Piece by Piece Kelly Moore
(Broken Pieces #3)
Publication date: July 16th 2016
Genres: Adult, Romance
After losing his leg when his plane crashed during the war, Steel closed himself off from everyone. He secluded himself in his fortress and was happy being a loner until his captain from the Air Force hires him for a rescue mission of a girl Steel once loved. He left her behind for his love of planes and now she is in trouble. Will Steel risk his way of life to help her and expose his greatest fear?
Adyson was once a sweet innocent girl in love with a man who chose a different way of life. Heartbroken, she seeks out someone that is nothing like Steel. She marries a man that becomes her worst nightmare. Now being hunted in the jungles of Guatemala by drug lords, she needs a way out.
She is stunned when Steel shows up as her rescuer. Their old heat reignites for one another. His insecurities hold him back, but he craves her like no one else. Her secrets may very well kill them both. The question becomes who rescues whom?
She tilts her head at me and she is biting her adorable lip.
“You know, I see you.” She says
I’m almost afraid to ask. “What do you see?”
“You are shades of blue to me.” Her hand finds my cock. I throw my head back in pure pleasure.
“You were midnight blue when you left me years ago. You left pure sadness in your wake like a downpour.” My head pops back up to look at her. She has a tiny scowl on her brow.
“When you came charging back into my life, the air you expelled was baby blue. It was comforting. It made me feel like I was finally home.” She continues stroking me, but the scowl is gone and replaced with a light in her eyes.
“When you fucked me for the first time you were steel blue, kind of cold and rugged.” The scowl has returned. I want to say something, but nothing comes out. I’m hypnotized by her words and by the movement of her hands.
“When you were teaching me to defend myself cobalt blue was your color. Steadfast and intuitive.” She bites her lip again and her hand has a firmer grip. I grit my teeth to keep my composure.
“When you saw me weak and close to death indigo was the color you emitted. Devotion and love poured out of you.” Her shy smile has returned and her grip has lightened but is moving faster. My breathing is heavier and I’m having a hard time maintaining my control.
“And as you are lying here beneath me now you’re a sapphire.” She leans in and kisses my lips lightly. “A sapphire is made up of all the colors of blue. It is passionate and expresses love and longing.” She raises back up. She releases her grip and directs me inside her depths of warmth. She slowly starts to ride me.
“You can deny your colors, but I see them, I see you.” I feel her start to squeeze around me and a soft moan with my name in it leaves her body.
Kelly Moore was raised in Mt. Dora, Florida, a true southern girl with a sarcastic wit. Gypsy traveling nurse by day and romantic author by night. Loves all things romantic with a little spice and humor. Loves two characters who over comes their pasts to fall in love and have a happy ending. Wife, mother, grandmother and dog lover. Travels the US in a fifth wheel making memories and making friends.