Over to Mira:
This is a pretty exciting month for me too, but on a much smaller scale. My fourth book (I know, I know, only number four!! But you have to start somewhere, lol!) has just hit the shelves, and it’s definitely my favorite by far.
Why? Well, what’s more fun than throwing two people who are totally incompatible in every way but one together for a single night’s exception to every rule they have…
As distractions went, Levi couldn’t have done better than this smoke-eyed, soft laughing, yogilates instructor reveling in a one-night exception to the rules she lived by.
Sexy. Unexpected. Elise.
Arching beneath him to graze her teeth over the tendon at his neck, she moaned softly, “You are so wrong for me.”
“Completely,” he assured with a gruff laugh.
…Okay, more fun than that?? *rubs hands together in wicked delight!* How about ensuring a few choice relatives find out, to start…
“You did it in a car!”
A week already and still with this.
Elise pushed a windblown curl from her brow and stared, disbelieving, across the hood of the Volvo Wagon at her sister. “That is not an explanation for setting me up on a blind date.”
Ally Porter-Davis shook her head, disappointment coloring her words. “A car, Elise.”
Yes, well, more accurately, she’d done it in a bed. And then a car. And then against the door just inside her apartment. But somehow she didn’t think the clarification would win her any points.
“The car part was an accident.”
… And then making sure this mismatched duo can’t quite get away from each other so easily as they expect…
“Thank you,” Elise wheezed. Lifting her face from Bruno’s warm fur, she squinted up at her rescuer.
Oh, God, it couldn’t be him. And yet that same frisson of awareness she’d felt at the first bookstore bump told her it was. That and the sheer size of him. The man was big enough that before she could make it past his bare chest to his face she had to start again, beginning back at his oversized running shoes, working up the solid cut of his calves to where the powerful slabs of his thighs flexed and bunched beneath his shifting weight.
Wow, he had a lot of leg. A lot of well-muscled, cut-from-stone, chase-down-a-Great-Dane, Clark-Kent-out-for-a-jog leg, braced in one of those uber-masculine stances that somehow combined total fatigue with a readiness to go again. Leg that ended beneath a pair of steel-gray mid-length running shorts that were just the right amount of loose to—
“Elise…you’re looking up my shorts.”
Of course, it’s not all fun and games with these two. And the sailing isn’t exactly smooth, but with a wounded hero this hot, I promise the happily ever after is totally worth their work!
NEVER STAY PAST MIDNIGHT is available now. Want to know more? Check out the Harlequin store to browse the book and see why these two characters were so much fun to write…
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