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Thursday, August 8, 2013

IN THE ARMS OF THE ENEMY by Lisbeth Eng

  
50 SHADES OF SEXY BLOG TOUR
August 1 – September 20
  
  

  
Günter laid her on the bed, then hastily unbuttoned his tunic and shirt, revealing smooth, taut skin and a lean, athletic build. Undeniably drawn to his manly frame, she reached out to stroke the firm muscles of his shoulders and chest.

He knelt beside her on the bed, lavishing a profusion of kisses upon her slender body, from her ripening nipples to the velvety flesh of her belly. Gliding his hand beneath her panties, he awakened a searing hunger deep within her core. Frenzy mounted, and clothing was recklessly tossed aside. As he enveloped her lips with his eager mouth, she felt the urgency of his thighs against hers, and deliciously melted into his embrace.

Isabella’s apprehension and guilt were conquered by an irrepressible fervor as she willingly yielded to his tender lovemaking, abandoning her reserve and allowing her body to respond naturally to sensual pleasures. An intense, soulful moan escaped as she reached the peak of rapture.

Seconds later he followed with explosive ecstasy and breathlessly collapsed beside her. Neither spoke as they savored the elation of fulfilled desire.

© 2012 IN THE ARMS OF THE ENEMY by Lisbeth Eng
  
   
  
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:  An English major in college, Lisbeth Eng has also studied Italian, German and French. She has worked in the finance industry for over 25 years, and serves as Treasurer on RWA/NYC’s Board of Directors. Her first novel, IN THE ARMS OF THE ENEMY, is available in e-book and paperback at Amazon, B&N and The Wild Rose Press. Lisbeth invites you to visit her at www.lisbetheng.com.

4 comments:

  1. I'm intrigued by a dude in a tunic, but a chick wearing panties. What era are we in??? (Guess I'll have to read the book to find out!) :-)
    Some Dark Romantic

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  2. Mina --
    It's World War II. The tunic he's wearing is part of a military uniform. (Now we would just call it a jacket.)
    Thanks for stopping by (and yes, please do read the book!)
    Lis

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  3. Who knew WWII could be so romantic! I've already read the book, and everyone else should, too.

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