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By Diana Palmer

Allison Hathoway hasn't ever recognized a guy like Gene Nelson. he is a depressing horse--a guy operating wild--or so her buddies inform her. yet Allison is aware he is a guy with secrets and techniques . . . and person who has been harm. And her middle is going out to him--whether she wishes it to or no longer. As noticeable on Romance Classics tv.

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She asked. "That's right," Gene agreed. "We left, too," she said in a very country-sounding drawl. "My daddy would skin me alive if he knew I'd been to such a film, so I made Johnny leave. He liked it," she added with another meaningful look. "It's life," the boy replied. " She went scarlet and jumped up. " "Virgins," Johnny sighed and then smiled with pure joy. That smile bothered Gene. He'd never known a virgin, not in all his life. He'd certainly never dated one. But part of him envied that young boy, to be going into a marriage with a woman who'd saved such a precious part of her life for him.

She smiled thankfully, trying to hide her nervousness. " she agreed with a laugh, and shivered until the heater began to blow warm air. She leaned her head back against the seat and Gene turned on a country-and-western radio station. The drive back to Pry or was very pleasant, despite the fact that they talked very little. She felt safe with him. Comfortable and safe, even through the excitement he generated in her. She wondered if earlier he'd wanted to kiss her and had drawn back because of the crowd.

Her fingers bit into his broad shoulders, feeling the steely tautness of the warm muscle as his teeth nibbled at her lower lip. He lifted his head a fraction and looked into her dazed hazel eyes, his own pale green ones bright with arousal. "Bite me," he repeated gruffly, his fingers contracting in her hair to force her face back up to bis. "I like it rough," he breathed into her open mouth. " She didn't know how she liked it or what he expected of her. She could barely think at all and the words didn't really register.

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