The Avoidance of Love (The Daniels' Sisters Book 2)

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of him was driving into me and there was nothing I could do but take it. Accept it and revel in it.
    “I wanted to show you that I’m more than this, Mara. I wanted to be more for you.” His breathing was heavy and heady.
    “Jace, make me come. Please.” Was that even my voice? Was I really begging him to make me come?
    “Anything you want.”
    I thought that he’d been going at full force before, but I had been mistaken. His hand moved away from my clit and back to gripping my cheeks, each thrust delivered with a precision that could only come with practice. A thought I immediately pushed away.
    His speed increased and I could feel my climax within my grasp. It was coming at a speed that I couldn’t fathom.
    “Come for me. Now, Mara.”
    And I did. It was so powerful, my whole body shook, and I was thankful he was bearing my weight. Just as my first orgasm subsided, another followed, just as powerful as the first.
    Jace grunted and his movements slowed. I could feel his cock pulsing inside of me, and a little piece of me regretted the thin piece of latex that separated us.
    After a few moments, Jace pulled out and let my legs ease down, although he didn’t let go until he was sure I could stand by myself.
    Even as he was removing the condom and tying it, he was staring at me with an intensity that was making me squirm on the spot. I would normally never do anything like this. It wasn’t me. Definitely not with men like Jace. I needed distance between us, and I needed it fast.
    “You’re amazing you know that?” He tossed the condom into the wastebasket.
    The compliment made me feel uncomfortable, and I didn’t know how to respond. Any bravado I had had earlier had long disappeared.
    He grasped my chin and forced me to look at him. “Are you shy?”
    “Of course not!”
    “Are you embarrassed?”
    He smirked. “You’re cute; you know that?” He kissed me on the nose like a petulant child. “I’ll give you a couple minutes and meet you outside in the restaurant.” With that, he turned and left without another word.
    Once the door had shut, I let out the breath I had been holding and quickly pulled my skirt back up. At the sink, I splashed water on my face and took a good look at myself in the mirror. I looked like I’d just had bathroom sex. My hair was messy and my face was flushed. What the hell was I playing at? I could feel panic rising. I needed to escape. I eyed the bathroom window and one thought crossed my mind.
    Once I was in my car and had taken off down the road, I pulled over to send Jace a text that I’d had to leave immediately and I would catch up with him later to discuss the project.
    I ignored my phone when he called me right back. No part of me wanted to explain I’d climbed out the bathroom window to avoid seeing him. Even I would have to admit under oath that it was the behavior of a crazy woman!

I GOT INTO work early the next morning. I’d love to say it was because I wanted to get a jump-start on my work, but it would be a lie; I couldn’t sleep and I had nothing better to do than go to work. I’d been tapping my stupid pencil on my desk for the last two hours, replaying what happened with Jace and the images of us joined, and wondering what I was going to do about it. For all the work I was actually doing, I might as well have stayed at home.
    By 9:00 a.m., I hadn’t moved from my seat, I hadn’t done any work, and I hadn’t even had my regular morning coffee. I slammed my pencil down on my desk in frustration. There was no way I could go to Italy with Jace. If he kept flirting with me, kissing me, and fucking me in restaurant bathrooms then everything was going to go to hell. I clearly have no resistance where this man is concerned. I let out a defeated sigh. My attraction to the man was undeniable and if I let myself fall into his trap, there would be no one to save me when it all came falling down around me.
    I knew I had no decent excuse not to go; he was

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