Jordan Hawke is the one temptation
that Tanya Blake can’t resist.
Two years ago, the cynical attorney wasn’t interested in relationships. Tanya only wanted a fling with the sexy British lawyer. Then she made the mistake of falling in love with him. She was shattered when he left for a job in New York and decided she learned her lesson. Never again would she allow herself to be vulnerable.
She moved on and built an impenetrable wall around her wounded heart.
When Jordan returns to Dallas to take a position at the law firm where she works, he makes it clear that he wants to pick up where they left off. Tanya refuses, determined to protect herself from more pain.
But Jordan won’t give up so easily. In fact, he plans to use whatever means necessary to draw Tanya back into his life and his bed. She’s
not the only one who made a mistake two years ago and he will do whatever it takes to make it right.
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Tayna’s life was just fine. Sure her life revolved around her work, but she also had friends to help round out her life and she was just fine with that. That was until Jordan Hawke walked back into her life. It has been 2 1/2 years since Jordan first walked into her life but then he left and broke her heart in the process. Now those blue eyes are staring back at her and she’s not sure what this all means. Will they pick up where they left off? Would she be able to resist him or will her heart be broken all over again?
The only complaint I have about the NFSW Series is that they all go by so quickly and you just want more and more. I loved Jordan as soon as we meet him. He knows what he wants and he’s there to prove to Tayna that he can be what she needs too.
Even though these are novellas, character development is stellar, letting you jump into the lives of these characters. I love CC Wood and her whole library of work. Make sure to check out the rest in this series. You won’t be disappointed.
My cell phone rang a few moments later and I sighed, giving up on the idea of getting any work done for the moment.
“Woman, I feel like I haven’t seen you in weeks. We’re having lunch today, no arguments,” Chelsea declared. “I’ve already talked to Yancy and Grier. Lucy can’t come, so it’s just the four of us.”
I glanced at the clock. I had three hours to do six hours worth of work. “Chelsea, I’m not sure I’ll be able to swing it today, I have a ton-”
“No excuses. I’ll go down a little early and grab you something and you can eat and run, but the girls and I are dying for an update. I mean, we’re assuming things are going well because you’ve been locked up tight with your new man, but we want details.”
Knowing that she wasn’t going to let it go, I relented. “Fine. I’ll come down for a half hour or so and eat, but I really do have to keep it short.”
“Done. I hope you don’t mind talking with your mouth full because I intend to live vicariously through you. This stupid dry spell is making me consider joining that hook-up site. What’s it called? Tidbits?”
Laughing, I leaned back in my chair. “No, sweetie, that’s not what it’s called. And I don’t know what you’re talking about. What about that guy who asked for your number when you and Grier went out for drinks a few weeks ago?”
“Ugh. We went to coffee and he spent the entire time talking about his investments. Forget businessmen, I need a guy who uses his hands on a daily basis and knows exactly what to do with them.”
I laughed. “Jordan knows what to do with his hands.”
“You can tell me all about it at lunch. Go work so you can stay for the whole hour.”
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Born and raised in Texas, C.C. Wood writes saucy paranormal and contemporary romances featuring strong, sassy women and the men that love them. If you ever meet C.C. in person, keep in mind that many of her characters are based on people she knows, so anything you say or do is likely to end up in a book one day.
A self-professed hermit, C.C. loves to stay home, where she reads, writes, cooks, and watches TV. She can usually be found drinking coffee or wine as she spends time with her hubby, daughter, and two beagles.
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