“‘Of course’, she says. Katiya, you
are an amazing woman.” He lowered his head and kissed her.
moaned into his mouth. His tongue swept into her mouth, finding all
the sensitive spots, and her pussy creamed. The uneasy feeling she’d
had that he would view her differently as she’d told him about
Darren faded under his sensual mastery. She moved closer to him,
twisting in his lap to straddle him. She growled in frustration.
With one hand, she fought to free the skirt of her dress from
beneath her. Finally tugging it loose, she lifted it out of the way.
His hard shaft rested where she was aching. Gasping, she undulated
against his erection. Warwick grunted and countered her motion. He
gripped her hips, stilling her movements. He released her from his
kiss, and she whimpered with frustration.
“Shhh…give me a moment. We can’t do this here. Unless we want to
give everyone more of a show than we already have.” His voice was
amused and slightly husky.
Katiya stiffened. She glanced around and groaned at the steamed
up front glass. What was I thinking? Although McKingly is a
good-sized town, you still tended to see someone you know if you
went to one of the popular local spots. And you know Capri’s one of
these sorts of places.
“Don’t make me have to arrest you, Katiya and Warwick.”
Closing her eyes, she groaned again, resting her head against
Warwick’s chest. “Please tell me he’s not here.”
“I wish I could,” Warwick said. “Hello, Kai.”
“Night, Warwick. Katiya.” Kai Carney’s voice was a little too
Katiya raised her head, glaring at him. He stood by the driver’s
“You better not tell Leo.”
“Now, Kat—you want me to lie to my boss? I can’t do that.” Kai
put his hand over his badge on his chest.
He blinked his blond lashes exaggeratedly. Katiya knew it was
useless to try to stop him. She figured sometime in the next few
minutes, Leonardo—her brother and the sheriff—would know about her
date with Warwick and that they’d been necking at Capri’s. Before
the night was done, all the family that still lived in town would
know. Those who didn’t live there would probably get an email
informing them. She estimated everyone in her family would know
within a matter of hours—a day at the most. It was the bane of
having a large close-knit family. Raising her chin, she slid off
Warwick’s lap. He shifted to his own seat. Kai leaned in the car
window, watching their every move. Warwick started the truck.
“Now don’t make me have to look for you at Lovers’ Peak.” Kai
strolled away, his laughter trailing behind him.
“I am so never going to live that down,” Katiya said.
“You and me both. Wait until Calix hears about it,” Warwick said.
She glanced at him.
“Kai and Calix are close friends.” Warwick looked at her then
kissed her softly. “All the ribbing I’ll get is so worth it.”
She cupped his cheek. “Yes it is.”