Raw, animal magnetism…
…is a big red flag to prim and proper office manager Jane Morgan. After a rough childhood with a mother who liked her men in prison-jumpsuit orange, Jane changed her name, her look and her taste for bad boys. So why is she lusting for William Chase with his tattoo-covered biceps and steel-toed boots? The man blows things up for a living!
She gives herself one explosive, fantasy-filled night with Chase.
The next day it's back to plain Jane and safe men.
But when her beloved brother becomes a murder suspect, it's Chase who comes to her rescue. And Jane discovers that a man who's been around the block knows a thing or two about uncovering the truth….
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Hilariously Wrong Sports Reference
I read all the books in the series and I have enjoyed them. HOWEVER, at the very beginning the hero Chase talks about his father having a Green Bay Packers flag and then says, “he’s never been to Michigan”. I’m not sure if that was part of the joke, but I’m from the Midwest and it gave me a great laugh. The Hero is a hunk (a mans man) and, although I’m still early in the story, seems like he’d know a thing or two about football or sports in general. That is also why I laughed out loud- a hilarious character flaw.