Attorney Caroline Ellis wants a decent orgasm or twenty. Sex has been mediocre since she and Jordan Fox split and he owes her for breaking his word and her heart. Businessman Jordan Fox wants to win back the woman he loves. He regrets not going through with that meacute;nage in college, but the idea of letting another man touch him made him run. It was the biggest mistake of his life and long past time to make it right. Secretly bisexual attorney Seth Foster has his fist wrapped around a recurrent fantasy that Jordan, his boss and best friend, is not completely hetero. Never in those wildest dreams did he imagine they could come true. Jordan's determination to get Caroline back could fulfill each of their fantasies and more.
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November 13, 2009
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Excerpt from Illegal Moves by Dalton Diaz
Caroline felt her stomach churn. Jordan wasn't answering his door. My God, had she agonized all night only to have him run away after all?
"He's in the shower."
Seth was in the doorway of the next room over, apparently having just stepped out of his own shower. And a shave, she mentally added, forcing her gaze from the towel riding low on his hips to the smooth cheeks of his handsome face. His dark hair was still damp but already styled.
Knowing what he was prepping for made her knees weak, because wow, he looked even better without clothes than she'd imagined. And she had a great imagination. His chest was broad and smooth, his arms and legs sculpted with muscle. This man took care of himself and it showed.
Focus, damn it, she mentally slapped herself. Lusting after Seth wasn't going to help her say what she had to say. To do the right thing.
He stepped back as she approached his door but not quite enough to prevent her from brushing against him as she entered his room. Seth Foster felt and smelled absolutely delicious.
Oh, man. The door closed behind her and she knew she had to get the words out quickly, or her resolve was toast. She turned to face him. "I'm here early to let Jordan off the hook."
Seth stared at her, not moving a muscle. The uncomfortable silence stretched until she couldn't take it anymore. "Seth, I--"
"Don't you dare. Shit! Don't you dare do this now," he repeated.
"I'm sorry. I didn't think I'd feel this way."
"What way?" he challenged, crossing his arms in classic defense. Oh Lord, those muscles bunched very nicely indeed.
"In love," Caroline admitted. "I still love him. I can't let us make the same mistake we made fifteen years ago."
"Did it ever occur to you that I love him too? Christ, don't do this to me! You're the one who involved me."
Oh God. No, it hadn't occurred to her that she was hurting yet another innocent party in all this. It was Grace on her doorstep all over again.
Only this time Caroline was the bitch causing the pain.
"I am sorry," she repeated, "but you have to understand that it shouldn't be my choice."
"It's not your choice. It's mine."
Caroline heard Seth's gasp mix with hers as she spun toward Jordan. Unbelievable. Of course there was a freaking connecting doorway and of course he would be standing in it, wearing damp skin and another wonderfully skimpy hotel towel across his hips.
He held up one hand, unfortunately not the one holding the towel in place, to stop her or Seth from speaking.
"I heard everything. Yes, everything," Jordan reiterated when her and Seth's eyes grew wide. "And now it's my turn to speak."
Caroline felt her world narrow, able to see Jordan and literally feel Seth in a connection she'd felt with only one other man. Jordan, when he was inside her. Now she felt as one with Seth, not moving, barely breathing, watching Jordan come farther into the room until he stood in front of the window overlooking the city.
She and Seth were reflected in the window amid the bright lights from below and she was hard-pressed to say which of their expressions held more apprehension. They'd both just made a hell of a confession.