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  • Heather surrendered to his pounding rhythm and poured every skin-tingling sensation in her body—the feel of him inside of her, his scent, the taste of his lips, the slickness of his sweat-and-water glistening skin—back through their bond and into him as an intense orgasm throbbed throughout her body in pulsing waves. she sent.

    Etched in Bone

  • He came to prominence as guitarist for 1960s folk-rock act Fairport Convention, where his quicksilver leads entwined with the skin-tingling pipes of vocalist Sandy Denny to make the group one of the era's finest.

    Pop and Circumstance

  • Having them walk on in single file for "Strength Through Music", in school uniforms, hands on heads, was a different kind of theatrically though, and with the sudden segue into "Guitar Hero", the use of miming in that song ... man, the effect was skin-tingling, and the finale electrifying.

    Duncan's Patent Remedy

  • The "undead" patrons are about as genuine as Macabre Factor's press-on fangs, but one thing is very real the skin-tingling connection Angie feels with her clients' mysterious friend, Eric Taylor.

    New Book Releases for Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance and YA Paranormal – December 1, 2009

  • Ember is a skin-tingling combination of fantasy, blistering hot erotic romance and the perfect timing of sensational storytelling.

    Ember by Bettie Sharpe « Michele Lee’s Book Love

  • "The first and foremost thing is that dance music when played in a club, whether now or 10 years ago, is liberating, it's an enjoyable experience, that sense of abandon and skin-tingling euphoria," she says, pushing up pink Chanel shades to unleash an intense gaze.

    Partying For Profit

  • There was a moment that felt like a strike of unseen lightning, bone-deep but skin-tingling at the same time.

    The Janus Gate: Future Imperfect

  • The DVD has a fantastic 5.1 digital transfer that allows a skin-tingling rendition of this: -

    Word Magazine - Comments

  • When goose bumps meet 104 degrees, a clash goes down - a skin-tingling, head-swirling clash.

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • 'A Thousand Kisses Deep '(' And sometimes when the night is slow / The wretched and the meek / We gather up our hearts and go ') was transformed into a spoken ode, to skin-tingling effect.

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