Sliding her arms around his neck, she pressed against him.
She rolled over to face him, sliding eagerly into his embrace.
"Well," Bordeaux conceded, sliding his plate away.
And then he moved over her, his fingers sliding up her arm as it lay beside her head.
Life was moving along rapidly with our singlehood sliding toward the finish line.
We may be slipping and sliding but we're still operational.
Damian smiled wide and opened the door, sliding into the passenger seat.
She fixed her hair while sliding on her shoes.
Next time I see you, I'll do better—I'll show you, he promised, his whisper sliding into her mind.
Her feet skidded out from under her and she spun around, clutching desperately to the limb, twisting into a sitting position and sliding until she was sitting before him.
He snatched the arm and whirled her, arm sliding around the neck of the mysterious person.
She stepped back to avoid his hand and tripped over one of the paint cans, falling and sliding across the floor.
Alex pulled the horse to a sliding stop and fired twice into the air.
Her heart and breathing drowning out every other sound, she raced down the hall and around a corner, sliding to a stop as she saw the men headed her way.
His gaze took in Sasha before sliding to the black flames.
Kiera settled at an uncomfortable angle, the sandpapery red roofing snagging her polyester disco clothing and preventing her from sliding over the nearby edge of the three-story row house.
The night was quiet aside from her foot falls and the sliding shale.
Instead of everyone running around, slipping and sliding, shoveling slushy muck and shivering, here people just shift into a lower gear, listen to the quiet and enjoy the temporary peace.
But it had already gone too far and his fingers were sliding down her neck, into her blouse.
Sliding an arm across the back of Carmen's chair, he leaned close, speaking softly in her ear.
"Evacuating?" she echoed, fear sliding through her.
She even caught herself touching her ear to keep from sliding her finger behind it to the subcutaneous net implant.
The half-demon appeared unconcerned about sliding through the barrier Gabe had been working hard to patch up. Rhyn looked happy and healthy, the opposite of how Gabe felt.
Her knees were suddenly weak and she grabbed a pole, sliding down to sit in the hay.
Sliding into his side, he caught the eye of a waitress and motioned to her.
Beyond the iron wall sliding away was a small portcullis, which stood between him and a small stone chamber with ensconced torches.
She unbuttoned the first buttons on his shirt and slipped her hands inside, sliding them around to the back of his neck.
He hadn't wanted to admit that the sudden muting of her thoughts was a sign of her sliding into death.
He exited out the sliding glass doors off the formal living area that led to the private beach behind the building.
The cylinder contains towards n a sliding rod, and towards 0 a compressed spiral spring.
The whole mass looks as if it were, as it is, slowly sliding down the valley to the sea.
The others laughed, and told him that it seldom rained when the sun was shining; but as they listened they plainly heard the tinkling of many drops falling through the forest, and sliding from leaf to leaf until they reached the bramble-bushes beside them, when, to their great dismay, they found that the RAIN-DROPS were MELTED RUBIES, which hardened on the leaves and turned them to bright crimson in a moment.
Still the idle fairies did not notice what was happening, for they were down on the grass, and the wonderful shower of treasure was a long time in reaching them; but at last they plainly heard the tinkling of many drops falling like rain through the forest, and sliding from leaf to leaf until they reached the little bushes by their side, when to their astonishment they discovered that the rain-drops were melted rubies which hardened on the leaves, and turned them to crimson and gold in a moment.
I amused myself one winter day with sliding this piecemeal across the pond, nearly half a mile, skating behind with one end of a log fifteen feet long on my shoulder, and the other on the ice; or I tied several logs together with a birch withe, and then, with a longer birch or alder which had a hook at the end, dragged them across.
Slipping onto their haunches and sliding, the horses descended with their riders into the ravine.