Thursday, December 6, 2012

HOUSE SITTING by Destiny Wallace

HOUSE SITTING by Destiny Wallace

Leah Brown has a post-graduation plan, she has to lose weight, lose her virginity, and get a real job. In desperation, she moves back in with her mother, determined that it will only be temporary. Lucky for Leah, it comes to her mother’s attention that a friend’s daughter needs someone to take care of her house over the summer. Shortly after moving in to Audra’s impressive house, she meets Jaysen Dewitt. Though very impressed with his swimmer’s body, she doesn’t actually see him as a possibility…besides; messing around with the architect next door is not part of the plan.

Meanwhile, in Italy, Audra Sampson is working closely with Nico Angeli to acquire his family’s hotel…maybe too closely.

Audra, who has always put work first, can’t seem to keep things strictly professional once on his home turf, and decides to have a summer fling. Audra finds it impossible not to fall in love with Nico, even with his overbearing family and her own reservations.
Both women will have an unforgettable summer, but what happens when summer is over?


Leah rang Jaysen’s doorbell prepared to eat crow. She would never have thought he had been overweight. Even if he hadn’t been, she didn’t have the right to snap at him the way she did. He’d been nothing but nice to her.

Jaysen opened the door and smiled. “Hi, Leah. This is a change.”

She nodded and walked past him into the foyer. “I came over to apologize. I shouldn’t have snapped at you the way I did yesterday. I guess I’m on edge because I’m dieting and hungry all the time. It’s no excuse, but I really am sorry.”

“Don’t give it another thought,” he said shrugging.

“Thanks,” Leah said with a sigh of relief. “I’d better get going; you look like you were getting ready for work.”

Jaysen glanced down at his khaki pants, un-tucked white shirt and the blue and white striped tie draped over his shoulder.

Leah headed for the door.

“Wait!” he exclaimed grabbing her hand.

Leah gasped when he touched her. Goosebumps immediately rose on her arms and her stomach clenched.

She slowly turned to find Jaysen too far in her personal space. He’d stepped into her, so she had to look up to see his face. She couldn’t speak as she watched his golden eyes darken. He leaned down and kissed her.

Jaysen pulled Leah against him, just as he had the day before when they were in the pool. He coaxed her lips apart with his tongue. They delved into each other’s mouths between sighs and moans.

“Maybe I should make my way over to your side of the fence more often,” Leah joked as she tried to catch her breath.

“Maybe you should,” he said with a grin.


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