Today, I give you what I think is the first offending passage that their automated content bot found:
Christmas Day - They met for the first time earlier...
Until the wedding announcement they’d been flirting like crazy, but now? “You realize that when they marry, we’ll be—”
“Related?” He cut her off. “Yeah, stepbrother and sister.” He stopped and clasped her by both shoulders. They stood in the shadows between streetlamps so she couldn’t read his expression in the low light. “Before that happens, I want to kiss you. Just to see what we could have had.”
She tilted her face up to his. “I’m curious, too. And confused. Maybe we shouldn’t.”
He leaned back. “Okay.” He nodded as if to reinforce the decision. She hated the idea of not knowing though.
“Oh, to hell with it. We’re not related yet.” And she rose up, tucked her body close to his and kissed him. Shock turned warm as their lips melded in the chill. His arms enfolded her and he tilted his head into the kiss.
A sexual thrill chased a zippy butterfly of lust down to her low belly. This was not supposed to happen. She leaned in closer for one long moment of honest desire, but then her good sense returned and she pulled back.
“You were not supposed to taste that good,” he muttered. His eyes went sex hot and she forced herself to step away again to catch her breath.
“You were supposed to feel like a brother or a buddy.” Not like a man who wanted her.
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Seriously, though, do you find the above passage offensive? Because I'm having a heck of a hard time with that idea!