The Sheik and the Princess Bride(Desert Rogues, Book 8)(33) by Susan Mallery
Words spilled out of her, but she had no idea what she said. He licked her everywhere, then settled on that one amazing place. At the same time, he slipped a finger inside of her and caressed her from underneath. The combination nearly made her faint.
This time she was determined to hold back as long as possible, or two minutes, whichever came first.
But there was no denying the sensations flooding her body. Holding back her release was like trying to stop a tornado—foolish and potentially dangerous. She gave herself up to his mouth, his hands and when the first shudder of her orgasm claimed her, she gave in to the need to scream.
It was nearly an out-of-body experience, she thought, barely conscious as every cell in her body gave itself up to the magic of what he did to her. Even when the pleasure eased a little, he continued to move his finger in and out of her, making her come again and again, if not as intensely.
He drew away. She wanted to protest, only she couldn’t speak or move. She was boneless, barely conscious. Then she felt something wonderfully hot and thick probing between her legs. She forced herself to open her eyes and watch as he entered her.
She climaxed again on the first full stroke of penetration. Echoing shudders claimed her as he filled her fully, as he breathed her name and moved in and out. Time ceased to have meaning. She clung to him, wanting him to find pleasure in her and relaxing with contentment as he stiffened and was still.
“Obviously I need to get out more,” Billie said a few minutes later when they’d cleaned up and retreated under the covers. “I’m not sure that many orgasms in a single event is even legal.”
“You are a powerful and sensual woman,” Jefri told her as he brushed a kiss across her mouth. “There is much more for you to discover.”
She appreciated him not making her feel freaky about what had just happened.
Frankly, she could probably live another four hundred years and never feel this good.
“You’re pretty amazing yourself,” she said. “I think a lot of what happened was because of you.”
“I can prove you are wrong,” he said. “You are delightfully responsive. I simply unlocked what is already there.” He smiled. “Shall I show you?”
By ten the next morning Billie knew that she would probably walk funny for the next six weeks, but it had been worth it. Spending the night with Jefri had been beyond description. What made it even better was the slightly glazed look in his eyes whenever he turned in her direction.
“You have destroyed me for other women,” he said as he held her close on the flight back to Bahania.
There was a sentiment she could get behind, she thought happily. “Me, too.
Although not with women.”
“Of course not.”
She sighed with contentment and wondered if her smile was as happily foolish as it felt.
“Doyle’s going to kill me,” she said. “After he has his heart attack.”
“Because you did not go home last night?”
“I’m not sure he’ll care about that, but he’ll be seriously unamused that I missed our morning classes.”
“Shall I explain that it was with my express permission?” Jefri asked.
Billie giggled. “I’m not so sure that’s a really good idea. After all, he’s my brother and when he figures out what we’ve been doing, he may feel obligated to beat you up.”
“He will not be successful.”
“I suspect you’re right. But it could create an international incident and we don’t want that.”
Jefri kissed the top of her head. “I have some meetings this afternoon, but I would like to see you tonight.”
“Dinner in your room?”
“Uh-huh.” Dinner and then…
The plane landed at the private airport where another limo waited to take them back to the palace. Billie tried to get her brother on the cell phone, but he didn’t answer.
“Strange,” she said as she checked her battery. “I can’t figure out why he’s not picking up. He’s not scheduled to fly. Maybe he’s somewhere without cell coverage.” Although she couldn’t imagine where that would be.
“Once we are back at the palace, we will find him,” Jefri told her.
She nodded and slipped into his embrace. He pressed his mouth to hers, deepening the kiss until she wanted to ask the driver to pull over and give them a minute.
Tonight, she promised herself. They would make love tonight.
Their limo pulled up behind another one.
“A visiting dignitary?” she asked as he reached for the door handle.
“I had not heard of one on the schedule.” He stepped out, then turned to assist her.
As Billie walked toward the entrance to the palace, she heard loud voices. Was that—
She hurried toward the sound and came to a dead stop when she saw her brother apparently arguing with the king.
“This can’t be good,” she murmured. Had her brother seriously freaked out when she hadn’t come home? “Doyle, what’s going on?”
He spun toward her. “There you are. Where the hell have you been?”
Billie was aware of the crowd of people standing around, including a young woman of about seventeen or eighteen.
“I’m fine. Thanks for asking. How are you?”
Her brother glared at her. “I didn’t ask you how you are.”
“I know but things would be a whole lot better if you did.”
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