Loving Ranger: A Men of S.W.A.T. Story [MultiFormat]
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eBook by J. C. Wilder
eBook Category: Erotica/Erotic Romance/Romance
eBook Description: Fourteen years of friendship, it all comes down to this? A Men of S.W.A.T. story Sissy Kolchek is a smart-mouthed waitress with a southern accent that's thicker than honey and a life that isn't nearly as exciting as some people think. As the daughter of the town tramp, she's cynical about men, relationships and anything marked one size fits all. Beneath her wisecracks is a woman who secretly longs for a family and a place where she belongs. Jason "Ranger" Diver is an undercover cop who has seen the dark side of love and wants nothing to do with it. With his chaotic lifestyle, he hasn't the time or the inclination to become involved with only one woman--especially not his friend Sissy. He's fantasized about her since high school and when they kissed, she rocked his world. Jace is captivated by the woman she has become and, as their relationship grows, he finds himself torn between the biggest case of his career and the love of a good woman. Warning: Copious amounts of hot lovin', random bad guys wrecking havoc, a goat named Casper, more sexy cops than you can shake your nightstick at and the deliberate destruction of the English language.
eBook Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd., Published: 2010, 2010
Fictionwise Release Date: September 2010
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The first time Jason "Ranger" Diver laid his eyes on Sissy Kolchek he couldn't help but admire the unique way she made friends.
It was only two weeks into the new school year and an unscheduled fire drill had emptied both the high and middle schools leaving seven hundred students waiting in the morning sun. The unmistakable sound of flesh meeting flesh followed by a tremendous splash brought the mass of chattering kids to a halt.
Jace gaped at the sight of Brian Harding, one of his classmates, sitting in the foot-deep water of the fountain in front of the administration building across the street from the schools. Standing over him on the rim was a painfully skinny young girl. With her long white-gold hair pulled back into an uneven braid and tennis shoes held together with silver duct tape, she resembled a rag doll his little sister carried everywhere. Her big, gray eyes threw daggers at the wet sophomore, and her face was flushed with anger.
"Who ya callin' Prissy Sissy, mama's boy?" Her heavy southern accent sounded oddly exotic to his Midwestern ears. "You evah call me that agin, I'll kick yer butt."
His eyes widened. Harding was a bully and a braggart just like his father, Big Jim, a successful businessman in the town of Haven. Most of the kids had been subjected to Junior's threats or temper at one time or another, and Jace was tickled to see that a girl had just taken him down, a feat even the senior class didn't dare attempt. He grinned. It couldn't have happened to a more deserving guy.
Jace's twin brother, Jeff, nudged him with his elbow. "Who's that?"
"Miss Kolchek!" Mrs. Wolfe, the middle school librarian, hurried over to the girl. He winced when she pulled the blonde off the fountain none too gently.
"She's gonna get it now," someone behind him whispered.
"Young ladies do not use that kind of language, little miss. Threatening others with bodily harm is a sign of ignorance and poor breeding," the librarian was saying. "You don't want people thinking you're uneducated, do you?"
The girl looked confused, her face scrunched up in concentration, then she smiled. "Well, ma'am, I doan rightly know much 'bout breedin' an' all an' I hope to learn 'bout it in school." She looked down at Brian. "What I do know is if'n he calls me prissy again, I'm gonna kick his ass."