Book Eight, Working Men Series
Excuse me, officer, I've been a very naughty girl...
Listen, I might be the daughter of hippies, and maybe I’m a bit of a free spirit, but being on the run and giving up my home and my career and everything I love, is a bit too much for even me. So, throw in a near-death experience, and you can totally understand why I would have a moment of insanity and sleep with the ridiculously hot cop who’d pushed all of my buttons not two hours earlier.
One night of madness is understandable but now… now, I’m not only being welcomed into the small-town life, but my attraction to one arrogant and oh-so-delicious cop is threatening to override all of my common sense.
Officer Wyatt Reynolds might be the hottest cop I’ve ever met, and maybe being handcuffed to his bed wouldn’t be the worst thing to ever happen to me, but I’m playing a dangerous game. Staying here, allowing myself to fall for Wyatt, isn’t just a terrible idea. It’s a dangerous one.
There isn’t anything wrong with order and control. A well-organized sock drawer is the sign of a well-organized mind, right? Being a cop is all I’ve ever wanted and - believe me – I know trouble when I see it. Which is why I ignored my immediate attraction to the stranger I pulled over for a broken tail light.
Sure, Maggie Blossom is the most beautiful woman I’ve ever seen, and her sexy-as-hell voice has me fantasizing about having her in my bed in handcuffs, but she’s trouble with a capital T.
Still, it doesn’t stop me from making her mine for one hot tantalizing night. Only one night isn’t enough for me. Maggie and I are oil and water, but she’s making herself at home in my small town and my heart, and I couldn’t be happier. But will the secrets she’s keeping, stop me from claiming her as mine?
Author’s Note: This is the eighth in a series of stand-alone short and dirty (So.Very.Dirty.) novellas. You do not need to read the first seven 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!