Learning Curves by Cathryn Fox Release Date: May 30, 2016 About the Book:
When he wins a sexy bet, billionaire Linc Blair can’t wait to get Lauren Neill naked. He’s never gone for her type in the past, and he’s pretty certain it has more to do with her buttonedup hotness than the nagging sense that something is missing from his life. But when he gets a glimpse of the vulnerable woman beneath the conservative, yet ohsosexy clothes, it’s a game changer.
Lauren can’t believe she’s spending a few days with one of sexiest, and most annoying men she’s ever met. But she can’t deny the chemistry between them, and for once in her life she’s letting down her guard so she can explore a different side of herself. The side only Linc brings out in her.
Taking it slow, he unleashes her sexuality and it quickly occurs to him that what started out as a bet for him has become something more. With their weekend nearly over, and her ex showing interest in this new confident version of Lauren, Linc will have to risk it all if he wants to win the game of love.
She pointed to the coffee pot. “Grab yourself a cup.” Forcing his legs to work, he walked past her, reached into the cupboard, and pulled out a mug. “I hope you’re hungry,” she said.
“Starved.” He stepped up behind her to place a soft kiss on her neck. He set the mug down, and gripped her hips. His hands spanned her waist as she trembled. “But not for pancakes.”
“Oh,” she whispered, going up on her toes as he pressed his cock into the small of her back. She wiggled slightly, and his body grew tight with the memories of the ways he’d taken her. “After last night I didn’t think...”
“Didn’t think what?” he growled into her hair.
“That you’d still be...you know.”
He laughed. “No, I don’t know.”
She spun to face him, and his breath caught as her hair flared around her face. Gorgeous. So fucking gorgeous. She tipped her nose up, one hand on her hip. “You just want me to say it don’t you?”
He tried for sober but couldn’t keep the grin from his face. He felt like a fucking kid on Christmas morning when he was with her. “I don’t live in your head, Lauren. I have no idea what it is you didn’t think I’d be.”
“Horny,” she blurted out, the blush on her cheeks deepening. “I didn’t think you’d be horny.”
No longer able to hold it in, he laughed. “I love it when you talk dirty.”
“You’re going to pay for that.” She reached for the spatula, holding it up like she was going to whack him with it. He jumped back and held his hands up.
“Okay, I confess. I did want to hear you to say it.” He stepped back into her and pushed a knee between her legs to widen them. Leaning in, he drew in her sweet scent, tossed her spatula away and brushed his lips over hers. “And now I want to fuck you.”
Her hot hands went to his chest and her lips parted, heat flushing her cheeks. He put his hand between her legs, and brushed her sex through her lace panties, needing to make sure she could handle what he was offering after taking her hard last night. “Are you sore?”
Her hips moved, and his finger slid along the seam of her sex. He pulled her panties to the side, and dipped into her sweet pussy. Jesus Christ. She was so fucking wet. His arousal sharpened as he ran her moisture over her clit. He growled. She moaned.
“Do you want me again?”
She wet her bottom lip, and his gaze dropped to her mouth. “Yes.”
He gripped her ass and lifted her, wrapping her legs around his waist.
She blinked and pointed to the burner. “But the pancakes—”
“Fuck the pancakes.”
She angled her head, a sexy grin playing on her mouth. “I’d rather fuck you.”
His cock jumped. Shit, if she kept saying things like that he was going to lose it. “That’s a filthy little mouth you’ve got there,” he said.
“That’s because I have a good—or rather, bad—teacher.”
“Well, maybe that teacher should put something in that sweet mouth of yours to stop you from saying things that are going to make him forget he’s a gentleman.”
“Will that be before or after you fuck me hard?”
About the Author:
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Cathryn Fox is a wife, mom, sister, daughter, and friend. She loves dogs, sunny weather, anything chocolate (she never says no to a brownie) pizza and red wine. Cathryn has two teenagers who keep her busy and a husband who is convinced he can turn her into a mixed martial arts fan. When not writing, Cathryn can be found laughing over lunch with friends, hanging out with her kids, or watching a big action flick with her husband.