Author's Note: OK so no one will most likely ever read this but I will have written one lemon so yeah for me.

This is from 'Glass Houses' (which doesn't belong to me but to Rachel Caine) the first book in the Morganville Vampire Series which is an absolutely amazing book. I haven't read the rest yet but as soon as I can I will.

In my opinion, the scene with Shane and Claire in Claire's bedroom could have been taken another way. This is what I think could have happened, although I don't think that it would fit in with the rest of the book but oh well.

This begins right after the heavy make-out scene between Shane and Claire.

This Shouldn't Happen…

As Shane stepped away and headed for the door Claire she gained a sudden boldness and quickly said, "Shane, please don't go."

He looked up at here as she stood in that to-thin yet oh so short shirt and saw that in her innocent eyes she meant what she said.

"This shouldn't happen Claire, it….it's just…just not…" But he never got to complete his statement because before he could even think when her sweet, warm lips were pressed to his.

With that his control was lost altogether. He melted into the kiss and gently wrapped his arms around her slight frame. Pulling back they smiled at each other and Shane silently reached behind them to shut and lock the door.

Shane then bent his head to capture her lips yet again. As he gently ran his tongue across the seam of her lips and they parted allowing him to explore her mouth.

Moaning, their tongues dueled and fought for dominance. In the end Shane won the battle only moments before the need to breath got the better of them.

Gasping for breath the two found that they were now standing mere inches away from the bed. Looking to her eyes for permission, which she gave, and slowly yet deliberately Shane pulled Claire down on the bed atop him.

"All you have to do is say the word and I will stop." Shane told the girl in his arms. 'Even if it kills me.' he thought as he felt her soft body molded into his.

Closing his eyes and moaning softly enciting a smile from Claire. She placing feather-light kisses from the base of his neck to his ear where she whispered, "I wouldn't do that, not to you."

Pulling back slightly Claire found his lips drawing yet another moan from the young man below her.

Shane quickly flipped them over and locked his lips with hers. His hands started at her shoulders and moved down her arms to her hips. Pulling her closer, he began to pull up her to-short shirt.

He moved his mouth to the base of her neck as he splayed his hands over her ribcage. Claire's breathing rate increased as Shane's skilled lips moved up and down the side of her neck.

Shane let out a sigh and pulled back to look into the eyes of the beautiful girl below him. She saw what he wanted to say but couldn't, so she said it for him.

"You can't do this can you? At least not now."

"I'm sorry Claire, truly I am but….I just can't…well I can…but you know…I just…" His stuttering was interrupted by the unbelievably soft lips meeting his.

Pulling back Claire smiled and said, "It's ok Shane, I understand really."

Groaning Shane slowly rose looking at Claire in time to see her pulling down her shirt. With a blush spreading over his tan face he turned toward the door.

"Shane." Claire called softly causing Shane to turn slightly to the girl lying on her bed.

"Yes Claire."

"Thank you, for tonight. You really made me feel……uh…..never mind. I just wanted to thank you." She said hastily turning a deep crimson.

"What did I make you feel? Please tell me." Shane was giving her a look that made her knees weak.

"You made me feel….beautiful." she said softly looking at the floor. When she heard laughter she looked up with tears sparkling in her eyes.

"Oh Claire that's not what I meant..." Shane said as he rushed back to her side. He sat next to her on the bed and wrapped his arms around her.

"I'm sorry. I didn't mean to laugh; it just surprised me is all. No one has ever said something like that to me before; ever."

"No I'm sorry; I shouldn't have over-reacted like that. I know that you wouldn't do anything to hurt me." Claire said with a smile.

"Are we ok then?" Shane asked holding her at arms length to study her reaction.

With her angelic smile she said, "Yeah, I'm fine. You can go." Leaning forward she pressed a sweet kiss to his lips.


"Goodnight Claire."

With this Shane stood and walked to the door and unlocked it, he turned to tell Claire to come lock the door behind him but she was standing there waiting. Sighing Shane walked out the door and Claire slowly shut and locked it.

There was a thump on the other side of the door, meaning Shane was sitting in hall. Claire took a deep breath and walked back to her bed. Suddenly she was incredibly tired.

What do you think?

Is it any good at all?

Please let me know what think about it and if there is anything that you think that I could improve on. Also if you want to know more about this book that I wrote this on I will be more that happy to help you out.