Molly’s always been the good girl. She goes to work early. She volunteers for overtime. She pays her bills and never buys anything she can’t afford. She never has more than two drinks in a night, and none if she’s driving. She cooks. She cleans. She’s smart and kind and everyone loves her.
But even Molly is bored with herself. She never lets loose or does anything foolish.
Owen lives life by the seat of his pants. He is constantly trying out new things and having new adventures. He lives life to its fullest and loves every minute.
When the two meet, neither can deny the pull. For once in her life, Molly wants to be reckless. For once in his life, Owen wants to be stable. The solution is easy for both of them. Get married.
What Molly sees as a reckless, fun experience, Owen sees as the beginning of the rest of his life. But can they make their lives mesh or will their inherent natures fight when they Go For It?
Excerpt from Go For It
Owen spun her around to face him. Their eyes locked, drawing her closer. He wedged one muscular thigh between her legs. The fabric of his shorts rubbed her inner thighs and made her wet. His eyes were dark, as though he knew exactly what was going on. He moved closer to her, pulling her body tight to his. He throbbed against her hip, his hands exploring her.
One hand went to her hip, the other around her back. One went down, caressing her bare leg, and the other went up, brushing the side of her breast.
She moaned at the contact and pressed herself closer to him, hoping he wouldn’t stop. His hand on her leg drifted ever-so-slightly higher, making her wetter. Before he exposed her, he removed his hand from her leg and cupped her hips, meeting her eyes.
“Tell me to stop, Molly.”
She shook her head. “I don’t want you to stop.”
“Then I’m going to kiss you, Molly.”
“God, yes,” she begged.
His hands cupped her jaw gently and tilted her face up to his. With his eyes holding hers, right up until the last second, he lowered his lips to hers.
And kissed the hell out of her.