All Expenses Paid [Postcards From Paradise]
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by Heidi Champa
Category: Erotica/Gay-Lesbian Erotica/Gay Fiction
Description: Davis Harper's life isn't going according to plan. He hates his job and his boss. And, to make matters worse, his long-term relationship with his boyfriend, George, isn't what it used to be. One day, desperate for something to change, he enters a contest to win a three-week trip to Australia, all expenses paid. Despite the impossible odds of winning, Davis feels hopeful for the first time in months.
Actually winning the trip was the last thing Davis ever expected, but when the phone call from Down Under comes with the good news, not everyone is so thrilled. Not willing to pass up a golden opportunity, Davis leaves behind George and his lousy job, intent on getting on with his life and having fun for a change.
And he certainly doesn't plan on falling in love...until he meets Judd...
Genres: Gay / Contemporary / Series
eBook Publisher: Amber Quill Press, 2010
eBookwise Release Date: January 2012
3 Reader Ratings:
Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [145 KB]
Reading time: 94-132 min.
He held up his hand ... the moisture had made his fingertips wrinkly. I felt the water move around me as he inched closer. My breathing got heavy. I couldn't speak, so Judd kept going.
"You don't really want to leave, do you, Davis?"
"No, but I'm afraid if I don't, I'll do something stupid again, like I did the other night in Sydney. You must've thought I was a real idiot."
He moved closer still, and now my heart was going fast enough to explode.
"Davis, I walked away that night because I don't fool around with guys who have boyfriends. But that's the only reason."
"Oh. Good to know."
"So, you see, now I know the truth, you're free to be as stupid as you want."
"Luckily, that kind of thing comes naturally to me."
"So I've noticed."
He smiled, putting his hands on my hips, the inches between us gone in a second. This time, Judd leaned in, and I didn't move away. When his lips touched mine, I clutched his shoulders, my mind completely scrambled. Judd moved a hand up my back until his fingers were twined in my hair. When his tongue moved into my mouth, I felt my knees go a bit weak. I hadn't kissed anyone but George in years. It felt foreign, but amazing. I thought I'd never experience the rush of a first kiss again. Thank God, I was wrong. This was what I had wanted to do from the first time I'd seen Judd. Now that it was happening, I was a bit panicked. It just felt too damn good.