Y is for Your Dimension Or Mine? for today’s Spanking From A to Z Challenge.
So, since we’re at Y and let me tell you – I was running out of books and letters here, I decided to give you a look at the book titled Your Dimension Or Mine? a humorous paranormal romance with demons and faeries and gorgeous men, oh my. But no sex. Nope. Nada. None.
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“Yep. Chocolate can be used in all sorts of food. This”—she grabbed the cake—“is the one I talked about in my email.” After taking the closest utensil and filling it with the warm, gooey center, she handed him the spoon.
The moment the food hit his tongue, she knew he loved it. His eyes closed and a small moan left his throat. “That is divine. There is nothing like it on my planet. What does it come from?”
“A plant on Earth. I know there is a lot they have to do to the cacao bean to make it into chocolate, but whatever they do, it is so worth it.”
They talked and laughed their way through the tremendous amount of chocolate. The only thing he wasn’t sold on was the bowl of chocolate-flavored cereal, but that was fine with her. She ate them all. As the last plate was cleared and she leaned back, basking in the sun—it might not be as harsh as the Arizona heat, but it was still nice—a shadow crossed over her. She looked up at Terrian who was staring intently at her mouth. “What?”
“There is a spot of chocolate you missed,” he said, his voice taking on a tone that made her heart beat a little faster.
“Can you get it off?” she asked a little more breathily than she would have liked.
He leaned in and his lips softly touched the left corner of her mouth, his tongue sliding softly over her skin. There was a pause and then he kissed her again, this time, his lips slid a little further over hers. His soft lips were like velvet, and with a sigh, she wrapped her arms around his neck as she kissed him back.
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Your Dimension Or Mine?
Author: Cynthia Kimball
2nd book in the Dating Service Series
When Ari Reynolds signed up for an online dating service, she only did it to get her sister off her back about her dateless life. She never expected to be contacted by men from other dimensions or have a demon claim ownership of her through a magical DNA contract. Now that her eyes are open, she is catapulted to Dimension Zeta. There, a powerful Fae named Mayir trains her to defend herself against the mysterious Orion.
Even more confusing, she finds herself falling for Terrian, a man from an entirely different dimension. Terrian promises to help defend her, but when Orion steals something of great importance to her, she must stand alone against him. Can a mere human fight off the magical control of an immortal being who wants her more than anything?