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...uch she struggled against his arms, she was held captive. “Don’t be in such a hurry, I want to enjoy every inch of you Penny.” He whispered as his tongue traced the outer rim of her ear. His hot breath creating delicious sensations on her wet skin. Cole’s fingers went back to seductively teasing her other breast. He was making her wet, she wanted his fingers to trace slow, delicious circles around her clit. She wanted his mouth on her skin, she needed release. “Cole ... Please.” She moaned. “Please what baby.” He asked as his fingers gently tugged on her nipples, sending liquid fire down between her thighs, making her hotter and wetter by the second. Cole released his hold on her arms and turned her towards him. He wanted to taste those perfect pink nipples. Cole backed Penny up against the picture window. He dipped his head and took one perfect nipple in his mouth.
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