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Carole Mortimer - Wife by Contract, Mistress by Demand (HP2633_Mar_2007)

Carole Mortimer - Wife by Contract, Mistress by Demand (HP2633_Mar_2007)

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CAROLEMORTIMER 
WifeByContract,MistressByDemand
ContentsPrologue
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Chapter1Chapter2Chapter3Chapter4Chapter5Chapter6Chapter7Chapter8Chapter9Chapter10Chapter11EpiloguePrologue‘Whatthehelldoyouthinkyou’redoing?Gabriellaraisedlong,sootylashestorevealeyesofsodeepabluetheyappearedviolet,tolookacrosstheterraceatRufus,themanshehadfalleninlovewithayearagowhenhermotherhadmarriedhisfather,themanhereighteen-year-oldheartdesperatelyhopedwouldfallinlovewithher,too!Shehadheardhishire-cararriveonthegravelleddriveatthefrontoftheGreshamfamilyvillainMajorca.Sheforceddownhernervousnessandremainedstretchedoutonherloungersoakingupthesun,rather thanrunningtogreethimasshewantedtodo.Rufus,shehadquicklylearnt,wasnotamanthatyouranafter,butinsteadwaitedforhimtocometoyou—evenifhewastheloveofyourlifeandjustlookingathimmadeyourkneestremblewithlonging!Hestoodinthedoorwaythatledoutontotheterrace,havingremovedthejackettohislightbusinesssuitintheintenseheatoftheearlyafternoon.Hisoverlonghairwasthecolourofmolasses,glintinggoldeninthesun,andhiseyes—apiercingpalegreen,Gabriellaknew—werehiddenbehindtheblacsunglasseshewore.Buthisquestion,andthatdisapprovingslanttohischiselledlips,wereenoughtotellherthathewasn’tatallpleasedatfindinghersunbathingaloneontheterrace,inabikinicomprisedofsmallscrapsoforangematerial.
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Deliberatelyso.Rufushadahabitofeithertreatingherasanirritatingchild,oroftotallyignoringhealtogether.Butshesomuchwantedhimtorecognizeherasadesirablewoman.‘I’mworkingonmytan,Rufus,whatdoesitlooklikeI’mdoing?’Shesmiled,atthesametimestretchinglanguorously,archingtheslendernessofherback,themovementforcingforwardthefullnessof herbreasts,hernipplesvisiblyarousedinhernervousnessthroughthebikini’sorangefabric.‘Icanseethat,damnit,’shebitbackscathingly.‘Forgoodness’sakeputsomeclotheson,willyou?’hesnappedashesteppedoutsideontotheterrace.‘I’mtoppingupmytan,silly,’shesaidpoutingly.‘AndwhyshouldIbotherputtingclothesonwhenthere’snoonearoundtoseemebutyou?’sheaddedwithtentativeprovocation.ItwasonethingwantingRufustoseeherasadesirablewoman,somethingelseentirelyactuallymaintainingthisprovocativepose!TheGreshamfamilyvilla,‘Bougainvillea’,wasperchedaloneonthesideofthemountainoverlookingtheterracedvillagebelow,withaone-hundred-and-eighty-degreeviewoftheMediterranean.Whybother,indeed?Rufusacknowledgedimpatiently,gratefulfortheblackshieldofhissunglassesthathidhisemotionsashisgazesweptslowlyoverGabriella’slithelyperfectbody,alreadytannedtoagoldenbrownandglisteninginvitinglyfromtheoilshehadsmoothedoverhertorso,armsandthoselong,longlegs.Itwasabeautifullyslenderbody,withoutblemish,thatonlytheveryyoungpossessed,andthatwould behardforanymantoresist.AndRufushadhadplentyofpracticeatdoingexactlythatsinceGabriellahadburstintohislifeayear ago,makingnoefforttohideherinfatuatedinterestinhim.Aninterest,atthirtyyearsofage,he’dhadnointentionofsatisfying!Or,atleast,hehadn’thadanyintentionofsatisfyinguntilhe’dwalkedoutontotheterraceafewminutesagoandseenherlyingthere…‘Anyonecouldhavewalkedouthereand—‘“Anyone”didn’t,youdid,’shereasonedcajolingly.‘Besides,thewomenonthevillagebeachwon’tbewearinganymorethanthis.’Shefrowned.Thevillagebeach,Rufusknewfrompastexperience,wouldbefulloffamiliesatthistimeofday,mostof thewomenwearingbikinis,someeventopless,yes—buttheyweren’talonewiththemantheyhadbeenshamelesslyinfatuatedwithforthelastyear!‘Whereareyourparents?’hedemandedharshly.Alittledesperately,heacknowledgedwithinwardself-impatience.Atleastthepresenceofhisfather andGabriella’smother,hisstepmother,wouldalleviatethissituation.EvenifhestillfoundHeather’sroleashisstepmotheralmostasirritatingashavingthisgloriouslybeautifulcreatureashisstepsister.
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