Monday, April 22, 2013

Sexy Snippets: Trying to Score by Toni Aleo


Tuesdays have never been so sexy!
Sexy Snippets is a weekly feature hosted by Reading Between the Wines for the 18+ crowd. To join in just grab the button, post a sexy paragraph or two from your current read and share the author & title so other participants can add the book to their TBR list if they like. Then add your post to the linky below so everyone can follow along. Have a sexy good time!

Trying to Score (Assassins, #2)
...Lucas caught her as she was coming around the car, pushed her against the hood of the car, and lifted her dress, cupping her aching mound. Dancing with him was magical and erotic all in one. She loved every minute of it, but she was pretty sure that she was going to love even more what he was about to do to her against the car. Lucas's fingers danced along her thighs before pulling her panties aside and dipping two fingers inside of her. He hit her clit first, causing her to gasp out into the ocean air. His chuckles mingled with her gasp before he took her with his lips. Hi kissed her long and hard, as he moved his fingers around her aching clit. She started to move her hips, needing the release he was about to give her. When he stopped, Fallon let out a cry of distress, but then he dropped to his knees, ripped her thong off, and took her whole in his mouth. Her cries were no longer distressed. Nope, more like hot and needing...

I am loving the Assassins series so far! The heroes are beyond swoon worthy, the stories are super hot and eh, the heroines are growing on me. lol  If you love sexy sports romances, I recommend you picking this series up!


  1. I've read and loved the first in this series. Got addicted to hockey players, ever since reading Rachel Gibson's Chinook players and Jaci Burton's sport heroes.

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