Pre-order your copy today!  Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Nnzuzw  Amazon Worldwide: mybook.to/InsatiableMH Can I ask you a question?” I ventured, the wind blowing my hair all around my face. “If I say no, will you ask it anyway?” I thought for a moment as I gathered it over one shoulder. “No. I won’t. Because it’s personal.” He exhaled. “Go ahead and ask. There’s not much I don’t tell you.” “You might not want to tell me this.” “For fuck’s sake, Sawyer. Just ask already.” “Okay.” I bit my lip for a second. “Why haven’t you ever tried to kiss me?” He didn’t answer. He didn’t even look at me.  When a five full seconds had passed—which felt like five years—I got nervous. “Never mind. I shouldn’t have asked. It’s a stupid question, and the answer is none of my business. Obviously, you’ve just never felt that impulse or you’d have done it. And that’s fine, it’s totally fine. I don’t know what’s going on with me. I think I’m just feeling bad about myself, and I—” He moved so fast, I didn’t even see it coming. One second I was sitting there gripping my hair over one shoulder, burning with humiliation and wishing a hole would open up in the sand and swallow me, and the next I felt his lips on mine, his hands on either side of my face.  My pulse went haywire as the shock and thrill of his kiss moved through me like lightning. His mouth was warm and firm, and covered mine completely. His lips moved with slow, strong confidence, and his tongue sought mine with hungry strokes. I couldn’t breathe, couldn’t think, couldn’t even kiss him back. My hands remained wrapped around my hair as heat pooled at my center and my mind spiraled with happy, dizzy, unimaginable excitement. A small sound issued from the back of my throat—a gasp for air, a plea for more, a cry of blossoming desire.  Suddenly Noah let go of me, breaking the kiss, and I fell back on my elbows in the sand. I hadn’t even realized he’d been holding me up. I blinked at him as the wind whipped my hair around my face again. “Fuck,” he said. “I’m sorry.” I shook my head. “No, don’t be—” “I don’t know what I was thinking.” He jumped to his feet and moved a few feet toward the water, readjusting his cap. Renzo came runni

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