About Last Night [MultiFormat]
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eBook by Rhonda Leah
eBook Category: Romance
eBook Description: Her life is an endless string of disasters. When Misty McNeil is arrested for breaking and entering, calling Tanner Theroit to bail her out seems like a good idea?until he asks what's so important she'd risk going to jail for. Admitting she was trying to retrieve a gift he'd given isn't something she wants to confess. Misty's night in the slammer is only the tip of the iceberg. Her life quickly takes a turn for the worse. With only one week to move out of her apartment, she turns -- yet again -- to Tanner to bail her out. Tanner is determined to prove he wants nothing less than all of her. Too bad Misty has a been-there-done-that attitude when it comes to relationships. But?will Tanner be the one man who can offer her a deal she can't refuse? Content warning, explicit sex, strong language and a sexy, hard bodied construction worker turned executive.
eBook Publisher: Lyrical Press, Inc., Published: 2010, 2010
Fictionwise Release Date: August 2010
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An interior office door swung open and Tanner strolled out wearing a white towel low on his hips. His light brown hair looked darker when wet.
She gasped. Tanner stopped mid-stride. "Hi."
How could one simple word be so seductive? She managed to squeak out a return greeting. Heat raced up her neck and spread across her face. A vivid memory flashed. An image of Tanner shirtless...wearing wet swimming trunks that hugged his lean hips as he strolled to her across her parents' backyard. Her twenty-first birthday party, and the heat and desire in his eyes had been obvious. They'd shared one hot, passionate night a couple of months before. She'd sampled his body, knew what was under those shorts, how he could make her feel. But she'd arrived late with one of her best guy friends in tow. She'd asked Tim to come home with her as a safety net, in case things were awkward with Tanner. It had been the first time they'd seen each other after... The heat that sparked, extinguished as soon as Tim played his part. Things were never awkward, just left unsaid.