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Sunday, December 15, 2013

Siobhan Muir - The Navy's Ghost

WELCOME SIOBHAN MUIR!

This hot, erotic menage has been getting 5 star reviews from readers. A must read!


A SEAL is strongest with her Team…



Copyright © 2013 Siobhan Muir
All rights reserved.

“Then you gotta wake up and talk to them ’cause they want to make sure you get the message loud and clear. Do you hear me, Ensign Brickman?”
“Yes sir.” Chris struggled, twisting her head back and forth as if shaking off a smothering hood. Sweat beaded on her forehead, sliding down the side of her face to soak the pillowcase but her eyes opened clear, fastening on Jim.
“Retro.”
“Hey, Ghost. What the hell is going on? Why are you succumbing to some measly little fever? You giving up on something?”
“Waters.” Chris shifted her gaze to Todd.
“Hey, Magic. You okay?”
Why would she talk to Todd rather than him?
Because Todd Hunter is the better man and didn’t yell at her, moron.
“Actually, no, not really.” Magic squeezed her hand. “I’m pretty damn worried about you. See, from where I’m sittin’, it looks like you’re givin’ up and that just ain’t right. If you give up, then I won’t be able to tell you how beautiful you look or how much I love you ever again. In fact, I’m bettin’ you’d miss a whole buttload of opportunities to hear how I feel if you just give up and die.”
Chris didn’t say anything for a long time, her gaze studying Magic’s face. The blond man’s expression filled with all his love for her and Jim had to blink back his tears. Damn! Why hadn’t he ever seen Todd’s feelings for Chris? Either the man was better at hiding them or he’d been too tied up in his own emotions to notice.
Shit.
“How do you feel, Magic?” she whispered at last, her expression wary.
“Well, that’s where it gets real complicated real fast.” A smile curled across Todd’s handsome face. “See, I’m pretty head over heels in love with you, Ensign Christiana, and I have been for some time now. When you got shot in the warehouse, I figured I might lose the best woman in the world, the only woman I love, and it didn’t sit well with me.”
“You’re in love with me?” Her eyes widened.
“Yes, ma’am, I am.”
“Are you sure?”
Magic barked out a half-offended, half-amused laugh. “Yes, ma’am, I’m sure.”
Her hazel eyes shifted back to Jim and he fell into her gaze. He wanted her so much it made his chest ache, but he wasn’t worthy of her. He couldn’t contaminate her with unnatural needs. But he could, and did, love her.
“What about you, Retro? How do you feel?”
“Right now, you got me nervous, Ensign.”
“Nervous about what?”
“Nervous you might leave before I could tell you I love you.” He glanced at Todd and his buddy dipped his head in encouragement. “It’s hard for me to admit after Magic gave you his declaration, but if you’re giving up on life, I’d like you to know before you go.”
Chris’s gaze shifted away, scanning the room beyond them and the new vases of flowers decorating the room. Then she refocused on the men.
“I’m still in the hospital.”
“Yes, ma’am,” Magic said.
“How do I know this isn’t a dream? The last time I talked to you two, you looked like I’d just told you I was gonna to run a marathon unarmed in Afghanistan. How do I know, with all the drugs in my system, this is real?”
“Does this feel real to you?”
Before his mind could catch up to his body, Jim leaned forward and kissed Chris. Even with the scent of fever and medicine, her soft lips damn near dragged a groan from his chest. He’d fantasized countless times of kissing her and reality bested the fantasies. He kept the kiss tender and sweet, but arousal shot through his body and stiffened his cock. Jim forced himself to pull away, to revel in the little pleasure he’d taken.
Chris sighed and a pale smile lifted her lips. “That was a dream come true.”
Jim grinned, suddenly giddy. “For me, too, Ghost. I love you, sweetheart.”
“I love you, too, Jim.”
She reached for his hand and he engulfed it in his large palm. Her skin scorched his.
“Are you gonna give up on this fight, then?” He coughed around a large lump in his throat.
“No, sir. Not if you’re waiting for me in the clear water.”
“You can count on it, Brickman. We’ll both be waiting for you.”
Even if I don’t take my share, I’ll still wait.


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2 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for having me today, Hennessee. :)

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  2. Congratulations on The Navy's Ghost! I have put it on my TBR soooon!

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