Stealing the Bride

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Authors: Brynn Paulin
Tags: Erótica
slash through her limbs as her muscles shook with the pleasure sizzling through them. This was perfect. She wanted this for the rest of her life.
    Daniel’s fingers dug into her hips. He held her still as her body spasmed around their cocks. Her back bowed, and her head tipped back. He kissed behind her ear, and his teeth grazed the sensitive skin there—hell, she was sensitive everywhere, every nerve ending firing with the bliss of their control. When he bit her shoulder, she screamed, the possessiveness of the action sending a flood from her cunt to Jacob’s cock. Her body rocked like a rigid board on a storm tossed sea as they continued to fuck her through the paralysing waves clenching her muscles.
    With a cry, Daniel stiffened, his body echoing hers in a tableau of enraptured passion. Jacob frantically stabbed into her, his large cock stretching her tight channel as it closed around him in her passion.
    “So tight,” Jacob murmured. “So perfect. And ours. Forever.”
    “Please, baby…” Daniel reached between his lovers’ bodies, his fingers splaying over Mara’s belly. Slipping his hand lower, he found her clit. With a pinch, he sent her soaring to oblivion. Her vision grayed as Jacob reached his peak and cried out his completion. But she almost was too far gone to notice. She was sensation everywhere. Every touch was sublime and yet too much.
    Overwhelmed, she collapsed on Jacob’s chest as he shook beneath her. Vaguely, she felt them pull from her body and heard a groan that could only have come from her. Her men cuddled her in the middle of the bed as she floated in an abyss of lassitude. How long she lingered there, she didn’t know, but suddenly, her awareness crashed back, and she smiled, fully cognizant that she lay between the two most important people who would ever be in her life. If she had any say, they would always be on either side of her completing the empty parts of her soul.
    “Ask me again,” she murmured.
    “Marry us,” the men said together.
    “Yes!” Her love thundered through her like an unstoppable deluge. The desolation of that morning disappeared, and her future loomed as bright and as full to the brim as she felt right now. “Yes! Yes to it all!”
    How could she say anything else? These were her men. Her wonderful lovers and compassionate soul mates. She was theirs. They’d stolen far more than the bride. They’d stolen her heart, and it was theirs forever.

    About the Author
    When it comes to books and movies, Brynn has one rule: there must be a happy ending. After that one requirement, anything goes. And it just might in her books.
    She lives in Michigan with her husband and two children, who love her despite her occasional threats to smite them. They humor her and let her think she's a long as she provides homemade chocolate chip cookies on a regular basis. Brynn has conducted workshops at several writers’ conferences around the country and enjoys mentoring and meeting new people.
    According to Brynn, her writing success can be attributed to an eclectic collection of music, her local road construction crews, a trusty notebook, and of course, her husband, Mr. Inspiration, who puts up with a lot in the name of research.
    Brynn loves to talk to her readers and can be found at .

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    Belonging to Them by Brynn Paulin
    On the run from her past, Rayna Halliday is devastated when her old car breaks down in the middle of nowhere. She soon finds that her ex has managed to block her credit cards, her accounts and even her cell phones in an attempt to exert his control over her. Giving in to him is something she refuses to do.
    When the owners of O’Keefe’s Gas and Repair come to her rescue, they make her an offer that tantalizes the forbidden desires within her—she can find a way to pay for the car repairs, or she can belong to them for two weeks and

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