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Other than that, there was no sound beyond their breathing and the rasp of annoying clothing. The kiss changed. Miranda's lips parted, her tongue teased his, and she reclined on the couch, drawing him down to lie atop her. She wrapped her legs around his hips, and only the soft rasp of denim—his and hers—kept him from making love to her here and now. Her arms draped around his neck and she held onto him as they kissed. He was hard; she was ready; this was right. She rocked against him, in a subtle, almost unconscious way, inviting more, asking for everything.
Why would I be annoyed? I should be very happy, in fact. After all, I'm just a friend from Dallas stopping by for, what, a little recreational sex? At least, I assume that's the cover story. " So, that was it. Surely he understood why she'd been forced to lie. " Miranda snapped. " "It's called the truth," he said sharply. She supposed it might look pretty bad, when examined under a certain light. "I can't let word get out that I hired a psychic. Everyone in town already thinks I'm half-nuts, and if they know you're here… " "As soon as Lara gets here, I'll be gone," he said.
The dreams, the kiss… the past lives of which she was blessedly unaware… All along John had believed that he was channeling BJ Oliver in his dreams and visions, but apparently it was more than that. He had been BJ Oliver, Vera's Johnny, the lover who had killed her and then himself when she'd refused to leave her husband for an uncertain life with him. html It was more than that, he knew that now. They had been re-creating this same scenario, in one form or another, for hundreds of years. Every time he and Miranda came close to happiness, every time they reached for what they wanted and deserved… their lives ended violently.