I guess I’m still feeling generous with the excerpts. I hope you’re enjoying them. ~GD
“So, you’re the sexy little siren that everyone is trying to slice?” he asked, in a slow, deep, seductive drawl.
The sexy voice seemed out of place in the celebrity filled climate. It didn’t sound phony or rehearsed like all the rest, and It caused an instant spike in her curiosity. It was a welcomed break. When she spun around to see who it belonged to, she found herself gazing up at this tall, brawn, delicious, dark-skinned, morsel of masculinity. He was wearing a tailored suit that looked as if it was hugging every muscle on his body.
She slowly lowered her head, so she could purposely realign her eyes and give him subtle sexiness in a flirtatious glance. Meeting the handsome stranger suddenly made attending the industry event worth wild. The possibility of a romantic evening filled with steamy hot intimacy had pushed all prior frustrations to the rear. How could anyone stay in a funky mood after meeting somebody so fine? There’s no better release for stress than sex.
“Nobody gets a slice unless I give them permission,” she told him, licking both her lips afterwards.
“Oh, is that so?” he smirked, as he inspected her head to toe with only his eyes.
Those calculated moves he made added mystery to the brass persona he arrogantly flaunted, and even though she could sense that slight hint of danger, she chose to ignore it. Protective whispers from deep within her intuition, strongly suggested that she not move beyond the safety of introduction but, rather than listen, she continued her descent into uncharted territory.
“So, what is your title, and which record label are you rolling with?” she inquired, deliberately, changing the subject. She needed to know a little more about him before she pulled down the panties.
As soon as she asked the question his whole demure changed, and she clearly saw how uncomfortable it had made him. Why, she did not know, but she was definitely going to ask.
“Questions. You do realize that you might actually hear something that isn’t meant for you to hear. Why don’t you ask a more simple one; for example, something like what’s your name?” he suggested, in a more serious tone.
She shot him the evil-eye with a skeptical glance, and said,”Well, I suppose I could do that, but why did that question bother you so much? I don’t see what the big deal is. I mean really. Okay, what is your name?” she asked in a mocking tone.
He shook his head in amusement. For being such a big star, she was very down-to-earth. She was also naturally beautiful. The only make up she had on was, a light red shade of lipstick. Some women didn’t need any make up to enhance there beauty, and she was certainly one of them.
He made a conscious decision not to disclose what his real occupation was, because he wasn’t quite sure if she was in the life. His identity was widely known throughout the entertainment industry. Everyone on the drug circuit knew him by his first name. Nobody knew his last name, and he took special precautions to make sure that no one did. In his line of work he quickly learned that, the less they knew about him the better. .
“Felix. The name is Felix and, since I already know who you are, let’s get straight to the point. I’d like to take you out to dinner, and the only answer I’ll accept is yes,” he said, with bold confidence.
“You are certainly sure of yourself, aren’t you, Felix? You know, It seems you asked and answered at the same time. It sounds like I wasn’t given a choice. Now what have you got to say for yourself?” she inquired, flirtatiously.
“Oh, pardon me. I didn’t mean any harm, Ms, Starr. I really am a true gentleman. I’d be honored if you’d give me the opportunity to prove it to you,” he said, in more of gentle tone.
“Well, let me think about it for a second. Now, I should turn you down for coming at me the wrong way at first, but you did make up for it when you did it the second time; however, you made me a tad uncomfortable they way reacted to a basic question. That tells me I definitely need to proceed with caution dealing with you, Felix,” she said, following his eyes as he acknowledged quite a few people in passing.
If he wasn’t in the business, how come he knew so many people?
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