Most of us have visions of finding that special someone who sneaks up on us and takes our breath away. Whether women or men, we all hope to find our soul mate. The problem is I think far too many of us are looking for that person. It would seem that the trick is to stop looking!
When I wrote Impetuous I wanted to write about a couple which were the least likely to meet. Even more so I wanted them to have a relentless attraction toward one another. An attraction that neither one of them could resist.
In this story Beck and Jenny are polar opposites. He is charming and laid back, while she is a serious and career driven executive. He lives life with a smile and easy going confidence. She lives every moment on the edge, never quite relaxing until she is alone. The beauty of their relationship is they bring out the best in one another. He’s the yin to her yang and vice versa. They balance one another like any couple who truly loves each other should.
Please enjoy this sneak peek into the whirlwind relationship of Jenny and Beck… and remember that special someone is out there. We’ll find them as soon as we stop looking.
A smile cocked up on one side of his mouth. "I asked if you had considered shutting off the water valve before doing any plumbing repairs."
For the first time since he'd walked into the room she was finally getting a good look at him. This man, whoever he was, was tall and slender, but his wet T-shirt showed her what was hidden underneath the cotton fabric. His chest was defined by muscles and while he didn't have large, overly muscular arms like so many men she saw on the beach these days, they were definitely the arms of a working man. The smile he was giving her wasn't half bad, either. In fact, if she had the time for a boyfriend, she would say he was just handsome enough to be her type.
Time for a boyfriend?
That thought brought her back to reality. Bracing her hands down at her sides she pushed herself to a standing position. Holding out her hand toward his, she meant to shake it, but when his hand met hers she lost her balance, slipped and fell to the ground, taking him with her.
A loud crack echoed in her head when it met with the tile floor. It disoriented her for a second. That was until she felt the strong, hard body lying on top of her. Opening her eyes she realized their faces were just inches apart and she could feel his breath caressing her lips.
Heat warmed her wet body, despite lying there in inches of water. Her heart began to race again, but not like it had before in her office. She swallowed a lump of nervousness as it hit her throat. She attempted to speak, but no words came out.
"Well, sugar. You know, normally I like to spend a little time getting to know someone before I get horizontal with them, but since you're so forceful, I might just make an exception for you." He winked at her when he spoke the last word.
That wink, or maybe it was the words he used, caused that heat she was feeling to sink to her belly. A throbbing tingle shot down to her pussy and awoke all of her nerve endings. It caused moisture to pool in between her thighs which had nothing to do with the leaking pipe.
Had anyone else said that to her she would have smacked him and laughed in his face, so why did this man give her the desire to wrap her legs around him and grind her hips into his?
"Who are you?" Jenny asked.