“What’s romantic, then? How would you seduce me?”
“Pfft. That’s the easiest thing to do on the planet. It’s not even a challenge.”
“Really? Then tell me. What would you do?”
“Mmm . . . let’s see. I could brush my teeth, or my hair for that matter. Both of those have turned you on before. Washing dishes always seems to do it for you, too. Oh, and of course there’s sweeping, vacuuming, and any time that I need to change my clothes. And—,”
“Okay, okay. I get it. I’m a horny bastard.” He was grinning from ear to ear.
“I wouldn’t exactly use the term bastard. Maybe a sexual zealot.”
Laughter burst from him, and he scooped me up in his arms and headed for the front door, continuing to chuckle the entire way.
“What are you doing?” I asked, unable to keep the smile off my face.
“Carrying you off to bed with sexual zeal,” he replied. “Is that okay with you?”
“I see I can add talking to the list of things that turn you on.”
He laughed again, kicking the door shut behind us as we entered the house. “Yes, you can. Face it, Goody. Everything about you turns me on. You’re just gonna have to learn to live with it.”
About the Author
Lacey Weatherford was born in Ft. Meade, Maryland while her father was serving in the military. She has been a lifelong resident of Arizona, spending most of her time growing up in the small rural town of Clay Springs.
It was while she was attending the small country school in Clay Springs, that she read her first "big" book at the age of eight. It was a Nancy Drew novel and Lacey was instantly hooked. She read every book that she could find in the series and decided that she wanted to write stories too.
Lacey spent a lot of time at the library from that time forward, even volunteering in her later teen years and early twenties. She would don a crazy clown outfit for the Friends of the Library fundraisers in an effort to help get the new town library built.
When she and her husband moved away from the area, Lacey took the opportunity to take some creative writing classes at the local college to help further along her interests. Several years later, they were blessed with the opportunity to move back to Clay Springs with their family. The town had finally succeeded in building their library and Lacey had the opportunity to be President of the Friends of the Library, for a very short time, before relocating.
Lacey and her family still live in the White Mountains of Arizona, where she continues to write young adult novels that have a fantasy/fairytale or paranormal bent to them, as well as being sure to include a great romantic storyline!
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