Hot Ink (Montgomery Ink, #1.5) by Carrie Ann Ryan released this Tuesday!
The idea of a May-December romance has never looked so hot when it comes to broody lawyer, Morgan and sizzling tattoo artist, Callie. Between conniving family members, blondes with too much time on their hands, and their own misgivings, trust in the bedroom and out of it won’t come easy.
Also included in this anthology:
Takedown (A Tapped Out bonus novella) by USA Today Bestselling Author Cari Quinn
After honorably discharged Navy SEAL Liam Walsh discovers his estranged brother, Slater, is living platonically with Abby, the only woman Liam ever loved, he vows to remind her of their scorching history. But Abby has changed since Liam left, and he only has one long weekend to stake his claim…
Bound Memories (A Bayou Bound novella) by Sidney Bristol
Kit Carson is back in his home town to do more than promote his latest reality TV win on Tattoo King. He’s returned to win over the woman who kinked up his world, but Renee LeBlanc isn’t the girl he remembers. Ten years can go in a blink of an eye and he won’t let her walk away from him again.
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The fact that he was now locked in a small, enclosed space with her where her scent infiltrated his senses and made him want to pull over so he could taste every sweet inch of her didn’t make things any better.
When Matt said he’d needed to leave, Morgan jumped at the chance to be alone with Callie…to take care of her. He hadn’t thought twice about what that would mean—or who was listening—until it was too late. He knew he’d have to deal with Heather and his mother at some point, but he pushed it to the back of his mind for now. Their vitriol wouldn’t be avoided and he’d let it roll off of him as he’d done in the past with his family and the women they put in his vicinity.
After Heather stomped off and he led Callie toward his car, he hadn’t known what to say. That wasn’t like him and he wasn’t sure he wanted it to happen again. The woman messed up his senses and yet he wanted her to keep doing it. There was definitely something wrong with him.
She hadn’t said a word when she stopped by his Audi, just raised a brow since, yes, it was the luxury model, but not one of the most expensive cars in the valet lot by far. He wasn’t like the others, but he did like his comforts. After she’d rattled off her address, she faced the front window and had not spoken to him again.
He didn’t know what to say or even how to breach the silence. It wasn’t awkward, per se, but he would rather have figured out what they were doing next. The fact that he was taking her home, had touched her face more than once, and spoke honestly for the first time since he’d seen her told him there was no going back. Not really. She was too young for him, too innocent, but he still wanted to explore what they could have. They would have to talk.
Tonight seemed like as good a night as any.
About the Author
Carrie Ann is a bestselling author of over twenty novels and novellas and has so much more on her mind (and on her spreadsheets *grins*) that she isn’t planning on giving up her dream anytime soon.
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