“You can have as many as you can handle Trace.” He brought his mouth down on hers, sweeping his tongue inside, taking her in and filling her with need. She kissed him back, and as she moved against him, she heard him moan. He broke the kiss and took a small step back resting his forehead against hers. “Not tonight” he whispered “but soon.” Before leaving, his lips brushed against her hair.
Lauren couldn’t believe her reaction to Trace. Never had she been so turned on by a man. She would be breaking out her vibrator tonight but it was going to be a poor substitute, she wanted so much more. She wanted the ‘but soon’ now, and later, she wanted Trace. Remembering a saying she saw somewhere that said ‘you know that tingly feeling you get when you like someone, that’s common sense leaving your body,’ she realized common sense had already left her body.
If that's more than eight sentences, so be it. Lauren Bancroft and Trace Connor are the main characters in The Doctor and the Rancher. I'm sure you can guess who is who. Lauren is looking for a fresh start away from the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles and takes a position as a 'town' doctor in small town in Montana. The Connor family's roots are entrenched in Carsonville and the Double Pines Ranch. Both Trace and Lauren share many of the same values, but there are subtle differences.Those differences provide some interesting reading as they find a way to close the gap and accept the inevitable.
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