"Jeremy and Grace met at a small café. It was close to the Eiffel Tower, and both of them admired it - Grace, from a beauty aspect; and Jeremy, from an art standpoint. Jeremy had wanted to feel the warmth that came from between her legs. He wanted to be inside of her. He put a delicate hand on her leg and slid it up, feeling the softness of her skin beneath his fingertips. He could begin to feel the warmth that radiated from under her short, white dress. He kissed her lips and, at first, she brought him into her chest and kissed him deeply. Then, she pulled away and her eyes looked down. Her soft hand held his, stopping it from venturing anymore upward... "
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Jeremy and Grace, a chance meeting in a sexy city...an undeniable attraction...and fireworks between a dancer/model and an artist!! This was a sexy short story...and I liked it A Lot...but I do not like this narrator...and I will play closer attention to what I select in the future, because this narrator is tormenting to listen to, this is my opinion...other people may love her...this is my 2nd listen with her...and I have 1 more book to listen to her in also...so I will keep an open mind...but she is just not for me...this is a great story and deserves a great narrator!
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I liked this short but not as much as others by Kathleen Hope.
Jeremy, an art student needs to draw her nude. He is intrigued by her.
Art is Jeremy’s way of expressing himself.
Grace the nude model, was also drawn to Jeremy the man who was so intent in drawing her.
A chance meeting in Paris bring these two together. Also lots of drama.. not really my cup of tea. But it worked with the story.
Again the narrator I find she drags some of the words out. That’s ok but I do speed up the narration so it sounds more like a conversation to me. :)
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