Mated on the Speedboat (Paradise Island Series #2)

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An Alpha Billionaire With A Werewolf Secret

WARNING: This book has several moments that are sizzlin' hot, so it's highly recommended that you dress in appropriate clothing and crack a window before reading!

This book is Part 2 of the "The Billionaire Wolf Paradise" series, so make sure you start with Part 1 to so you don't miss any of the excitement.

Lee's hands gripped her hips and she heard a low growl starting in his throat. That growl was becoming familiar and she knew the wolf inside him wanted to get loose. She shook her head at him and flicked one more lick across his neck. He made a gorgeous wolf, but it was not his fur she was interested in right at that moment.
"Not now," she purred, "I need you to stay human for me."
She gasped as Lee increased the pressure on her hips and pulled her down hard on his lap, tilting his pelvis up to meet hers. She felt his hardness nudging into her hot, wet core and wriggled her hips against it, luxuriating in the friction the movement caused.
"For how long?" he asked through teeth gritted with desire and concentration.
Jane rocked her hips against him again and kissed him, sinking her teeth lightly into his bottom lip.
"Keep the wolf inside you long enough that I can have you inside me."
Lee groaned and tilted his mouth to capture hers again, kissing her deeply as Jane reached down to release the button of his pants and ease the zipper down. She felt him lift his hips so that she could slide his pants down over his thighs. He shook his legs until the pants fell to his ankles, then kicked them aside.
"We're out in the middle of the water," Jane said through slightly labored breath.
Lee nodded, tucking his hands under her skirt so that he pushed it further up her thighs with his arms.
"I know. In my private lagoon. Nobody can see us here. Nobody can hear us."
Jane moaned softly and allowed him to pull her dress up her body and over her head. The early morning air was cooler and made her shiver slightly as it brushed against her skin.

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