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  • He lowered his mouth to hers in another bone-melting kiss.

    Earl of Durkness

  • Marisela freed herself from his bone-melting embrace and placed her palm squarely on the center of his chest.

    Dirty Little Lies

  • Steeling herself against that bone-melting smile, she turned and began walking across the garage with long, determined strides, heels tapping on the concrete floor.

    Magnolia Moon

  • I want to make sure you stay alive long enough to experience my world-class, mind-blowing, bone-melting lovemaking.

    Magnolia Moon

  • Instead of pain, though, there was only a deep, bone-melting peace.

    Slightly Married

  • Shelley literally felt her stomach drop away with bone-melting excitement and she might have been tempted to beg him to make love to her there and then if Carlota had not burst in excitedly to tell them that everyone was waiting to wave them off.

    Passionate Relationship

  • "Well, Miss, they do say he makes his money at bone-melting; but he's awful proud for all that -- awful proud he is --"

    God's Good Man

  • And Sir Morton Pippitt, -- a rich colonial, whose forebears were entirely undistinguished, but who had made a large fortune by a bone-melting business, which converted the hoofs, horns and (considering that some years ago it had been a mere roofless ruin, and that the people had been compelled to walk or drive to Riversford in order to attend church at all on Sundays) Sir

    God's Good Man

  • "Good-morning, Mr. Walden!" then shouted the knight of bone-melting prowess; "Much obliged to you, I'm sure!"

    God's Good Man

  • That bone-melting kiss out in his truck had proved what she’d already suspected.

    The Maverick

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