Misty is spoiled. Her parents left on vacation and gave her money to entertain herself while they’re away. But Misty doesn’t want money. She wants Jordan, the handsome, muscular soldier next door with the charming smile and a body hardened from war. The curvy girl will do *anything* to get him, including sunbathing in a skimpy bikini while her neighbor works in his yard.
Jordan Slate is a rough and tough veteran. Back from Afghanistan, the handsome man’s hoping to find peace and calm in the routine of small town life. But when his next-door neighbors take off, they leave their teen daughter alone at home, flaunting those generous curves made for sin. Fortunately, Jordan’s just the man to teach the sassy girl a lesson or two by making her squeal … while putting a baby in her belly!
Pull out the big guns because Misty’s the type of girl who deserves what she gets, and fortunately, there’s an OTT alpha male next door ready to give her a tasty lesson. Sparks fly high and hot in this filthy story and there’s a twist you’ll never believe. Let’s just say Jordan is a James Bond-type, and Misty gets her chance to be a Bond vixen as part of the deal. No cheating, no cliffhangers, and always a HEA for my readers.
Love On The Run
Misty brought the big guns out when she decided to seduce her Adonis level hot neighbour and boy, did the little vixen tempt him. Jordan moved into the small town because he wanted a quiet life, but little did he know that his next door neighbour’s daughter was a seductive temptress. Their first interaction led to an out of this world encounter and their relationship continued for a few weeks until everything came crushing down and Misty realised she had a surprise for Jordan.
This is a heartwarming and heartbreaking story, that you just won’t be able to put it down once you start reading it. The romance and sexy moments in the story are captivating, but the action-packed moments will make you sit up and take note. I really enjoyed devouring this story and I am sure you will enjoy reading it too.
I received an advanced copy of this book and I am voluntarily leaving a review.