Taking Chances Page-32

Taking Chances

The davis twins series

Chapter 7 I awoke to the delectable smell of sizzling bacon. “Could you be any more perfect?” I asked as I devoured the sight of him working in the kitchen. I watched the muscles in his bare back flex as he turned the bacon. Clad only in perfect fitting jeans, he looked completely at ease in the kitchen. When he turned to hand me a mug of English Breakfast tea, he asked, “Cream and sugar, right?” I could see by the color of it that he had already added the ingredients, and I was beyond touched that he had remembered. “I hope you don’t mind that I borrowed a shirt,” I said, indicating the long, navy blue tee shirt that I was wearing. “Looks way better on you than it ever did on me.” He smiled. “Mind buttering that toast? Then we can head outside to eat. It’s a beautiful morning.” He was right, the sun was glistening on the water and the air was fresh and clear. We ate in companionable silence, and I kept finding myself gazing at him. He was so handsome it almost hurt my eyes. When he tossed his last bite of bacon to Buddy, then flashed a smile at me, an idea popped into my head. It was still early and this place was secluded, other than the lake. I did a quick scan and didn’t see any boats or other signs of life, so I walked over and stood directly in front of Seth’s chair. He sat forward to press his cheek against my belly in a warm hug. His hands slid under the long tee shirt, and he quickly discovered that I hadn’t bothered with panties this morning. “You’re going to be the death of me, woman,” he groaned, but he looked up at me with a huge smile. “Third time is the charm, right?” I asked as I climbed onto his chair, straddling him. I pulled the shirt over my head and enjoyed the look of pure desire that washed over him as he gazed at me, fully nude, in the