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Male Order Bride, Too by Taryn Williams – Chapter Nine – The End

Chapter Nine “Are you all right?” he asked, pressing his lips to her temple as he cuddled her—almost forcibly—to him. For some reason, she seemed to need to move—perhaps because of the submissive, confining rule he had imposed on her while they had made love. He didn’t know. Garrett just knew that he’d spent entirely […]

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Male Order Bride, Too by Taryn Williams – Chapter Eight

Chapter Eight “What did I say I would do if I found you on the roof again, little girl?” The raspy, unapologetically dominant question drifted inexorably into her ears. She’d recognize that voice anywhere—it haunted her dreams every night and had immediately—despite his absence—caused her entire body to clench tightly as if around his proud, […]

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Male Order Bride, Too by Taryn Williams – Chapter Seven

Chapter Seven Garrett was humming as he bent over the somewhat dilapidated radiator in cabin one. He was dirty and sweaty and exhausted, but he didn’t care one whit, because everything was coming up roses, as far as he was concerned. He could sense that things had changed between himself and the object of his […]

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Male Order Bride, Too by Taryn Williams – Chapter Six

Chapter Six Walking away from that door—and staying away from her that night—was one of the hardest things he’d ever done in his life, especially since his bedroom was essentially directly over hers and he could hear her soft sobbing—that he knew she was doing her best to hide from him. Garrett spent the night […]

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Male Order Bride, Too by Taryn Williams – Chapter Five

Chapter Five And the awful truth of those last thoughts before sleep overtook him was borne out the next morning. Garrett awoke at five to go on his usual run, which was normally about an hour or so before she got up, stretching luxuriously—a bit lame in all the right places and perfectly willing to […]

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Male Order Bride, Too by Taryn Williams – Chapter Four

Chapter Four Garret pulled back a bit, nuzzling her lips, his body not wanting him to question his good fortune but to grab it—and her—with both hands and just see where he might be able to guide them to. But his mind was warning him that he’d better make sure this was what she wanted […]

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Male Order Bride, Too by Taryn Williams – Chapter Three

Chapter Three As it turned out, it didn’t take her long to realize just how lucky she’d been to find him. He was nearly as tireless as she was, and that was saying something. Garrett was up before she was every morning, getting up early to take a run—which earned him no small amount of […]

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Male Order Bride, Too by Taryn Williams – Chapter Two

Chapter Two After they’d returned to the office, they encountered Tink, who was perched on a stool behind the check-in desk. “So? How’d it go?” “He’s hired,” Dina answered, almost reluctantly. “But he’s on probation.” The younger woman squeed loudly, clapping her hands and jumping up and down, then hugging Garrett gleefully. “You must’ve worked […]

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Male Order Bride, Too by Taryn Williams – Chapter One

Chapter One “I’m sorry—we’re not open yet, but can I help you, sir?” She would have to meet a gorgeous specimen of masculinity when she looked as if she’d just crawled out of a sewer, but trying to get this place ready for the influx of the unwashed masses that would arrive on Memorial Day […]

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