I am combining two recommendations into one with this one, as I started out reading The Seduction of Molly O'Flaherty, which is a short novella prequel to Sierra Simone's London Lovers Series, and I just had to continue reading on through The Persuasion of Molly O'Flaherty. Either of these books could be read alone, but I hate missing out on parts of a story. I am really enjoying this series, and it won't be long before I will be reading the final book, The Wedding of Molly O'Flaherty. Molly's character is strong, domineering, and not afraid to pursue what she wants sexually. And Silas is the most adorably clueless book boyfriend that I have read in a long time. Their story is super hot, and it gets hotter the more they try to mind-fuck each other. Check this story out today, and you won't be sorry.
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Silas dropped a kiss onto my lips and then pushed in all the way, giving me a moment to adjust as he did. And then he began making love to me. Not fucking - this wasn't fucking. Despite his edict that I needed to lay still, despite the way he leaned down and growled those delicious words again - stay still, just let me have it - there was something different here than there usually was between us.
"Yes, sir," she breathed against my shoulder, resting her forehead there as Silas began fucking her from below. Her fingers were magic, but even more magic was Silas underneath us, all muscles and man and need, covered with sweat, his face angry and worshipful all at once as he sucked on my fingers and drove his cock into Viola.
I took in a breath, the full force of the moment hitting me all at once - my hand strong and rough around her throat, her bared legs and bared pussy, her asking for me to screw her while I nearly choked her... Fuck me.
One playboy billionaire.
One heartbroken heiress.
One sham marriage.
What could go wrong?
That's what notorious playboy Silas Cecil-Coke thinks as he returns to England to persuade Molly O'Flaherty to marry him. Certainly, their brief fling last year ended in heartbreak (and a black eye,) but matters are different now. Molly must marry to save her company, and if she must, Silas is determined that he'll be the man she chooses.
But between the bitter memories and the competing suitors, Silas discovers that wooing a bride is no easy task, unless, of course, he decides to stop playing fair...
***The Persuasion of Molly O'Flaherty is the first of the London Lovers duet. It is not necessary to read The Seduction of Molly O'Flaherty first.***