Coming April 28th
Runes Series: Book 3
I missed him. Worried about him. I tried not to, but I couldn’t help myself. I didn’t care that he’d chosen to visit his parents in Hel. The fact remained it had been months and we still hadn’t heard from him.
But worrying about him wasn’t going to bring him back.
I jumped up and walked to the window. Torin was in his kitchen. He was shirtless. Those abs. That sculptured, endless chest. There out to be a law against men like him and sweatpants that hang so low they bordered on indecency. He reached down and scratched his butt.
I giggled. Only Torin could look hot doing that.
He disappeared from the window. Dang it. He was supposed to glance out the window and check on me first. Now I wasn’t going to get my morning coffee.
I turned to head to the shower and he walked through the portal shirtless and barefoot. He had the sexiest feet ever. I ogled him a little. Okay, a lot.
“You continue with that and I’ll forget your mom is not here?” he warned, putting the cup on my dresser.
I braced myself against his chest, went on my toes and kissed him. I couldn’t help what I did next. I scratch his butt. “Still itchy?”
He chuckled, wrapping an arm around my waist. “I knew you were checking me out, you perv.”
“How? Your back was to me.”
“I have lustful-eyes-on-me radar.” My feet left the floor as his lips claimed mine in a kiss that shot from warm to scorching in warp speed. Then we were rolling on the bed. I did what any sane girl would do when met with a force beyond her control. I soaked it all in and clung.
He tasted amazing. Coffee, vanilla, and stomach-curling goodness. He rolled again so I was on top. He knew how I loved that. My thick hair formed a curtain around us. He loved that.