“After getting him to crouch down, she delivered the same attention to his hair that he had paid hers. She had daydreamed about running her fingers through his auburn locks, so she took her time, enjoying the opportunity. It’s practical, she told herself again. We’ll both appreciate not smelling the stink of the other. But touching his shoulders had nothing to do with her sensory comfort and everything to do with her own selfish desires.”

Vivienne Savage, Red and the Wolf
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Red and the Wolf (Once Upon a Spell, #2) Red and the Wolf by Vivienne Savage
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