Dream Girl [MultiFormat]
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eBook by Kelly Jamieson
eBook Category: Romance
eBook Description: Zach Montgomery has met his dream girl. Ashlyn plays pool, she's smart and gorgeous, she even drinks beer--she's the girl of his dreams. Until she disappears just when things are heating up between them. Ashlyn Farrell works part time as a sex decoy for her father's investigation company. When she meets Zach she's on a job, hired by his wife to see if he'll cheat on her. For the first time in Ashlyn's life, she's wildly attracted to a mark. But the sexy, charming brewmaster is a lying, cheating snake--he even gives her a fake name. When Ashlyn and Zach end up working together, she discovers she's made a huge mistake. The attraction between them is growing into something more. But what will happen when he finds out how badly she's screwed up and how many people she's hurt?
eBook Publisher: The Wild Rose Press, Inc./Champagne Rose
Fictionwise Release Date: March 2009
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She shook her head. "That's okay," she murmured. "There are lots of people around." They stood there, looking at each other, sexual tension snapping between them. The urgent hunger he felt for her made him lean down for another kiss. This time, standing face to face rather than sitting on barstools, he could put his arms around her and pull her against him. God, she felt good in his arms, all warm and soft, her curves fitting his harder body perfectly, her fresh fruity scent filling his head. He kissed her, a long, deep, swallowing kiss, open-mouthed, tongues sliding, body pressed to body. Everything inside him drew up tighter until he thought he was going to combust right there on the sidewalk. He pulled back to stare at her. Ashlyn, too, was breathing in shallow pants, her eyes drown-in-me liquid and hot.
She touched his cheek. "I'll meet you at my place."
Zach nodded, brushed his mouth over hers again, and then smiled as she slowly, almost dreamily moved away from him. He watched her walk down the street and around the corner.
And that was the last he saw of her.