Wallbanger (The Cocktail Series)
NEW YORK instances, WALL road magazine & united states TODAY bestselling indie writer Alice Clayton delights readers with the attractive, laugh-out-loud romance of Caroline and Simon in Wallbanger, the 1st publication within the Cocktail series!
The first evening after Caroline strikes into her terrific new San Francisco residence, she realizes she's gaining an--um--intimate wisdom of her new neighbor's nocturnal adventures. because of paper-thin partitions and the guy's athletic prowess, she will listen not only his mattress banging opposed to the wall however the ecstatic reaction of what turns out (as loud evening after loud evening is going through) like an unending parade of ladies. and because Caroline is presently on a self-imposed "dating hiatus," and her neighbor is obviously lethally beautiful to ladies, she unearths her fantasies preserve her conscious even longer than the noise. So while the wallbanging threatens to actually leap her off the bed, Caroline, clad in sexual frustration and a crimson baby-doll nightie, confronts Simon Parker, her heard-but-never-seen neighbor. the stress among them is as thick because the partitions are skinny, and the implications simply as combined. unexpectedly, Caroline is discovering she could have stumbled on an entire new definition of neighborly...
In a scrumptious mixture of foolish and steamy, Alice Clayton dishes out a sizzling and hilarious story of exasperation at the beginning sight.
Isn’t it? hiya, hand over banging your head opposed to the counter.” The granite felt cool opposed to my defeated, sizzling dermis, yet I banged with much less strength while I heard the sting of panic in his voice. He knew, and he was once nonetheless the following. He used to be right here in my kitchen in that blue North Face pullover that made his eyes smoky sapphires and his whole physique glance cuddly and hot and attractive and virile and kick-me-the-in-head lovely. And right here i used to be, coated in honey and raisins, banging my head at the countertop after.
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Into Simon’s residence. in fact the lady who meows while she has an orgasm is frightened of cats. Clive gave chase, and as I stood within the hallway with Simon and Mimi, we heard shrieking and meowing echoing again to us. It sounded oddly normal, and that i used to be reminded of Simon bringing it on domestic. I shook my head and took over. “Caroline, what the hell was once that? Your cat just—” Simon used to be announcing, and that i put my quit his mouth as I moved quickly earlier him. “We don’t have time, Simon! we need to get.
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