Who knew moving on could be so hard?
It’s been years since I lost my wife, and I’m ready. To move on, to start over, to see my dreams come true. Our dreams. The brewery we always planned to start is finally up and running, and I’m ready for someone to share it with.
Scarlett caught my eye the day we met, but the timing was off. We were both working too many hours, and even though we had chemistry, it wasn’t enough to pull us away from survival mode we were both in.
Now, things are different. We have time, and the Hawaiian nights aren’t the only things making me sweat. The curvy, sexy, redhead who tears me up day and night is making it hard to imagine a life without her in it.
As long as I don’t screw it up.
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Excerpt from Mainland vs. Island
“You’re still driving me crazy, Scarlett.”
I grinned. “That’s the point. Maybe I can get you to kiss me.”
“All you have to do is ask, beautiful.”
“Kiss me, Mack.”
“That wasn’t a question,” he teased.
“Nope. I’m not giving you the option to say no.”
He leaned forward and licked the upper swell of my breast. “I won’t say no. You could ask me to do just about anything right now and I’d do it for you.”
He nipped my flesh, making me yelp in surprise. Then he laved his tongue over it. He kissed his way up to my collarbone and trailed open-mouthed kisses over my neck.
“Kiss me, Mack. Please.”