breath-stealing love

breath-stealing

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  • Punched him with a breath-stealing whiplash that had tears collecting in the corners of his eyes.

    Earl of Durkness

  • She barely had time to lower her foot back to the floor before Epstein came at her with a breath-stealing flurry of precise and deadly blows.

    Etched in Bone

  • Behind him, flames lick up into the night sky, snapping the breath-stealing odor of burning wood and seared flesh into the air.

    Etched in Bone

  • —It certainly felt like training camp: the mercury stayed in the 90s, fans clung to a chain-link fence, and the Giants ended practice with breath-stealing sprints.

    Training Without Adult Supervision

  • He is the riveting, breath-stealing, can't-take-your-eyes-off-him center of drama where every actor and every moment is like that, too.

    Tales of the Old West and Aging Spies

  • A blinding orgasm ripped through her, frightening, stunning, breath-stealing.

    Risk No Secrets

  • Big, tasty, fat- and cholesterol-intensive meals—and food in general—were our coping mechanism, the reward for making it through another year in the dictatorship, up another breath-stealing flight of mismatched, M. C. Escher-esque stairs to our sixth-floor apartment.

    Peace Meals

  • The breath-stealing heat had abated, leaving a perfect summer evening, where the air is velvety soft.

    No Mercy

  • He felt trapped, but along with that he felt a breath-stealing presence that could only be God.

    WHEN THE HEAVENS FALL

  • Grabbing the comforter on the freshly made bed, Dallas reeled himself up onto his knees, but a breath-stealing kick to the ribs knocked him back onto the floor.

    Black Dust Mambo

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