One look and he fell…
Officer Bryan Coy was known as the Middleburg playboy. There wasn’t a night of the week that you didn’t find him at the Blue Line Bar picking up buckle bunnies. But then he gets assigned what most cops consider the crap detail. Set up a speed trap outside the home of a woman that complains nonstop about speeders in her neighborhood. Hand out tickets. Shut the lady up. Easy.
Then he sees her, running from her house to grab something out of the car. But that brief glimpse changes something inside Officer Coy. Now he can’t get her out of his head… or his heart. If only she’d give him a chance.
But he’d need to work for it…
Lexis Johannes has centered her whole world around her little boy. Dating, men, sex are a thing of the past. She’s happy with her life. But the smooth talking cop that keeps popping up at her curb is making her second guess everything. Long after the reckless drivers had all slowed down, Officer Coy is still there, watching out for them.
Letting him in terrifies her. But so does letting him slip away. Can she find room in her world for the larger than life police officer?
The drugs and crime are piling up in Middleburg, but Coy won’t let it touch what belongs to him. Despite his need to possess Lexis and protect her and Ash, trouble finds its way next door.
** I volunteered to read an advance reviewer copy of this book. **
This clearly should NOT have been read while at the office but I will re-read this at least another two times I enjoyed it that much. The flirting was mature and the sass from both characters highlighted this story. Another wonderful quick erotic tale when you only have a short amount of time to read.