Suddenly Last Summer… a sneaky extract!

Suddenly Last Summer… a sneaky extract!

Suddenly Last Summer, the brand new summer read from bestseller Sarah Morgan is on sale now. Following the story of Sean O’Neil and chef extraordinaire, Elise Philippe, Suddenly Last Summer is a rollercoaster ride through the ups and downs of Snow Crystal resort.

We’re loving Suddenly Last Summer here at Paradise Heights, and so we thought we’d treat you to a breathtaking extract to whet your appetite and brighten up your week. PLUS, don’t forget to buy your copy here!

He slid his hand behind her head and brought his mouth down on hers in a hard, demanding kiss that stirred up a raw hunger. A kaleidoscope of emotions ripped through him but the prime one was need. It spread through him, not slowly, but like wildfire burning everything in sight. Gripped by it, Sean powered her back against the railing and trapped her there.

Last time, she’d started it.

Now it was his turn.

He felt the softness of her body pressing through the thin fabric of his shirt, the erotic slide of her tongue against his, and desire escalated to a dangerous blaze. Her arms went around his neck and she purred deep in her throat like a thoroughly contented kitten.

His brain blurred.

No other woman had made him feel like this. No other woman had stirred this intense, desperate hunger that wiped all thoughts from his head.

Maybe it was because she didn’t want anything from him but this and knowing that meant he could relax and give in to it.

Rock-hard, he felt her tug his shirt out of his trousers and slide her hands over his skin, greedy to touch him. And he was equally greedy to touch her. His fingers were on her buttons, loosening them, giving him access to the smooth creamy skin revealed by the lace of her bra.

His body craved hers. It was a visceral, physical need that drove all thought from his brain.

And then she stilled, placed her hands on his chest and drew her mouth away from his.

Sensing the change in her he stopped himself from dragging her back. “What’s wrong?”