One week!

Only one week until this lovely hits the shelves!

Lost and Found Sisters

Teasing Tidbit:

“Mick?” she whispered.

“Yeah?”

“Are you feeling something?”

“You could say that,” he murmured. “You?”

She licked her lips and he nearly groaned. “I think so,” she whispered.

“That’s good.”

“Are you going to kiss me?”

He cupped her face, let his thumbs trace her jawbone, his fingers sinking into her silky waves. “No,” he said quietly. “And not because I don’t want to, but because when I do, I want to know you’re ready. That you’ll feel it.”

She sighed. “Guys do whatever they want all the time, no emotions necessary. I want that skill.” Another shaky breath escaped her, and since they were literally an inch apart, they shared air for a single heartbeat during which neither of them moved.

Her gaze dropped to his mouth. “Okay, so I’m definitely feeling things.” She hesitated and then her hands came up to his chest. “Maybe we should test it out to be sure.”

God, she was the sweetest temptation he’d ever met, and he wanted nothing more than to cover her mouth with his. Instead, he brushed his mouth to her cheek.

“Please, Mick,” she whispered, her exhale warming his throat.

He loved the “please,” and he wanted to do just that more than anything. But when she tried to turn her head into his, to line up their mouths, he gently tightened his grip, dragging his mouth along her smooth skin instead, making his way to her ear.

“Not yet,” he whispered, letting his lips brush over her earlobe and the sensitive skin beneath it.

She moaned and clutched him. “Why not?”

It took every ounce of control he had to lift his head and meet her gaze. “Because I want to make sure you’re really with me, that you’re feeling everything I’m feeling. That there’ll be no doubt, no regrets.”

“You sure have a lot of requirements.”

He laughed. And she was right, it was all big talk for a guy who didn’t do relationships anymore. Still, he forced himself to step back and shut the passenger door.

As he rounded the hood to the driver’s side, he tried to remind himself of all the reasons she was a bad idea. He lived two hundred miles away and he was hoping to move his mom up by him and never come back here. Not to mention that Quinn lived an equal two hundred miles in the opposite direction and she was in a deeply vulnerable place. No way would he even think about taking advantage of that.

But when he slid behind the wheel and their eyes locked, he realized that while his mind could stand firm, the rest of his body wasn’t on board with the in-control program.

I can’t wait! So … if you’re planning to buy, will it be digital or print? Three random commenters will win the backlist book of their choice!
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87 Comments on “One week!

  1. I am anxiously awaiting this book! I will be buying digital. However, I may read it in print from the library.

  2. I have it on pre order in digital. I can’t wait, so ready.

    Hope you have a snow free day with sunshine!

  3. Both: about a month ago, I pre-ordered for my Kindle and while at RAGT17, I purchased a copy at the B&N Store. I’m half way through (only because I HAVE to go to work-otherwise I would be finished) and I’m loving it.

    Just one question; where can I find me a Mick? And Coop too!

    LOVE IT!

  4. Already preordered and counting the days!! Every time you add excerpts I want it more.

  5. Now that I have a new job have to start buying things in print since I can’t have my phone or tablet with me

  6. I bought it digital! I carry my Kindle with me at all times because you never know when you might want to read something. 🙂

  7. Pre-ordered, digital. Can’t wait, love your books. Hope yesterday was the last snow of the season, it’s time for spring and summer.

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