Book Six, Working Men Series
My bush needs a trim and he's just the man to do it.
I’ve loved local landscaper, Knox Jameson, since I was twelve. Yeah, he’s my brother’s best friend.
But the heart wants what the heart wants, right? Except on my eighteenth birthday, he made it perfectly clear he didn’t want me. I showed him. I got the hell out of our small town, determined to forget him.
Now I’m back.
Turns out, he’s wanted me all along, and playing with the landscaper’s hose is my new favourite thing.
I’ve spent the last seven years trying to forget Isabelle. She’s my best friend’s little sister, and he’ll kill me if I start waving my hose around her garden.
But her brother is the least of my worries.
She’s not in love with me. She loves the man she thinks I am. It’s better for the both of us if I keep her at a distance.
Only, my ability to resist her is growing weaker by the day.
Author’s Note: This is the sixth in a series of stand-alone short and dirty (So.Very.Dirty.) novellas. You do not need to read the first five 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!