Yes, you can.
And you can also get it in print.
This book is so special to me because it was my first book, but also because it was published with The Wild Rose Press. I’m still trying to finished another book for them.
Hey, and the ebook is only $2.99!
Here’s the blurb–
Ex-actress Kate Williams visits with her friend to discuss a possible acting role. High powered executive, Matthew Hunter, thinks she’s in town for more than just a discussion. He thinks she’s the newest means the show’s producers are using to get him to financially back the show. This time their plan might work. After all, he had been half in love with the former actress for years.
Matt thinks all Kate wants from him is his money. Kate thinks all Matt wants from her is her body.
Will they ever be able to get past their beliefs?
236 pages, spicy
Print ISBN: 1-60154-351-4
A deep bass voice roared, stopping her near the sofa and loosening the beats of her heart into a rapid rush of a thundering waterfall…
She recognized that voice.
“Matt,” she whispered. “No!”
He lifted her off her feet and threw her down on the red and green flowered sofa, capturing her hands high up over one of the armrests. She whispered his name again, feeling the heat burning off his body like rays of a tanning bed in the middle of a Seattle rainstorm.
“Kate?” Mint scented breath breezed over her face, sending her heart rate once again dangerously out of control. “Damn it, I could have hurt you.”
Jerking up off her melting body, he moved to the nearest lamp and switched it on before twisting around to face her. Nothing showed on his impassive face. “Sit up.”
“Get up.” Dark eyes glared at her, focusing on the exposed expanse of her tiny middle. “And you might as well cover up, it won’t work on me.”
“What won’t work on you?”
“I don’t care how sexy you are, how beautiful you look laying there in the dim light, TopNotch Security is not going to finance that damn television show.” He glared harder at her. “I don’t know what Erin was trying to do, bringing you here, but it won’t work. My answer is still no.”