Free Riders: A Biker Erotic Romance (3 page)


When he finally slid into me to the hilt, he paused, his hands opening and closing around the back of my thighs. My bent knees were pressed into my sides and my calves pressed tightly into his ribcage. I breathed a whimper of complaint, urging him to move.


With a quick kiss and a murmured assurance, James started moving. Moving his hands off my thighs in favor of leverage, his fingers bit into the soft curve of my waist, pulling me in forcefully enough that my ass smacked loudly against his thighs with each thrust. His harsh breaths got louder and faster as he approached his orgasm.


I reached out to brace myself and crossed my ankles behind his back, digging my knees into his sides so I could counter his thrusts. I could feel my climax coming but I wasn’t able to go over the edge.


My heels dropped to the mattress and my back arched in an effort to get a better angle that might push me over the cusp to my orgasm. Even after reaching down to rub my clit with my fingertips, my climax eluded me. I tossed my head side to side and moaned in frustration.


James groaned, his head dropping to my shoulder. “Let it go.”


“What?” I panted.


“You’re trying too hard. Relax.”


James reached under my torso to wrap his arms around my back and pull our upper bodies closer together, his wiry chest hairs rasping across my peaked nipples. I screamed with the change in position and additional stimulation.


With a few more hard thrusts, I felt him jerk inside me and his cum jettison out into the condom, setting off my orgasm. I muffled my shriek in his bicep, accidentally biting him in the intensity of my climax.


I lay boneless on the bed, reveling in the aftermath. I flinched slightly when James pulled out and left to dispose of the condom. When he returned and pulled me into his arms, I didn’t fight it.


“Didn’t know you were a biter,” he whispered in my ear.


I snorted. “Your fault,” I muttered.


“So was that your first club party?”


“Uh huh,” I yawned.


He tucked me closer against his side and pulled the covers over our bodies. We lay there in silence, until I broke it with the questions that were bouncing around my head.


“So you think I’m not ready for the private rooms at the club, but having sex with you at my house is fine?”


“Yes,” James shrugged.


“Seriously?” I tried to shove him out of the bed but he easily fended off my weak efforts.


He grabbed a hold of my wrists, pressing a kiss to each before looking me dead in the eye and answering my question. “You’re not a one-night-stand kind of person. Having sex in one of the back rooms would have made you feel cheap and dirty.”


“So this isn’t a one-night-stand?”


“I sure as hell hope not.”


“In that case, I’m kind of liking the idea you had about the couch in your office. In fact, there’s a couch in the living room that I think might be the perfect height…”


“Oh? Do tell…”


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Despite Dex’s intentions, Zoe has plans of her own, and isn’t going to be easily persuaded to give them up. In this battle of wills, will Zoe be able to convince Dex that she’s the woman he needs? Will Dex find a way to bring his dream to life and get the girl? Or will their battle of wills end in a stalemate?



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The villagers are lovely and welcoming at first, but when she inadvertently earns the ire of her handsome blonde neighbour, Jonathan, their attitude changes seemingly overnight. 
Determined not to give up, she endures the isolation and hard work her new position demands of her. The occasional sighting of a light coloured bear on the property at night and the inexplicably finished work she sometimes finds when she wakes lead her to conclude she might not be as alone as she thought. 
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