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Gift Wrapped

Gift Wrapped
By Eve Francis

ISBN: 9781611526868


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GENRE: Lesbian BDSM Erotic Romance
LENGTH: 7,361 words
RATING: flame rating 4

Jenny and her partner Norah have been together for over two years. On the surface, they have what looks to be the perfect arrangement. Jenny is a biology professor at the local university, while Norah still lives off her trust fund from her famous father and pens a popular blog. But the holiday season always manages to stress both women out.

When Jenny can't find the one gift she wanted for Norah, she finds her resolve and holiday spirit cracking. This was supposed to be a special Christmas for both of them in a new place with a new outlook on their lives together. Luckily, though, Norah has already planned ahead. Sensing Jenny's dilemma, Norah has prepared the perfect gift for Jenny to unwrap -- and then rewrap -- for the holiday season: herself.

Note: may contain sexually explicit scenes of a homoerotic nature.

    Jenny climbed the stairs, taking the two by two, calling out Norah’s name every so often. It was odd for her not to respond. By the time Jenny got to their shared room, she could hear the soft muffles of laughter between breaths.

    “Norah? What are you ...?”

    Jenny opened the door. She found her girlfriend under the covers of their bed, half-naked. Norah’s long dark hair was over her shoulders, covering her bare breasts and stopping a few inches above her navel. Her blue eyes were narrowed, a playful smile on her face.

    “Took you long enough to find me. I was worried that you would wrap your presents and then look for me.”

    Jenny leaned against the door, a smile on her face. “And would that have been so bad?”

    “Yes,” Norah said, playful jest to her voice. “It’s cold and I’m not dressed for the weather. I would have had to walk all the way down stairs to get you.”

    Jenny watched as Norah climbed forward on the bed, her back arched and hair falling away from her chest. Her large breasts moved as she crawled towards Jenny, who still remained at the doorway.

    “Is there a special occasion I’m unaware of?” Jenny asked. She kicked the door closed with the back of her leg and then went to sit on the edge of the bed. “Any particular reason you’re tempting me like this?”

    Norah laughed as Jenny curled up beside her.

    “It’s Christmas,” Norah finally answered. She placed her head on Jenny’s lap and looked up at her with a smile.

    “Don’t remind me.”

    “I know it’s tough. That’s why I’m here. I could tell the shopping adventure you had was less than fun.”

    Jenny furrowed her thin eyebrows. “How could you tell that? We were texting.”

    “Yes, and you gave away yourself more with your words than you would believe.”

    Jenny sighed. She supposed that was true. Norah did always seem to know when the ‘I’m fine’ turned into something that wasn’t fine at all.

    “Do you want to talk about it, dear?”

    “No, not really.”

    “Does that mean it’s a present for me you couldn’t get?”

    Jenny bit back a smile.

    “Excellent. I thought it was!” Norah placed her elbows on Jenny’s lap and moved her lips towards hers. “Don’t worry about it, Jenny. I know that whatever you get me, I’ll love.”

    Jenny sighed. She kissed Norah again, almost chastely, on the lips. “Maybe. But it’s still annoying.”

    “I know, I know. Christmas is hard.”

    “All this coming from someone who really only just started celebrating it?”

    “Hey now,” Norah teased. “I had friends who celebrated it growing up. I know the drag it can be.”

    “Okay, I’m sorry.” Jenny sighed and began to rub her temples. She collapsed over dramatically on the bed, still fully clothed. She didn’t argue when Norah moved over her body and straddled her.

    “You know what I think you need?”

    “A good nap and a good drink? Oh, and someone else to mark the exams my students just turned in.”

    Norah grinned. “I think you need some good stress relief.”

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This book was published on December 14, 2014.