Author of the 'Other World' Series
(The Working Men Series Book Three)
His hands aren't the only things getting dirty.
Being a twenty-three year old virgin isn’t the worse thing in the world. Being a twenty-three year old virgin in love with a man who doesn’t know I exist? Tragic, right? Local bartender, Ren Parker, might not be into librarians with questionable fashion taste, but it doesn’t stop me from fantasizing about getting him alone in the library and breaking all the rules about quiet time.
But, a girl has to be realistic, and I can’t stay a virgin forever. Picking up a nice guy at the bar to take my v-card is surprisingly easy. That is, until Ren discovers what I’m doing. Suddenly, the man I thought wouldn’t give me the time of day, has his hands all over me until my insides are shaken and stirred.
He says my virginity belongs to him and I’m more than happy to prove him right.
I’ve wanted Rachel Banks from the moment I saw her. Sweet and gorgeous with a body I can’t wait to have under me, she’s got my world turned upside down. But, a man like me isn’t meant to have a woman like her. Until the night I see her about to give away what’s mine.
Now, I’m insisting she belongs to me and I won’t rest until she gives me her innocence and her heart. I’m playing a dangerous game. I have a past, one that a woman like Rachel would never understand, and the right thing to do is let a better man have her.
Too bad I’ve never been good at giving up what’s mine.
Author’s Note: This is the third in a series of stand-alone, short and dirty (So.Very.Dirty.) novellas of 20k or less. You do not need to read the first two stories to enjoy this one. If you’re looking for quick, one-handed (ahem) reads with insta-love, over-the-top alpha, blue-collar men, then the trope-alicious Working Men series is for you!
He's good with a hammer and I'm about to get nailed.
(The Working Men Series Book One)
Her World. His Choice. Their Destiny.
He goes down better than a shot of whiskey.
(The Working Men Series Book Two)
Rose Morris likes order and routine and science. What she doesn’t like is being sucked into the glowing orb she and her team have been studying for years. Unfortunately, the big blue alien named Vida who appeared out of the last orb doesn’t care. He's forced Rose and the rest of her team through the latest orb with him, and now she’s on another world where chaos rules and science might as well be witchcraft.
Vida is determined to return to his home world, even if that means jumping through every orb he comes across. If he must drag a tiny human and her companions through the orb with him, so be it. The new world - an island surrounded by a vast ocean - may be perfect for his needs but it isn’t home. He’ll do what he’s always done, survive in the new world and wait for another orb to appear.
When Rose is separated from the rest of her team, dangerous animals, killer vegetation and angry locals force her to rely on Vida for protection. As he teaches her how to survive in the new world, their mutual attraction is difficult to resist. Rose knows Vida wants to return to his world, so why does she keep hoping he’ll choose her instead?
Note: This is Book Six in the Other World Series. Although Vida is a character in Book Five, this book is a stand-alone story and you do NOT have to read Books One to Five before reading this one.
I grew up with everything I ever wanted. Wealth and privilege, and an attitude that practically screamed “I’m better than you”. Only, things went wrong and now I have nothing. The people in this town don’t give a damn that I live in a broken-down trailer and am one sandwich away from starving. They figure I got what I deserve. They’re not wrong.
Now, I’m standing in front of the town’s sexy-as-sin mechanic, Jack Williams, and offering to let him… do things to me with those big, dirty hands of his, in exchange for car repairs. Things that the old me would be horrified by. I should be ashamed. Instead, all I can think about is how good it would feel to have Jack touch me.
I grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. Raised by a man who liked to talk to me with his fists and didn’t give a damn if I lived or died. Taking care of myself is my number one priority, and I’m not interested in other people’s troubles.
Especially trouble in the form of a stuck-up, former rich girl like Lily Carson. It’s not my problem her money, family and friends are gone. Only, she’s standing in my repair shop offering me something I’ve wanted for a very long time. One touch of her soft skin and I’m lost.
Lily belongs to me now, and I’ll make damn sure she and everyone else in this town knows it.
Author’s Note: This is the first in a series of stand-alone, short and dirty (So.Very.Dirty.) novellas of 20k or less. If you’re looking for quick, one-handed (ahem) reads with insta-love, over-the-top alpha, blue-collar men, then the trope-alicious Working Men series is for you!
(Other World Series Book Six)
He says it’s wrong. He says we can’t be together. But, I’ve been in love with carpenter, Jacob Marken, for years and I’m tired of waiting. I don’t care about the age difference. I’m doing everything in my power to make Jacob see that we belong together. I want to be with him.
And what I want, I get.
She’s a temptation I need to resist. Before my best friend died, I promised I would take care of Madison, not try to take her to my bed. When Madison asks me to build her some bookshelves, I can’t resist. Being alone with her is a very bad idea. I can’t be with her. I shouldn’t be with her.
But, what Madison wants, Madison gets. And now that she’s mine, I’m never letting her go.
Author’s Note: This is the second in a series of stand-alone, short and dirty (So.Very.Dirty.) novellas of 20k or less. You do not need to read the first story to enjoy this one. If you’re looking for quick, one-handed (ahem) reads with insta-love, over-the-top alpha, blue-collar men, then the trope-alicious Working Men series is for you!