By Jill Shalvis
Co-owner of the town's simply kennel, Lilah younger has lived in Sunshine, Idaho, all her existence. Pilot-for-hire Brady Miller is simply passing via. yet he quickly has Lilah leaving behind her instincts and giving in to a primal wish. it is Brady's nature to withstand being tied down, yet there is something approximately Lilah and her menagerie that retains him coming again for extra.
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Makes the place seem welcome and readily inviting. ” “Nah,” Dell said. “I like the idea of just the animals. You can put one in Jade’s reading glasses behind her desk. ” Brady had spent the day cataloging all that was wrong with the Bell 47, in a hurry to get that renovation on track. He’d spent the hours alone with his own thoughts, and they hadn’t always been good ones. At least ten times he’d started to go in search of Adam and Dell to tell them he didn’t want to stay for another twenty-nine days.
Yes. He’s had a lot of people in his life who didn’t stick. So you should know . . ” She hugged him. “Listen to me, okay? I’m not looking to make him stick. ” “Not a one-night stand, no,” she said. “I’ll take a couple of nights. Or as long as it lasts. On our terms, his and mine. ” She kissed his tense jaw. “Love you, though. ” Adam just sighed and reached for the ice cream. Seven Brady stood by the unlit fireplace and stared at the rug in front of it. Or more accurately, the thing on the rug.
Startling him had been bad. He recovered far faster than she, but then again, she had her hands full. And still, all she could think was that she surely looked like crap in her baggy sweats, and he looked . . Hot. God, so very very hot. Tearing her gaze off him, she put her mind to the task at hand. She had Lucky’s head tucked beneath her arm and was struggling with holding the rest of the seventy-pound animal still. She hadn’t wanted to muzzle her and didn’t, but now, it seemed, that might have been a mistake.
Animal Magnetism (Berkley Sensation) by Jill Shalvis