Does anybody like those obligatory dances at a wedding reception, the ones where, as a member of the wedding party, you’re forced to slow dance with a specified bridesmaid or groomsman? Well, I know I’d enjoy dancing with the best man at the wedding in ICING ON THE CAKE. Let’s see how Sara likes dancing with the sexy, tattooed, take-charge cop…
“Get your hand off my ass, lawman.”
“Only way that’s happening is if I put it somewhere better.” He tugged her closer, easily overpowering her resistance, and getting one hundred percent hard in the process. “Is that what you want, troublemaker? Me to hike your dress up and slide my hand between your legs right here, with everybody watching?”
Weddings can be so much fun, can’t they? 😉
ICING ON THE CAKE is Book 2 in the Close to Home series, but can be read as a standalone.
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ICING ON THE CAKE
Close to Home, Book 2
Nia and Conn’s wedding will be fairytale perfect…if their siblings can get along.
Free-spirited, anti-establishment Sara has always been on the outside of her family’s fairytale mold. Now she’s being forced smack into the middle of it at her sister Nia’s wedding. Alongside the cocky and annoyingly sexy best man—Conn’s cop brother.
Curtis doesn’t buy in to organized romance and fairytales. But for his brother, he’ll throw on a tux and fake it for a few hours. His flak vest would have been a better choice around the maid of honor. He should have brought his handcuffs too, because somebody needs to restrain the dark-haired spitfire—and he’s just the man for the job.
One night to indulge the spark between them, then goodbye—that was the agreement. Curtis isn’t looking for a relationship and he sure doesn’t want a troublemaker for a girlfriend. The last thing Sara needs in her daily life is a cop looking over her shoulder, no matter how hot he is.
But giving in to their chemistry is much more fun than giving it up…