Thwarting Cupid [MultiFormat]
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eBook by Lori Crawford
eBook Category: Romance/Fantasy
eBook Description: When good cupids go bad... Carissa Langston is a perfectly lovely woman, so she can't figure out why she's always been single. The higher ups at Cupid Headquarters are wondering the same thing. What none of them knows is that Quincy, her assigned cupid, fancies himself in love with her. He doesn't think anyone will ever be good enough for her--especially not that James "Hutch" Hutchington person. Who cares if the man is really Carissa's soul mate? When Carissa and Hutch run into one another after years apart, sparks fly. Quincy does some fancy cupiding to keep them apart--no matter the cost. Can Carissa and Hutch thwart cupid and reach their happily ever after? WARNING: Cupid hijinks, sexy chemistry between soul mates, and adult content. A Lyrical press Fantasy Romance
eBook Publisher: Lyrical Press, Inc., Published: 2012, 2012
Fictionwise Release Date: July 2012
She blew out a breath and flung her arm over her eyes. If she was ever confronted with what to do when Hutch was around, she had to remember one simple word: nothing. That's what she'd do. Easy as pie.
Then she remembered how well hung he'd been in her dream and compared it to what she'd felt this morning when she'd woken up. She groaned. What was the word? She'd just come up with it. Crap! She needed to remember it before he walked back in the door bearing food that she'd enjoy smearing all over his body and using him like a six foot three table. What was she was supposed to do?
"Hey there. Glad to see you're still relaxing." Carissa whipped her head toward the door where Hutch was just letting himself in. She hadn't even heard him turn the deadbolt. He stepped inside and set some of the bags on the floor while he kicked off his shoes. This time, they were sandals. He'd changed clothing. The khakis and dress shirt had been replaced by basketball shorts and a t-shirt. She noticed that his hair was still a little damp. He must have run home to shower. He hadn't shaved, though. His jaw looked sexy and rugged.
Carissa groaned. What was that word again?