White Wedding

White Wedding

Ursula Sinclair

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PUBLISHED BY: Decadent Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-936394-05-0
PUBLICATION DATE: 2010
WORD COUNT: 42000
SEXUAL CONTENT RATING: 3 3 3
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CATEGORIES: Romantic Fiction, Contemporary, Erotica, Interracial
KEYWORDS: Contemporary, Interracial, Erotica, Ursula Sinclair, LaVerne Thompson, Decadent Publishing
 

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COPYRIGHT Ursula Sinclair/2010

Ross broke a few traffic laws getting to Shanna’s salon. The salon was part of a popular mall, but had its own exterior entrance. It was still a few hours before the mall would close so most of the parking spots were taken. He’d spotted the awning sign for the salon entrance, pulled up as close to it as he could get, and made his way to the glass doors proclaiming Stiles Salon. He pulled the handle and looked into the interior, but it was locked. The dimmed lights indicated the place might be closed, and he couldn’t see anyone, but he knew Shanna was expecting him. He rang the bell.


In moments a shadow appeared from the back of the place. It grew into a shape he was extremely intimate with. As she approached, a light came on inside near the door, illuminating her face. His heart seemed to want to leap out of his chest; he’d almost forgotten how beautiful she was. Of its own accord his hand raised, as if to touch her, but the glass door stood between them. She moved to the side and touched something along the wall, probably the control panel for the alarm system. The sound of a soft beep broke the silence, just before she opened the door for him to enter.


She stepped back. “Thank you for coming so quickly.”


This close he could see the lines of stress and shadows around her eyes. In some ways they mirrored his own. He wondered if the reason for the shadows being there was the same as his. God, how he’d missed her. Without her at his side, the nights were worse. Maybe he was being delusional, and the reasons for her obvious stress had more to do with her needing his security services, as opposed to needing him. He was so screwed up, and this was probably just a hire. Either way, she had reached out to him and he could see her again.

 
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