Meet Damian Castillo. The man, the legend, the heartbreaker. As a self-proclaimed man-whore, Damian doesn’t believe in love or commitment. In fact, he can’t remember the last time he’s had feeling for a woman that went beyond hot, no-strings-attached sex. The only things he cares about are his bar, his appearance, and his needs.
But then he meets Alexis.
Meet Alexis Blythe. A small town girl that has lost a lot of love in her life. Wanting to leave her past behind her, she moves to San Francisco looking for a big change. Yet, despite everything she’s gone through, she still believes in true love.
But then she meets Damian.
When Alexis shows up at his bar, Damian’s caught by surprise. She’s different. She’s sweet, innocent, and feisty. But above all, this woman didn’t respond to his charm and piercing-blue eyes the way every other woman did. To Damian, she’s his ultimate challenge.
Could Alexis be the girl that will break through Damian’s wall of perpetual bachelorhood without getting hurt? Or will Damian remain true his ways and break Alexis’s heart and her hopes of true love?
But as amazing as it felt, after several minutes, I still wasn’t anywhere close to coming. What the fuck is going on?
“Hey—” I stopped mid-sentence. What’s her name again? Julie? Julia? Fuck it, does it matter? “Hey, you.”
“Let’s change positions,” I finally said in exasperation and pulled out of her.
“Mmm,” she purred as she lowered her ass. “Anything you want.” She gave me a smile that said it all. She was whipped.
Fuck, this is definitely the last time I’ll be seeing her.
“Open your mouth,” I ordered as I rolled the condom off my penis. “Suck on it for a while. Maybe that’ll do the trick.”
“I can do that.” She gave me a seductive smile as she gripped the shaft of my cock between her fingers.
I lay down on the bed as she got on top of me.
“How about we 69 it?” she suggested.
Fuck no, I thought. Definitely not seeing her again. I couldn’t remember the last time I ate a girl out. That was entering the black hole of intimacy territory. The day I went down on a girl was the day I was no longer Damian Castillo.
Of course, I wouldn’t tell this girl all that.
“How about we 68 it, and I’ll owe you one,” I said with a chuckle.
She looked at me in confusion. “Oh? How do we do a 68?”
Shit, she’s dumb. “It was a joke,” I said, my voice laced with an edge of annoyance. “You know, 68 plus one is 69?”
Her face was blank.
I sighed. Let it go, man. You can’t teach dumb, I told myself.
“Never mind. Just suck on it,” I said flatly as I motioned to my hardness below.
She shrugged and obeyed. She started licking and playing with my cock with her tongue.
ABOUT JESSICA WOOD
Jessica Wood writes new adult contemporary romance.
While she has lived in countless cities throughout the U.S., her heart belongs to San Francisco. To her, there’s something seductively romantic about the Golden Gate Bridge, the steep rolling hills of the city streets, the cable cars, and the Victorian-style architecture.
She loves a strong, masculine man with a witty personality. While she is headstrong and extremely independent, she can’t resist a man who takes control of the relationship, both outside and inside of the bedroom.
She loves to travel internationally, and tries to plan a yearly trip abroad. She also loves to cook and bake, and—to the benefit of her friends—she loves to share. She also enjoys ceramics and being creative with her hands. She has a weakness for good (maybe bad) TV shows; she’s up-to-date on over 25 current shows, and no, that wasn’t a joke.
And it goes without saying, she loves books—they’re like old and dear friends who have always been there to make her laugh and make her cry.
The one thing she wished she had more of is time.