#MySexySaturday is back! Yay! This week’s theme is New Year and its resolution, and I guess new starts in general, so the excerpt I chose talks about the new start. What could be best that a marriage proposal, uh? The excerpt is from Jeremy, book 5 in the Whitedell Pride Series, out on February 1 on Extasy Books. I know the excerpt is 8 paragraphs long (sorry about that 🙂 ) and leaves the answer to THE question out, but you’ll have to read the book to find out how Jeremy answers, right? *evil laugh*
Jeremy wound his arms around Denver, holding him close and breathing his mate’s scent in. Denver was a little heavy, but it felt so good that Jeremy didn’t care if he lost a bit of oxygen.
He felt Denver’s teeth pulling out of his skin and his mate’s raspy tongue cleaning and sealing the bite, making him shiver and his cock jerk. Then Denver moved, but he didn’t go far. He grabbed Jeremy around the waist and sat down on the chair, pulling Jeremy on his lap.
Jeremy knew he was making a mess, he could feel Denver’s cum dripping out of him, but since Denver seemed okay with it, he would worry later. Right now he wanted to soak in this moment. Denver’s hand was making soothing circles on his back while the other one was holding him close. He stroked Denver’s short hair, then down his mate’s neck.
“Will you marry me?”
Jeremy froze. He couldn’t have heard that right. Yeah, he probably had heard it wrong. It was possible since his mate currently had his face tucked close into Jeremy’s neck, and his voice had been muffled. Jeremy squirmed, trying to put a little space between them so that he could hear it better. “Umm, I don’t think I heard you right.”
Denver chuckled, his chest rumbling under Jeremy’s hands. “You heard right. I asked you to marry me.” Denver moved until they were looking into each other’s eyes. “I know that we’re already mated, but I want everyone to know you belong to me, not only the shifters. I know Andrew told us it would be good for Adam’s situation, and even if that’s not a problem anymore, it got me thinking. I know it’s important for you, so yeah, marry me.”
Jeremy didn’t know what to say. The man in front of him was his future, and he didn’t need a piece of paper or even a ring to know that. “You know it’s not even legal in Wyoming, right?”
“I don’t care. We can ask Dominic to perform the ceremony, and we’ll both have rings. I know your previous marriage wasn’t good, so let me show you it can be good.”
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