The Black Sheep (North Moon Bay Book 1)
by Patricia Ryan and PB Ryan
“Catch me and you can have me.”
He studied her eyes. “‘Have me’ meaning…”
“Have me for the night.”
“For the purpose of…”
“For any purpose you want, although I’ve got a pretty good idea what that purpose will be. Even virgins aren’t that dense.”
Formerly titled Hale’s Point
While house-sitting at a waterfront estate, sweet, straight-laced Harley is stunned by the arrival of her employer’s supposedly dead son, an Alaskan bush pilot with a bad boy rep who’s been wounded in an airplane crash. Coming home after years of estrangement–and a stint in prison–to make amends with the old man is difficult for Tucker, but not half as difficult as keeping his distance from the super-sexy but virginal Harley while they share the house, awaiting his father’s return.
Having given up on the idea that he’ll ever fully heal from his ravaged leg, Tucker balks when Harley urges him to swim as physical therapy–until she adds a unique incentive: “Catch me and you can have me.” Her certainty that he’ll never be able to swim that fast evaporates when he embarks on a rigorous training regimen, determined to claim her as his prize. But when she unearths the dark secret in his past, will she still be willing to pay up when the time comes?
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Category: Contemporary Romance