Come Away With Me - Marlo Peterson

Come Away With Me

By Marlo Peterson

  • Release Date - Published: 2014-05-18
  • Book Genre: Erotica
  • Author: Marlo Peterson
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Friends can be lovers, and lovers can be friends. When Tisha gets dumped by her boyfriend, she has to give up her ski trip, unless she can find someone else to go with her. On a whim, she gets Bradley, a man of a different persuasion in her circle of friends, to come with her.

They realize that they’ve been burying feelings the whole time, as their bodies quickly burn for each other. On the plane ride to the resort, on the slopes and in the cabin, ebony and ivory will create passion in the hottest ways imaginable.

WARNING! This story is super hot, very raunchy, and oh, so, good. It should only be read when you have a little bit of “me” time!

EXCERPT:

We were on the slopes, so it was time for me to unwind and enjoy myself, forgetting all about the fact that I had just gotten out of a relationship.
“You look like you’re about to fall,” Bradley yelled out, teasing me.
I stood on my skis, my arms shaking, as I attempted to hold myself up. My arms wobbled as I cruised along at about 1 mile per hour, and it was only a matter of time before I would belly flop into the snow.
Just as I was about to eat it hard, I felt a pair of arms scoop me up.
Thank God, I thought to myself.
When I turned my head, I saw that it was Bradley.

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