“How in the world had she gazed upon the man and maintained a straight face while holding him at knifepoint? He’d been the finest example of masculinity, with such broad shoulders and biceps thicker than her thighs. Soft golden hairs had dusted his chest, and she’d ached to touch it and drag her fingers through them. Above all of that, she’d been more taken by his eyes. They”

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