He deepened the kiss, and she got lost in the sensation of his tongue teasing hers over and over again. She craved him completely, his kiss and his taste. Every single cell of him. More than she’d wanted or needed any other man in her life.
His hand slid down her spine to the small of her back and he broke off the kiss.
“I’m not sure what you’re doing to me, but I think I need to stop kissing you.”
“This is all I need. Just you. More than ever.”
She reached up and pulled on his neck, trying to bring him close again. Being that he had the rock-solid strength of a building, he didn’t budge.
He still studied her, almost as if he caught something in her eyes, too. “You don’t know how glad I am to hear that. Because I’ve been watching you all week, and I swear I got hard every time you even looked at me.”
Finally, he allowed her tugging and he bent down and kissed her again, slowly and more deliberately. He stopped kissing her only to grab her wrist and pull her out of the shed.
Airman to the Rescue
He took a step toward her as if he’d only now realized she stood, waiting, for something from him. A signal, anything that showed what had happened in his office meant as much to him as it did to her. Everything around them seemed different now, the air charged with a different level of electricity that felt far more intimate.