Title: Regretfully (Sinfully #2)
Author: Leighton Riley
Release Date: Oct 16, 2014
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How do you heal after everything has been ripped away from you?
Completely devastated and alone, Tristen cannot fathom life after losing Cami and his unborn child. He attempts to find normality in his broken world but everything seems wrong.
Aria is compelled to help Tristen and cannot escape the undeniable connection she feels for him, even though Cami was one of her closest friends. She tries to help him move forward by befriending him but quickly realizes that there is more.
Tristen and Aria are both struggling to deal with these confusing emotions. Can they find happiness even when they feel utterly broken?
“You being on top of me, naked, doing that turns me the fuck on, Mica. I’m trying to be a gentleman here, but I am dying to be inside you right now,” I answered.
“Hell yeah, baby.” I moved her a little lower so she was sitting on my hard cock. She jumped once she felt my undeniable arousal underneath her cheeks.
“Oh! Oh, I’m sorry! Does it hurt for me to sit on it?” She furrowed her brows in worry.
I would laugh if she weren’t dead serious. Poor thing. “Does it hurt for your pussy to be sitting on my hard cock? Babe, it only aches because it’s under you and not in you. Wanna fix that problem?” I grasped her hips and lifted just a touch so that she could feel me move beneath her slick entrance. If I wanted to, I could have slid right in; she was slick in her own juices from the orgasm I had just given her.
Texas born and raised, I found my love for dirty books rather recently. I work in real estate for my day job and I write contemporary romance with a twist of suspense and erotica. Sinfully, my debut novel was released in June 2014 with Regretfully following up in October of 2014. Tate’s story, Deceitfully, will finish off the series and will be out in spring of 2015. I get asked a lot about if there’s any connection to Sinfully and my life. I do go to Las Vegas often but I swear I don’t have as much fun as Payton does. Although, if I found myself a Tate there, I might change my opinion…