“Oh, Miss Prim likes it rough, does she?”
“Yes.” With every twist of his fingers, a hot spark shot straight through her. It was almost unbearable. The desert wind whipped around the car, causing it to shudder. She shuddered right along with it.
Monica Campbell may have a history as a wild child, but she’s changed her ways. She’s respectable, responsible—and, most importantly, she’s sworn off bad boys. That is, until Callum Hughes roars back into her life with his sexy British accent and killer smile.
Cal remembers every steamy moment he shared with Monica, but he barely recognizes the straight-laced woman she’s become. Determined to lure Monica into letting go of her inhibitions, Cal will use every trick he knows to fire her blood and tempt her body…reminding her
just how good it can feel to be bad—and his.
Beauty and the Brit:
His Every Need
His Kind of Trouble
His to Keep
”Austin infuses her characters with relatable problems and hot chemistry that will keep readers turning pages.”—Publishers Weekly on His Every Need
“The writing sizzles...a book that’s a little off the beaten path and loaded with heat.”—Long and Short Reviews on His Every Need
Austin's strong second Beauty and the Brit contemporary (after His Every Need) is an enjoyable one-sitting read. Wealthy English car restorer Cal Hughes had a quick but unforgettable snog with feisty Monica Campbell when they met at the wedding of Cal's cousin Trevor to Monica's sister, Allie. When Cal returns to Las Vegas to visit Trevor, he can't believe that Monica is now a buttoned-up professional: wearing boring suits, working a nine-to-five job, and living in an undecorated apartment. Monica's tired of getting in trouble and determined to leave her wild days behind. She manages a cancer foundation set up in memory of her mother, though she finds Allie's micromanagement stifling and insulting. Cal's determined pursuit of her makes her want to reveal the sexy lingerie under her suits and maybe even break free of her regimented, unexciting life. Austin has a real talent for writing steamy sex between plausible characters who trade clever banter in the aftermath, and readers will adore Cal's support for Monica's true self.