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Series: Dream Team #2
Also in this series: Quiet Man, Dream Maker, Dream Chaser, Dream Spinner
Publication Date: December 15, 2020
Point-of-View: Alternating First & Third
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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In this steamy, addictive contemporary romance spinning off the New York Times bestselling Dream Man and Rock Chick series, Ryn Jansen must put her trust in the one man she wants -- and the one man she can't let herself have.
Ryn Jansen has no interest in taking a risk on Boone Sadler. Thanks to a long list of men who've done nothing but let her down, Ryn vows to stay far away from the caring, protective commando. And when Boone confronts Ryn with evidence that her loved ones are conning her, Ryn is less than thrilled -- with her family and Boone. But even as Boone proves he's the kind of guy to meet her every need, she doesn't trust him to stay when life gets hard . . .
Boone Sadler's never been one to back down from a challenge. He's determined to show the funny, sexy Ryn that the irresistible connection between them is worth exploring. But caring for Ryn's heart and body becomes a matter of life and death when Ryn's beloved niece and nephew are put in danger and dirty cops begin gunning for Ryn. Soon Boone realizes their romance is in danger of more than heartbreak -- and to have any future together, they'll have to put their trust in each other.
“Choice taste in music, sweetheart,” he murmured.
“Wh-what?” I forced out.
“ ‘You’ve Got the Love.’ Never gave any time to considering what song would cover my ice cream-cones-in-the-park montage. But that one’s spot on.”
Was he still inside me after our first time and . . .Teasing me?
“Do you ice skate?” I asked.
“Pennsylvania is no Minnesota, but we were no slouches in the hockey stakes.”
“Got my ass kicked a lot when I was a scrawny fucker.
So when I filled out and got back on the ice, felt damn good knocking those guys on their asses.”
I smiled up at him.
He smiled back.
Then I noted, “I think we did great with this going-slow thing. What is it? We waited a whole day and a half before going at it? We rock.”
He chuckled at that, it was ridiculously awesome to see it at the same time feel it, but it faded, and he let my wrists go so he could catch my face in both his hands.
“Don’t let me fuck this up,” he whispered, for some reason, his eyes directed to my mouth.
“Don’t let me fuck it up,” I whispered back.
His gaze rose to mine.
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Sunday Spotlight: December 2020
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