Sarah needs a little love. It’s been a long time since a man has satisfied her. She seeks out a younger man in her neighborhood who has the reputation on pleasing women and taking control. Sarah lures Chase back to her house with the simple excuse of needing a light bulb changed. But once she’s alone with Chase and she learns he’s a Dom, she begins to wonder if she’s really ready for the pleasure that he can bring. And Chase is sure she is the submissive he’s been looking for.
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Sarah paced her living room. What had she done? Did she really just walk down to the neighborhood pool and ask Chase to change a light bulb? Light bulbs that weren’t even blown. But by the way he looked at her, he had to know this wasn’t really about that.
What if he was laughing with his buddies this very moment that some old lady wanted his help with something stupid? She did not think this through. That is what happens when you haven’t had sex and you decide you want it. She wasn’t thinking straight; hormones were doing the thinking.
But Chase had looked incredibly sexy. He was shirtless and wearing navy floral trunks. His skin was a golden bronze color and almost matched his dirty blond locks. He had large brown eyes that held a seductive gaze at all times. When he’d looked her body up and down, she caught a slight bulge in his pants, which had caused a reaction in her she hadn’t expected. It had been a long time since just a look caused her stomach to flip in anticipation. But there was no way he was attracted to her. Surely she hadn’t really seen him harden.
There was a light knock on the front door. He was here. Sarah straightened her white shorts and black tank top. Clearing her throat, she opened the door.
“Hi Chase, thanks for coming on such short notice.”
Chase stepped inside and, as he walked past her, Sarah took in his appearance. He changed into khaki cargo shorts and a wife beater shirt. His muscles were well defined and her mouth watered. She wanted to touch them so bad, to see just how hard they would feel.
Closing the door, she watched as Chase looked up at her fan. “This is the fan that needs the light changed?”
She nodded. Damn, maybe she had read his body language wrong. Perhaps he was just here to change that stupid bulb after all.
“I guess I’ll climb up here to check it out, then.”
“Thanks, I really appreciate it. I’m sure you would much rather be doing something else with your friends.”
As he climbed the ladder, he looked back at her. “It’s no problem, really. I’m always glad to help a beautiful woman.”
Did he really think she was beautiful, or was he just being nice? She was so lost in her thoughts that she didn’t notice Chase was now off the ladder and standing in front of her.
“You didn’t really ask me here for help with your lights, did you?” he asked.
She shook her head. If she had wanted to speak, there was no way she could. His stare was heavy and she wasn’t sure if he was mad or about to kiss her.
“Tell me why you asked me here.”
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