liars.