Six Sentence Sunday snippet from myown hero's book, FLIRTING WITH ITALIAN.
Matteo di Serrone is many things. A botanist, wine maker, adviser to the United Nations, conte. His complex personality has been influenced by a childhood marred by the death of his father and the betrayal of two women who were important to him. He has two passions; the quality of his wine and the protection of his dysfunctional family. Sarah Gratton's arrival appears to threaten the latter and there meeting is fraught with tension that culminates in a kiss...
The world seemed to have slowed down and it took forever for his lips to reach hers. Somewhere, deep inside her brain she knew the word “…no…” was teetering on the brink, ready to fall to her lips. All she had to do was move them, say it, but her butter-soft mouth seemed to belong to someone else.
It wasn’t enough and she clutched at his shoulders, fingers digging into hard flesh as she began to fall back, leaving gravity to take them down into the soft thick grass on the shady side of the wall.
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