This Would Have Been Our Song! by Danielle-Claude Ngontang Mba

THE WAIT IT IS OVER… 

 

This
Would Have Been Our Song! Catchy tunes and dancers’ tales
By Danielle-Claude Ngontang Mba
 
Series – Coulda
Woulda Shoulda Song Series – #2
Genre
Contemporary Romance
Publication Date – January 18, 2014
 
Marcus, Greg and Lucia are back in the second part of their journey to their perfect love song… will they finally find it?
Book Two:
This would have been
their perfect love song…
It has been two years since Lucia Mpobo-Riddell has
made her choice between the two men in her life. She and her beloved would have
been perfectly happy if it wasn’t for… the constant distractions from her past,
her sister Noor’s complicated life, her own doubts and fears. Maybe there
wasn’t such a thing as perfection and this was a lesson that Lucia was going to
learn the hard way.
Greg McMullen and
Marcus Grant’s lives had been affected by Lucia’s choice that day in Glasgow
two years ago. Since then one had been fighting to keep her when the other had
been relentlessly trying to get her back. It soon became apparent to them that
she wasn’t the Lucia they met and fell in love with anymore. Her life and
priorities had completely shifted. To even consider keeping her or just getting
her back, they would have to accept it or they would have to let her go. But
would they ever be able to do either?
 
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Marcus – As Doddy Grant always says,
carry on my wayward sons!
 (R rated)
I
slowly take Lucia lips before deepening the kiss… so deep I’m not even sure how
we’re breathing. But here we are in my bedroom, always in my bedroom, wrestling
each over clothes off. I’ve missed her so much; I haven’t seen her in days. I
push her on the bed but she takes me with her in her fall. “Naughty boy!
Raising your lovely hand on a 
defenseless woman…” she whispers in my ear and
licks it.
I’m melting and getting so
hard at the same time. I didn’t even know it was possible. “Temptress, you’re a
lot of thing but you’re never 
defenseless. Right now you’re killing me,” I moan
back. I hungrily start on her perfect luscious breasts before taking care of
the rest of her. Her hands are scratching my back when they’re not pulling my
hair. “I love you so much,” I let out against her mouth and she locks her legs
around me.
“You’re all talk, talk, talk…
Prove it, Mercutio,” she grins back looking straight into my eyes. She
masterfully wiggles and somehow I’m inside her, “That’s better.”
“Luce, are you for real,” I
moan and start moving.
“You…tell…me,” she
groans.  We move faster, deeper, in pure
ecstasy but Temptress has decided to test my endurance.
“Luce, please,” I beg, sweat
dripping from my forehead.
“It’s completely up to you,”
she laughs back. She softly, tenderly, slowly kisses me and we come together.
“I’m dreaming again, am I?” I
ask her out of breath still in my own daze.
She straddles me, her long
straightened hair covering her breasts, “What do you think?”

I’m thinking that Lucia is
wearing her hair short and curly right now. I’m thinking– “I don’t care!” I
lean up and bring her even closer. “As far as I’m concerned you’re here right
now with me.”
 
 
It’s all about the catchy tunes…

 

Book One is still…
 FREE EVERYWHERE
 
 
 




Love can be such a “coulda,
woulda, shoulda” song sometimes…
When Lucia Mpobo-Riddell met Marcus Grant they
instantly clicked. Like Fate intervened. Lucia soon discovered that it was
Betrayal instead. But now whether they liked it or not they had to work
together. But maybe things could still work out between them… All things
considered, this could have been one heck of a love song!
 
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