I know this is basically just a giant gush-fest over her writing, but I genuinely mean every word. Beau is a big, burly, protective, dependable, and capable search and rescue worker. Brought together because of circumstances they had no control over, I loved the way these two developed feelings for each other beyond initial attraction. They spent a night together once before. Loved Goliath and Shortc There was so much I loved about this story.
Celia Aaron is a recovering attorney who loves romance and erotic fiction. But with a dangerous past and a secret to keep, he wants nothing to do with this gorgeous psychic--especially since just the thought of her luscious body ignites a dark, irrepressible desire he's determined to keep at bay. Very well done Tara Sivec your wit is unparalleled. I never wanted it to end, but when it did, I just wanted to curl up, hold it close, and start the experience all over again! I thoroughly enjoyed thi I've been waiting for Beau From the start, Beau was my hero. And he has a heart of gold.
The back to basics approach to life, self discovery, and the raw chemistry between these characters was enough to move the story along even without all of the external drama, but that of course added some excitement and suspense. Luckily, The Outpost put her priorities straight and made her realise the error of her ways. Stella is desperate, and selling her virginity is her only option to save the family land. For every minute we spent together, I wanted ten more… We connected on every level that existed. Both just never entertained the idea of them as a couple until they got to know each other better by being forced to be lab partner for one semester.
Not the ideal first encounter, but I just loved Zoe during this weird and embarrassing exchange. The Mistresses have been bundled together and now include the novella His First and Only, which was in the For the First Time bundle. . But can Michael and Ayanna realise what they share is so much. Yet I admired and empathized with her to my utter astonishment.
Each book has been unique in their plot and character traits. Yet he's determined to reform the Campbell name even if it means forging an alliance with the arrogant beauty. While dating a guy that had ties to the Russian Mafia, Sabrina found herself in over her head. He's the one man who sparks a hunger she never imagined possible--and the one man she should fear. And the little tiny cabin is not what she is used to and is a version of her own personal hell.
I absolutely love the country. I have so many questions about the rest of the cast that the wait is going to kill me — of course, only in the best of ways. The one man she desperately wants to take notice struggles to remember her name. I was made to be wrapped in these arms. Is there a chance Beau can convince her to take a chance on a country boy and that Montana is not a bad place to settle down? The Outpost is by far my favorite book in the Jamison Valley series to date. .
The story is original, the writing is perfect, the hero is, well, a villain, but he is the best! Love those stories even more when their fear is surpassed by attraction, and they become vulnerable in different ways…sexy ways? Every single inch of his muscled perfection was trouble and temptation. She went undercover to investigate an affluent family with mob ties and barely escaped with her life. Not only did she get them in hot water with the law, she had also been in a relationship with one of the bad men. Except life has a way of knocking you straight in the teeth with a puck when you least expect it. And as soon as I tapped the last page, I wanted to start all over again.
A contemporary rock star romance. I stage homes for a living. I was going to start doing whatever i could to make her fall in love with Montana. He's honest, trustworthy and gorgeous. I still enjoyed it very much! The first time I met Dylan Reed, I found myself making eye contact with a different part of his body. Review: Darby Thorne made a mistake. Maisy's story is coming up in.