Risque Poses is now available at All Romance eBooks!
By: Ursula Whistler | Other books by Ursula Whistler
Word Count: 22045
Available in: Epub, Mobipocket (.mobi), Adobe Acrobat
About the book
Yoga instructor Diana Courbet wants to celebrate the end of a messy divorce in the best way possible, starting with a one night stand with the sexy, tousle-haired artist in her yoga class. He’s been the object of her desire for close to a year, and while he might be worth more than one sexy evening, that’s all her heart is willing to risk.
Mathias Kuning wants two things—to be a successful artist and Diana. Over the past year, he’s painted Diana in a series of nudes that show how much he’s grown to care for his beautiful muse. But to become a successful artist he has to show the sensual pieces, and to show them, she has to agree.
Will the risqué poses of Mathias’ creation be the very thing that keeps Diana in his arms…or drives her out of his life forever?
An excerpt from the book
She lifted arms and smoothed the hands of others all the while wishing she were alone with him in the studio, touching, tasting, fucking. Seeing that he didn’t have a strap, she plucked one off the back wall and brought him one. “You’ll need this,” she whispered in his ear, leaning closer than she needed. The musk of his sweat caused her nipples to tighten and shot a tingle of need to her pussy. She had to have this man.
“I am not good with straps. They are bulky.”
Those words created heat in her chest that spread all over. What was he good with? Silk scarves? Ropes? Did he do kinky, erotic things with his paintbrushes? “Just grab onto the ends and hang on.”
As he looped it around his foot to hold his leg horizontal with the floor, she grabbed his hips from behind to level them. Before the divorce, she wouldn’t have done this, but now she possessed freedom, freedom to touch, to taste, to indulge in all night sex without regrets or worries that her angry, vindictive ex-husband would use her behavior against her.
He shot her a look over his shoulder that she interpreted to say, “Will you touch me more?”