Lots of y’all know Sommer Mardsen — she’s going through some truly hard things and she deserves all the love and support we can get her! The idea here is to share a kiss from a book and then y’all head over to the site and find another hot kiss to read!
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I’m sharing Audie and Dixon’s first kiss from my newly contracted novel, Ever the Same. I’m giving away a box of swag/books from Author After Dark to a commenter. Love you, Sommer, honey, and I’m praying for you, every day.
He was fascinated. Audie’s face was clean shaven, nose long, straight. He traced the man’s eyebrows, surprised to find little eyeglasses. Oh God, that had to be adorable. A cowboy in spectacles.
“Oh, man. I…You look like you’re happy to see me. I’ve never had a man look at me like that.”
“No?” That was a shame. Audie deserved good moments. “Well, I think you’re hot as hell.”
“You can tell. Can I kiss you?”
“I think that would rock.”
Audie made a happy noise and touched his face again, fingers sliding behind his ear and into his hair to pull him close.It was brand new, to have to wait, to let someone else initiate, because he wasn’t sure where the kiss was coming from.
Audie’s breath on his lips told him which way to tilt his head, and he took this kiss full on the mouth, the brush of lips together, making him shiver. He moaned, the sound vibrating in his throat.
“Mmm.” Audie made this long, low noise, pure pleasure. The kiss went deeper, not fierce, just a slow, thorough tasting and he traced Audie’s teeth, finding one that was the barest bit crooked.
Audie chuckled and Dixon pulled back a few inches. “What happened?”
“Got kicked by a calf.”
“Ouch. Is there a scar?”