Your long, shiny hair, healthy skin, and bright eyes show that youre well-nourished. Uh, thank you? Youre clearly intelligent. Then he felt the need to add, For a human. But Eric was probably most attracted to your waist-to-hip ratio.
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She glanced out the spaceport window to the ship that would jettison Aelyx back to Earth—without her, this time—while she continued on to his planet. A shiver of anxiety skated down her spine. The Elders had made their demands painfully clear. Her chest tightened and heat prickled behind her eyes, but she refused to cry. Repairing the alliance between their worlds could save the human race. That trumped a broken heart. She summoned a smile and met his silvery gaze. Communicating with her mind was more grueling than advanced trig.
Aelyx used his thumbs to lightly brush her temples, helping her relax and reminding her to clear her thoughts. That was the hardest part—banishing her inner voice. He felt it—his expression left no doubt. He closed his eyes for a moment as if to savor the sensation, then locked gazes with her. That was amazing, he communicated. Aelyx tapped her forehead. Ask me the right way. From up here. Cara heaved a sigh and restarted the process of clearing her mind.
But nothing happened. Try again, he encouraged. She did—three more times—but without success. For whatever reason, she could share her emotions with Aelyx but never her words. He caressed her cheek. Be patient and keep practicing. She should teach you to block your thoughts as well as share them. They shared a desperate glance before he pulled her mouth hard against his. The signature tingles only he could summon danced across her chest. Cara crushed their bodies together, clinging to his broad shoulders like she could stop him from leaving if she got close enough.
Just as she captured his lower lip between her teeth, he groaned and broke away. His wristband buzzed again, a final warning before it would heat against his skin and cause him physical pain. She pushed his chest, refusing to break down. Before it burns you.
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She glanced out the spaceport window to the ship that would jettison Aelyx back to Earth—without her, this time—while she continued on to his planet. A shiver of anxiety skated down her spine. The Elders had made their demands painfully clear. Her chest tightened and heat prickled behind her eyes, but she refused to cry.
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