Exclusive Excerpt from Sin & Saint
by J.M. Dabney
As they stared out the window, he felt as unsure as his twin, and it was odd. This was all new, and he didn’t know what to expect. Camden wrapped his arms around them from behind.
“So, what do you think? Did I do okay because you two are awful quiet.”
Sin nudged him, and he darted a glance at his twin. “No one has ever taken us away for a weekend before.”
“You’re a little out of your comfort zone, I should’ve asked, I’m—”
“No, don’t be sorry, it’s perfect and it’s really nice.”
Camden kissed the tops of their heads, and they leaned back into him.
“I know works been a bitch lately, and I’m sorry we haven’t been able to spend a lot of time together. Being stuck out at my place can’t be fun.”
“We love your place,” they said in unison.
“But I haven’t exactly been the best boyfriend or partner whatever you want to call me. I’m new to all this, and I want it to work out.”
“I think I can speak for Saint and myself, we want this to work out too. So, what’s the plan?”
“No plan. Just the three of hanging out. I’m not much of wine drinker, but I thought what the hell. The website said there’s shops nearby. We can drink wine. Just spend time without me having to go to the office. I even left my work phone at home. If an emergency does come up everyone knows how to get in touch.”
“No phone? No midnight calls? Just the three of us?” Saint released Sin’s arm, and they turned to look up at Camden.
“I promise, Wren and the rest of the deputies can handle everything. This weekend is about us.”
It sounded so perfect. Camden’s big hand curled around the back of his neck and Camden lowered his mouth to his. It was instant hard-on every time. He didn’t understand how a simple kiss could turn him on so quickly. Camden’s tongue pushed passed his lips, and he moaned as he lifted onto his toes. He fisted his hands in Camden’s t-shirt. The kiss slowly ended, and then Camden turned to Sin, repeating the actions. A few more quick kisses and Camden stepped back taking their hands.
“Let’s go get our bags and head to the winery for dinner and drinks, then we’ll come back here. How’s that sound.”
He nodded, and like always, Camden didn’t pull away from them. He looked at them like he was proud that they were his. He didn’t worry about what was going on at home. He just wanted to spend time with Camden and Sin. This was his family—the three of them.