Thomas wondered how they felt like. As smooth as her arm? As soft?
He had got to marry Victoria soon. Then he could enjoy the joy of sex. No, not sex. Lovemaking.
Victoria rested her lower arm on his thigh, sending more blood inside his uncomfortable manhood. He did not dare to move. A slight movement would make her arm touch his hardness, and he did not want Victoria to think that he was like the other guys.
He liked her a lot. He believed he had fallen in love with her.
Ever since she had joined the company three years ago, he had decided he would marry no one else. Even after he had overheard from female colleagues that she already had a boyfriend, he remained unfazed. He had heard of the dissatisfaction she had over her boyfriend who hardly paid any attention to her. He had secretly wished she would leave her boyfriend who neglected her.
So he had waited.
He had never felt so attracted to someone so beautiful. He had hoped for the day to arrive. And when that day arrived last week, he was overjoyed.
At last, Victoria had left her insensitive boyfriend.
Now, with Victoria resting her head against his, he had to somehow tie her up so that no other men had a chance.
And marriage would be the answer. They had only met twice. It was way too early to discuss marriage. Way, way too early.
Her touch was electrifying. Twice, she had moved her arm and had touched his hardness, which was already aching hopelessly.
Maybe he should ignore his mother’s advice. His mother would never know if he had sex before marriage.
(Fatal Seductions 4 is now available at bookstores in Singapore)