The Hamptons Bachelor Club #2
Teasing, Enticing, and Beguiling form the trilogy chronicling Daniel and Sabrina’s love story.
After their tumultuous beginnings, Sabrina moves in with Daniel in New York, leaving her life in San Francisco behind. But not all is rosy for the new couple, who’s barely known each other for two weeks and is having a hard time adjusting to living together.
Dark clouds appear on the horizon as an old nemesis from San Francisco causes trouble for Daniel, while Daniel’s ex-girlfriend Audrey resorts to deception to make Sabrina doubt Daniel’s love for her.
Sabrina tried to shove her carry-on bag into the overhead compartment, but even standing on her tip toes, she was a little too short. Plus, she’d packed way too much, both in the carry-on bag as well as the suitcase she’d checked in. But, in her defense, she’d had to. Her remaining belongings wouldn’t be arriving in New York for another few days, and she’d had to make sure she had enough clothes and essentials until the moving company arrived with the boxes.
And God only knew what Daniel had planned once they arrived. She hoped she had something for each eventuality. He’d mentioned social events he’d been invited to, and she wanted to make sure she had the right clothes to wear in case her boxes were delayed.
“Need some help?” Daniel’s voice was low at her ear, his breath hot on her neck.
His body pressed firmly against hers from behind, and his warmth seeped into her, scorching her as if she’d gotten too close to a fire.
His proximity, his unique scent and the heat of his body made for a tantalizing combination that aroused her. Would he always have this effect on her?
“Yes please,” she whispered as she slowly turned her head toward him, finding his lips and kissing him. She resisted the urge to moan, not wanting to cause a spectacle on the plane.
Breaking the kiss, Daniel reached up and tucked her bag into the compartment, before closing the lid.
“Have a seat,” he said to her, his eyes blazing with desire.
As she took the window seat, he sat down in the aisle seat next to her and leaned across the armrest. When he kissed her again, this time nipping at her bottom lip, she moaned softly. Would his kiss, his touch, always have so much power over her and ignite her as it did now?
God, he was a gorgeous man. She still couldn’t believe he was all hers. A little over a week ago, she’d been convinced that it was all over between them and that she would be forced to spend the rest of her life trying to forget him. She hadn’t counted on Daniel’s tenacity.
Tearing her gaze from him, she looked around the plane. She’d never flown first class before, but she knew it was a luxury she could get used to.
She leaned against the headrest and smiled. She was moving to New York to be with Daniel. A combination of excitement and nerves pooled in her belly, and she took a deep breath in an attempt to calm herself. To no avail. To say that her and Daniel’s relationship was unusual, or that their romance was a whirlwind would be the understatement of the century. She still had trouble wrapping her mind around everything that had happened between them.
One night she’d been a single attorney with a job she loved and a colleague she despised, and the next she’d been pretending to be her best friend Holly, an escort, when she met Daniel and had sex with him the very first night. Holly had begged her to substitute for an assignment for her, claiming she’d be fired if she turned down the booking. That booking had been Daniel, who’d needed a pretend girlfriend for a business function in order to ward off gold digging bachelorettes. And who better to play that role than Sabrina, the pretend escort? What happened next she would have never believed, had anybody told her, and had she not experienced it herself: she and Daniel had fallen in love under those most unlikely of circumstances.
A couple of weeks later, and here she was, moving away from San Francisco, away from her job—well, her ex-job—and away from her best friend. It was a monumental change, which was why she wouldn’t allow herself to analyze it too much. Focusing on Daniel made it all a lot less scary.
After the flight attendants finished their safety demonstration, Daniel turned to her. “Comfortable?”
“Good. I can’t wait for us to get home and start our life together.”
Home. Her home was now with Daniel and she couldn’t be more excited about it. The circumstances under which all this had been orchestrated were bizarre. Daniel had gone to the trouble of drafting a contract that essentially made her his exclusive escort. It had been his way of proving that despite the deception their relationship had been started upon, from now on, everything would be laid out in the open between them. There would be no more lies. He’d agreed to her only change in the contract: instead of accepting his wealth, she’d demanded his love and respect. The sex they’d had right after signing the contract had been amazing. Just thinking about it now made flames lick along her skin. And the thought that they’d done it on her ex-boss’s desk made her smile. She considered it a little parting gift—a gift, in truth, she’d be mortified about if he ever found out.
Everything would turn out fine, because she loved Daniel more than anything and she knew he loved her, too. The prospect of sharing a bed with him every night and waking up in his arms every morning erased all her fears. Moving to New York was the right decision.
When Daniel took her hand and pressed a kiss to her palm, she looked at him. He smiled in that special way that always made her heart flutter and her pulse race, and she couldn’t help but smile back at him. “What?”
“You’re beautiful, Sabrina.” He smiled again and brushed his lips over her knuckles. “I can’t tell you how happy I am that you’re moving to New York with me.”
She smiled warmly. “I’m happy, too.”
“Then why do you look so worried?”
Sabrina shrugged. “I’m not worried really. It’s just a little scary, moving to a new city where I don’t know anyone.”
He leaned closer to her. “You know me. Isn’t that enough? Am I not enough for you?”
“You’re more than enough.”
“Then what’s the problem?”
“Nothing.” She gave him a reassuring smile. “Everything is going to be absolutely perfect.”
Saying those words made her feel better. She simply would have to quash those little doubts that kept creeping up on her, trying to tell her that moving in with a man after knowing him for barely two weeks was crazy. Fine, it was crazy. But good crazy!
Daniel settled back in his seat, but kept his hand entwined with hers. “I can’t wait for you to meet my parents. They’re very excited to get to know you.”
Sabrina swallowed hard. Daniel had already talked to her about meeting his parents and she’d agreed, but it didn’t mean she wasn’t apprehensive about it. What if they didn’t like her? What if they thought that their son was making a hasty decision by having asked her to move in with him? That would be awful. Would Daniel rethink his decision about her if his parents didn’t approve of her? The thought was too much to bear. One way or another, she’d have to make a good impression on Daniel’s parents.
“You look worried again.”
“I am.” She met his gaze. “Meeting my boyfriend’s parents is a big deal. Wait . . . ” She felt a wicked grin spread over her face. “Should I be calling you my boyfriend? Or is client more appropriate? No, wait, I believe the contract referred to you as my employer. That’s right.” She tried to hold back a chuckle.
Daniel didn’t look amused. “You’re my girlfriend, Sabrina, and I’m your boyfriend. I won’t settle for anything less.”
“Where’s your sense of humor?”
He continued to frown. “Our relationship is nothing to joke about. And even the label of girlfriend isn’t really enough. You’re so much more to me than just a girlfriend.”
She smiled and her heart melted a little. Daniel always knew what to say to make her feel good about herself.
Shifting in her seat, she looked at him. “Seriously though, Daniel, what are we going to tell your parents when they ask us how we met?”
“We’ll tell them the truth,” he said calmly.
When she looked back at him in horror, he laughed. “That my friend Tim set us up on a blind date.”
She gave him a scolding slap on his shoulder. “I thought our relationship is nothing to joke about.”
He snatched her hand and kissed it, a twinkle in his eyes. “See, I do have a sense of humor. Of course we’ll leave out the fact that Tim lied to me about what he was doing and that I didn’t know I was being set up.”
“And the fact that I was pretending to be an escort,” she added.
There was no way she could ever tell anyone about this part of their history, especially not his parents. It was bad enough that she’d agreed to it in the first place, and she thanked her lucky stars that Daniel had still wanted her despite the fact that she’d pretended to be an escort. Most other men would have never considered her girlfriend material after that, let alone asked her to live with him.
“It will remain our secret.” He reached out and caressed her cheek with the back of his hand. “Please relax, baby. My parents are going to love you as much as I do.”
“You really think so?”
“I know so.” Daniel speared his fingers into her hair and brought her closer to him. He slanted his lips over hers and parted them with his tongue, expertly exploring her mouth as if he’d spent his entire life kissing her and only her.
Sparks ignited deep within her core, and she cursed the fact that they weren’t alone. She wanted nothing more than to rip the clothes from his body and have him make love to her. She wanted Daniel to whisper sweet words to her as he pleasured her and drove her to ecstasy. Just as he’d done during the last two weeks.
She ran her hand down his chest and stomach and grazed his crotch. She felt his cock jerk at her touch. Daniel groaned. She had to restrain herself from sliding her hand over him once more or she was going to end up giving their fellow passengers a show they would never forget.
“You’re killing me,” he whispered, giving her a look that made his desire for her crystal clear.
“You started it,” she reminded him.
“Yeah, and I plan to finish it, too.” Daniel stood and held out his hand to her. “Come.”
“What? Why? Where are we going?” she asked under her breath, darting frantic looks around her.
They were on a plane thousands of feet in the air. Where could he possibly take her? Sabrina stood and reluctantly followed him along the aisle, trying to look inconspicuous, when realization hit her.
“You can’t be serious,” she whispered.
“Oh, I’m very serious.” Daniel looked around furtively to make sure they weren’t being watched.
Then he ushered Sabrina into the tiny restroom at the front of the first class cabin, squeezed in behind her, and locked the door behind them. He pinned her against the door.
“You undo me, Sabrina.” He dragged his mouth across her jaw and down her neck. “I have no control when it comes to you.”
Sabrina moaned and reached for his shirt, fumbling with it until it was open. God, he had a muscular chest, not too beefy, but just ripped enough to make any woman weak in the knees. She appreciatively ran her hands across his chest and down his stomach until she reached the top of his pants. Tilting her head to give him better access, she undid his pants and freed his cock. He was fully erect. Sabrina wrapped her fingers around his hard-on and gave it a firm stroke, up, then down, then back up again, her palm working over the velvety-smooth head.
Daniel put both of his hands flat on the door above her head and looked down, watching as she caressed him. He sucked in a breath.
“That feels good,” he said, claiming her lips again. He left her mouth and kissed a path down her throat, stopping only once he reached the neckline of her sundress.
She arched her back, awash in sensations. “Yes,” she hissed.
Daniel continued down her body, dropping to sit on the toilet behind him. He looked up at her through thick lashes with a sexy half smile on his face as he pulled her closer, lifted her left leg and draped it over his shoulder.
Sabrina sucked in a breath and held it as Daniel lifted her dress.
“How about we get rid of these panties?”
The last time he’d made that suggestion, she hadn’t gotten them back. He had quite the collection by now.
Sabrina chuckled softly. “Am I going to get this pair back?”
He pulled them down and off her legs then shoved them into his pocket. Daniel lowered his head to her sex. His fingers parted her wet folds, before he licked over her clit then drove one finger into her. Bright flashes of white light appeared before her eyes as her hands and nails fought to grasp for support. She clutched the sink with one hand and pressed against the wall with the other.
“Oh God, oh God, oh God!” she chanted, trying to hold back the scream that was building in her.
“Shhhhh.” His breath whispered over her sensitive sex, sending an uncontrollable shiver through her body.
She loved it when Daniel licked her. He always knew exactly what she needed and how she needed it. She’d never been with a man as attuned to her body as Daniel.
Her hips moved in a steady rhythm, urging him to finger-fuck her and lick her harder, faster, deeper. She couldn’t get enough.
“You taste so good,” he said, his words vibrating against her folds.
It was too much. Though she wanted to hold on, to suspend the pleasure, she couldn’t. Her orgasm broke hard and fast. Her legs shook from the intensity.
“Yeah, that’s it, baby. Come for me, Sabrina.”
She shoved her hands into his hair and bit on her lip to stop herself from screaming his name as she rode out the waves of her orgasm.
Daniel gently put her foot back on the floor, while she fought to catch her breath. He stood, pulled her leg to his thigh, and plunged his cock into her with one thrust before she’d even had a moment to register what he was planning. Sabrina grabbed his shoulders and dug her nails into his flesh. The wall moaned against her back.
“Wrap your legs around me,” he said, and she complied. Then he turned them around and sat her on the edge of the minuscule sink.
Daniel found her lips again and kissed her in the same rhythm as his cock plunged in and out of her.
“God, I love being inside you,” he said, steadily increasing the tempo and intensity of his thrusts.
She wanted to scream her approval, but knew she couldn’t.
They were having sex in an airplane bathroom!
She’d never done anything so crazy before. Well, maybe except for that one time when they’d trespassed and she and Daniel had had sex out in the open, looking out over the San Francisco Bay and Alcatraz. Daniel had a way of making her throw all her inhibitions to the wind.
When she felt him groan and drive into her one last time, a warm spray of his semen accompanying his final thrust, her sex convulsed around his cock, joining him in his release.
Daniel dropped his forehead to hers, breathing heavily. “Are you okay?”
“Yeah.” She nodded. “Kiss me.”
His lips found hers again and he moved inside her in slow and almost lazy strokes. “God, Sabrina, I can’t get enough of you. I could stay here like this, buried inside you forever.”
“Daniel,” she murmured. “This is crazy.”
“I know.” Slowly, he pulled out of her and met her gaze. “You’re so beautiful, you know that?”
“Thank you.” She felt herself flush at his compliment. No matter how many times he told her that he found her beautiful, it always felt like the first time.
Daniel cleaned himself off and helped her do the same, then reached for his pants, pulling them up, and re-buttoning them.
Sabrina hopped off the sink and readjusted her dress. Then she held out her hand. “My panties please.”
He gave her a wicked grin as he pulled them from his pocket and put them in her hand. “I’m going to take those back as soon as we get home.”
His words dripped with promise—a promise that she intended to hold him to. She slipped her panties back on when a thought struck her. “Daniel? When we leave this bathroom . . . people are going to know what we were doing, aren’t they?”
Daniel wrapped his arms around her. “So? Personally, I want people to know you’re mine.”
How could she argue with that? Still, even though she’d just joined the mile-high-club, she didn’t want to announce it to everybody. “Daniel . . . ”
He chuckled, but his eyes shone with understanding. “Okay, if it makes you feel better, you can go out first and I’ll come out a few minutes after you.”
She opened the door a sliver and peered outside.
Sabrina took her seat without any of the first class passengers looking at her. But her heart continued to beat excitedly: she was flying to New York to move in with Daniel.
To start a new life.
An adventure lay before her, and she couldn’t wait to find out how their life together would unfold.