Entangled Love (paperback)












ISBN Digital: 978-1-62830-404-6
ISBN Print: 978-1-62830-403-9
Page Count: 326
Word Count: 76505
Rating: Spicy(PG13)


Emma James is on a mission to rebuild her life after the loss of her husband. When her childhood friend offers an innocent getaway to Santa Monica, she accepts thinking fun in the sun will be a great way to start fresh.

Retired professional skateboarder, Ryan Cross is a gorgeous, lovable, ladies’ man. With two skateboard parks and a fat bank account, he’s on top of his game. What could make him happier?

The love of his childhood friend.

Chaos and life-threatening obstacles have Ryan investigating Emma’s husband's death. When he discovers handwritten notes made by her late husband, he learns some friends can't be trusted. They will stop at nothing to get what they want, including putting Emma’s life in danger.

Rating: Spicy
Page Count: 326
Word Count: 76505
978-1-62830-403-9 Paperback
978-1-62830-404-6 Digital

Excerpt:

She blew out a breath and faced him. The want and desire built a fortress in her chest, ready to take charge. Yet, the fact that woman said they were engaged gave her pause. He was impossible to refuse. “Okay.”

“What do I do with the mutt, sir?” Niles asked

“Good question. I haven’t the foggiest idea. I told her to leave.”

Muriel must be Mutt, she imagined. “What about calling the police?”

“No, she’s pissy that I don’t jump to attention when she barks,” Ryan said.

Emma cleared her throat. “Well, if she’s your fiancée, then she has certain rights.”

He stared as if she’d grown two heads. “I’m not engaged.”

“Oh...uh, it takes time getting used to a broken engagement.” Her voice faded from the disappointment that he not only was engaged, but he lied.

Ryan closed the distance between them, spun her on the bar stool, and placed a hand on each side of her face. “I’m not engaged to her or anyone, never have been. I certainly wouldn’t be able to do this, if I were.” His lips found hers, breaking off his words.

This time, the kiss didn’t catch her off guard. As freaked out as the situation made her, she responded and sucked on his lower lip. His tongue traced her lips and she parted for him to slip inside. He felt good, more than good. The man knew how to kiss.

A few seconds later, they pulled apart. He looked shell-shocked and rubbed his lips together and slid his hand through his hair. “I’ll see you at six.”

“The mutt, sir?” Niles called after him.

“I don’t care what you do with her; get her out of my home.” Ryan exited the kitchen door, avoiding said mutt.




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