Publisher Description

Cora knows she’s lucky to be engaged to the handsome Marky Harrison, a former high school football player.  As a curvy girl, she knows her place in life and landing a man like Marky is sheer good fortune.  But when her fiancé blows up their engagement, Cora retreats to a cabin to cry and rage.

Matt Harrison has been attracted to his son’s beautiful, sassy fiancée for a long time, but he was determined NOT to be that douchebag father-in-law.  The alpha male tamped down on his attraction to Cora while his son Marky was in the picture, but now that Marky’s gone, why not act on his deepest desires … even if it means giving Cora a baby?

This is a taboo tale where a curvy girl meets the man of her dreams … who also happens to be her fiancé’s father.  Forbidden?  Check.  Wrong?  Check.  Utterly sizzling, knock-your-socks-off-filthy, and mouth-wateringly delicious?  Check check.  Click “Read” now!  No cliffhangers, no cheating, and always a HEA for my readers.

8 March
S.E. Law Romance
Straight Line Media

Customer Reviews

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My Fiancé’s Dad

I’m not someone who gets upset about things that aren’t politically correct or offended at things that people say or do, I’m not an extremist in any way, I’m pretty chill about most things. I write a review if I really like a book, if I don’t I don’t say anything. But what has me writing this review is something that has disturbed me since I read it. I do understand that this is a story and not real. But, on Matt’s first night in the cabin with Cora, what he did while she slept, regardless of how sexy you made it sound, that was sexual assault. They were not a couple at that stage, she was asleep and he did not have her permission to do that. He never told her what happened and the fact that he felt bad does not excuse it. You’ve written it into the story, with him telling himself he felt bad but covering it with explaining how attracted and drawn to her that he is. I’m sure when writing this this was not how you meant it to come across or something you even entertained the thought of, but it was the first thing I thought when I read it. Just thought I’d let you know how I saw it. Otherwise enjoyed the book.

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