All It Takes; Graffiti Series, Book 1 by Willa Okati

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He didn’t realize he’d landed on her hip until he felt it move under his touch, the joints flexing. He hadn’t felt the curve of a woman’s lush ass in ages, much longer than forty-two days, and the abrupt re-familiarization left him briefly reeling. Melissa felt so fucking good that the sensation startled Sullivan. He couldn’t quite take his hand away, either. The heat from her pussy tickled at the edge of his hand. He realized he could smell her, the warm, ripe femininity of her, and his cock began to grow hard with this new awareness.

He’s got balls, too. Inviting himself over? Oh, I like this. ” Sullivan rubbed his hands together. “I have a date. Tonight. ” Willa Okati All It Takes - 51 - “Bar none, Melissa. I have to draw his hands doing -- everything. Holding a glass filled with red wine. Peeling an apple. Wrapping them around my…” He stopped and blushed. “Sorry. ” Melissa wrinkled her nose cutely at Sullivan. He grinned back at his friend, patting her on the back. ” Her grin turned mischievous. ” Sullivan felt his cheeks heat.

Popcorn in one bowl, so their fingers could dip in at the same time and touch. The possibility of buttery kisses. Sullivan looked at Jonathan -- really looked at him -- and could tell the man wanted this. Really wanted a night with the artist in person. Not because of what he did, but because of who he was. Sullivan, a decent guy, and a possible love interest. So, yeah. He would gladly do cozy. “Etchings,” Melissa stage-whispered. Sullivan shifted uncomfortably. “I do have a lot of art displayed around the place.

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