Download PDF by Nicole Jordan: Ecstasy

By Nicole Jordan

ISBN-10: 0804119791

ISBN-13: 9780804119795

A blazing story of breathless ardour, seductive hope, and deep love from sensational, bestselling writer Nicole Jordan . . .Having watched her mom languish away for a misplaced love, Raven Kendrick vows by no means to give up her middle. but if her lifestyles erupts in scandal, she is compelled to just accept a wedding inspiration from the wickedly sensuous proprietor of London’s so much infamous gaming hell. notwithstanding fiercely attracted to her enigmatic rescuer, Raven battles to withstand her husband, whose sensuous caresses promise ecstasy past her wildest fantasies.To retailer the attractiveness of an blameless lady approximately ruined by way of his brother, Kell Lasseter sacrifices his freedom to wed the astounding debutante. lengthy scorned for his Irish blood and darkish earlier, Kell can't deny that this mesmerizing spitfire is not like different society misses . . . anymore than he can quell his smoldering wish for her. Torn among loyalty to his brother and his becoming emotions for his rebellious bride, Kell needs to in some way loose Raven’s reluctant center sooner than they could be aware of the ecstasy of real love.

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Yet he couldn’t quell his growing misgivings about his brother, or summarily dismiss Sean’s vengeance as focused merely on Raven Kendrick and not on himself as well. He would have given his life for his brother, if need be. It pained him to think Sean might have deliberately sought to destroy the tenuous reputation he’d fought so hard to build for his gaming house. But why else would Sean have brought Miss Kendrick here, if not out of vindictiveness? Reminded of the blue-eyed siren in his arms, Kell winced.

Memory came flooding back in a vivid rush, making Raven shudder. She had been abducted on her wedding day by a former unwanted suitor who’d struck her viciously. When she regained consciousness to find herself trussed to a bed, Sean Lasseter had forced a vile concoction down her throat. Everything afterward was a blur, but her dreams had been steamy and erotic, filled with exquisite lovemaking by her pirate lover... Raven squeezed her eyes shut, desperately hoping she was mistaken about the brazen events of last night.

Her fantasy had never been so vivid, so intense. She was acutely aware of her pirate lover in a way she’d never experienced. The animal heat radiating from his body. The male musk of his skin. The delicious taste of his mouth. The demanding gentleness of his caresses... Nearly shaking with desire, she reached for him, wanting him with a blind, ferocious need. He wanted her as well, she could tell. He hadn’t fully undressed, but beneath his breeches, he was hard, swollen, ready to take her. Yet when she touched his loins, he stiffened and drew back, out of reach.

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