Blurb for CEO’s Widow
After surviving the grief from her husband’s death, Marianne Clark has built a new life with the help of the other Executive Wives. She plans to enjoy grandchildren and friends until her doctor tells her he found a lump in her breast. Her world turned upside down. She re-evaluates her priorities and decides she grab hold of life with both hands.
Knox Turner lost is first wife to cancer. He’s determined not to let Marianne face this challenge alone.
Can this couple face the trials ahead and build a future together?
She spun in the circle of his arms, her hands landing on the lapel of his suit jacket. “Knox, you should have called before—”
He didn’t care about would’ve, should’ve, could’ves. He required considerably more than any of those words could describe. Instead, he dove for her mouth, covering hers with his and sampled the sweet flavor of her lips. Impatient for more, he plummeted deeper, thrusting his tongue inside to experience the moist heat. Strung out with thoughts of her for most of the night, he ached for a closer connection.
With a deep moan from her, he shifted, giving her enough room to slide her arms around his neck. He clasped his hands upon her ass and drew her up onto her toes. The apex of her legs rested against his inflamed erection.
A gasp erupted from her lips. She turned her head and broke away from his kiss. “God, Knox, I’m not thinking clearly this morning. I’ve had little to no sleep, and I’m still buzzed from the drinks last night. Then you show up...”
He loved how she thought he might be willing to debate the point and back off, thereby giving her space to catch her breath and build up her defense. Not the case, he’d realized the moment he’d caught a glimpse of her by the front door in her fuzzy, pink robe the battle was finished before it even began. She belonged to him, had for months now, her surrender inevitability from the start. He wanted her. She wanted him.
Nipping at the side of her neck, he whispered, “Honey, how much longer are you planning on making me wait?”
She shrugged and shifted her head to avoid his kisses. “I decided last night to take you up on your offer to go away for the weekend. That is, if you still intend to go?”
Raising his gaze, he met hers and lifted an inquiring brow, uncertain if he’d heard her correctly. “This weekend, as in two days from now?”
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