The quote was from Shelly Laurenston's novella. Lord but I love her shifters. Especially when they get naughty and humor is brought in. Such a slip of the tongue!
"Have you been thinking about me this morning?"
Had she been thinking of anything else?
She nodded, not sure she should risk speaking.
"Did you touch yourself while you were? Did you make yourself come?"
"I haven't done that with my hands since I gave myself carpal tunnel a couple of years ago."
He stood there for a second, his mouth so close to her clit she thought she might burst out of her skin if he didn't touch it, or stroke it, or something. But then he started laughing. So hard, he finally laid his head on her stomach, his arms resting on the table.
Confused, she stared at him. Then her eyes widened and she said, "No, no! I got carpal tunnel from typing too much at my job!"
Kyle laughed harder. He hadn't laughed this much in a long time. And never with a female he'd been sleeping with.
"Come on, darlin'." He wiped tears from his eyes, then slipped his hands under her body and lifted her into his arms. "Let's take this to the bedroom."
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