“How dare you welcome yourself to my bed as if I were some strumpet to be fondled in sleep?” “Your bed?” he growled low, the noise rumbling through his chest. “You invade my lodge and my bed, then have the sheer cheek to pull a knife on me?” “Do you often crawl into bed with strangers?” “When I’m tired and want my bed, yes,” he snapped back. When”

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Goldilocks and the Bear (Once Upon a Spell, #3) Goldilocks and the Bear by Vivienne Savage
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