Tempting the Best Man (Gamble Brothers #1) Bold Tricks (The Artists Trilogy #3)
He was splayed more toward the right side of the mattress, so she padded around to the left, took a small breath of courage, and climbed in. Slowly, carefully, she inched toward him until she was close enough to feel the heat that rose off his body. She moved even closer, lightly placing her hand on his back, which she was delighted to discover was bare. . . .
Softly, she kissed his lips. I’m going to marry you, she said with a goofy smile.He returned the expression, then rolled them both so they were on their sides, facing one another.
Dark Legend (Dark #8)
I’m going to marry you, she said again. I really like saying that, you know.I could listen all day.But the thing is . . . She let her head rest on her arm and slowly reached out her foot, letting her toes run lightly along one of his legs, which, she was delighted to note, were also quite bare. I just can’t seem to summon the moral rectitude required of a woman in my position.
Controlled Response (Knights of the Board Room #2)
An interesting choice of words, considering your current position in my bed.As I was saying, I am going to marry you.
His hand found the curve of her hip, and the hem of her nightgown began to travel up her leg as his fingers slowly bunched the fabric.
It will be a short engagement.No, I think I did. She would never admit it aloud, but when she realized that she was the only person capable of saving the annual musicale . . . Well, she couldn’t let it die. Tradition is important, she said, hardly able to believe the words that were coming from her mouth. But she had changed since falling in love. And besides . . .
She took Hugh’s hand and placed it on her abdomen. It could be a girl.It took him a moment. And then: Sarah?
The Blinding Knife (Lightbringer #2)
November, I should think.A baby, he said again, as if he couldn’t quite believe it.
You shouldn’t be so surprised, she teased. After all—She’ll need to play an instrument, he interrupted.
Hugh looked down at her with dry humor. That would be most unusual.She laughed. Only Hugh would make such a joke. I love you, Hugh Prentice.
And I love you, Sarah Prentice.They resumed their walk toward the front door, but after only two steps, Hugh leaned down and murmured in her ear, Two thousand.