A Snippet From Spray Paint Kisses - First Kiss
First kisses anyone? They're always so interesting to write. The first kiss between the characters in Spray Paint Kisses was no exception. Do enjoy this little teaser ...

“Hey, country boy,” Summer drawled, eyeing the hot fudge sundae Gage was spooning into his mouth. “If I asked nicely, could I have a bite of that?”

Shit, she didn’t even have to ask nicely, but … “I don’t share my ice-cream. That’s blasphemy.”

“Gage … please?”

Well, how could he deny someone who said his name like that and begged like she did?


Gage spooned some of the ice-cream and hot fudge, ready to hand the plastic utensil over to the pretty sweet stealing demon on his tailgate. Before he could, Summer had took hold of his belt loops and tugged hard enough to cause him to stumble closer.

Right in between her thighs. Summer sat her mostly eaten food to the tailgate, saying nothing. Then, the heels of her chucks hooked around the backs of his legs, pulling him even closer.

Gage hadn’t expected that at all.

Something was turning as tight in his throat as his jeans suddenly felt.

“A bite?” she asked softly.

Gage offered the melting ice-cream without a word, watching as she leaned forward and took the bite. That candy mouth of hers closed around the spoon, drawing in his gaze straight to her lips. The way they tightened, and how her smile formed at the coldness sweeping her taste buds.

As Summer released the spoon, Gage finally felt like he could breathe.

“You’ve got something right here,” he said lowly, using his free hand to swipe at the bit of fudge on her bottom lip. When her tongue snaked out to sweep her lip and his thumb, Gage shuddered. “Shit … um—”

“Don’t do that,” Summer interjected calmly.

“Do what?”

“Freak out, Gage. I’m just a girl. Like any girl.”

No she wasn’t. She wasn’t just any fucking girl.

Summer was still talking, though. “Don’t be worried about sending me running or—”

She didn’t need to say anything else. Gage leaned forward and caught her lips in a kiss that shocked him right down to his blood and bones. The way her mouth melded into his, opening to invite him in, the taste of vanilla and chocolate edging around her lips, Gage was lost.

He barely registered her taking the sundae from his grasp to set it down, or the way she pulled him close enough to fist both her hands into his shirt. The only thing he could feel and know was her … The feel of her lips, the stroke of her tongue along his, the way she smelled, and tasted in his mouth.

No, not any other girl.

Gage didn’t care what she said about it.

Spray Paint Kisses
He’s left his mark everywhere. She’s still trying to find a place to leave hers.
Gage Masselin is a graffiti artist whose life has revolved around his art, and focused entirely on his career. He’s never needed a muse to get his inspiration flowing, so when an unexpected blonde-haired beauty knocks him out of his zone, he knows he’s in trouble.
Summer Davey is just a traveling girl with a gypsy’s soul. The one constant she has is her need to keep moving on. She’s never stayed in one place long enough to plant roots, never mind finding a man with spray paint kissing the tips of his fingers to make her heart beat faster. 
She inspires him. He’s the first thing to ever feel like home.
Sometimes the hardest things to find in love and life are the easiest to lose.
Released August 20th, 2014

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