By J.L. Langley
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Nate glanced at the handsome face and his gut clenched. Up close the man’s eyes were the color of molten steel. He had flawless ivory skin and full lips. The heat of his body pressed against Nate’s chest made his cock stir. The man was -50- My Fair Captain slim and not very tall, but he had broad shoulders that spoke of nice muscles under the well-tailored clothes. What he wouldn’t give to see this slim body completely bare of clothing and those pretty lips wrapped around his hard cock. Closing his eyes, Nate concentrated on getting his pulse back to normal.
Isn’t he fascinating? He’s going to the ball with us. Do you think he’ll ask me to dance? And what if he does? He’s so, so, big and…” Tarren shuddered. Aiden very nearly growled. He didn’t want to think about Tarren that close to the earl. If anyone was going to dance with the… Whoa, what was he thinking? He did not want to dance with Deverell or any other gentlemen. He hated to dance. Aiden quickly finished dressing, blocking out Tarren’s chatter as best he could. He needed to talk Deverell into keeping quiet about his fall.
Picking up the screen, he held it in front of his groin and met Nate’s gaze. His enticing mouth formed an “O”, followed by an inhalation of air, then the man blinked and shook his head as if to clear it. “Thank you for rescuing me, milord. ” Nate was about to ask the man’s name and why he was in the tree in the first place when an older version of the young man appeared in the window. “What in stars happened to the window? ” The younger man, Aiden, frowned. He darted his gaze to Nate and gave a barely perceptible shake of his head.
My Fair Captain; Sci-Regency, Book 1 by J.L. Langley