Book 1, Once and Forever
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"Perfect spontaneous combustion material. I was all smiles and giggles, until suddenly - bam - tears started flowing and the sob-fest commenced." - The Book Enthusiast Book Blog
After another painful breakup, Laney Temple finally understands that love is a fairytale and sex rarely comes with a happy ending. She's too busy for it right now anyway—she has a business to run, art to create, and candy to crush. Eventually she'll be ready to switch from her plastic-or-silicon lover to a flesh-and-blood one. But before that happens, she needs to be sure she won't feel any of those annoying emotions that make her heart do things it wasn't meant to do...
Carson Bennett is completely upfront about what he wants, and it has nothing to do with Laney's heart. Her lips? Hell yeah. Other parts of her body? You better f*cking believe it. But her heart? Nope, not even a little. Until it does...a lot. But having feelings for someone isn't allowed. It's the kind of thing you're supposed to push down deep and cover up with one-night stands, sarcasm, and booze...
Two people want the same thing—a commitment to nothing more than great sex in a bunch of different positions. Simple. Enjoyable. A win-win. Problem is, those two people have families and fears and pain that spill into every moment of their lives, control what they do and who they are. And if either Carson or Laney can't free themselves from the past, they'll both be pulled under by it.
**DARKER WATER is a standalone contemporary romance (no cliffhanger)
Love Carson! Love Laney's sarcastic mouth!
Do yourself a favor. READ IT!!!
Loved Laney. In love with Carson. Perfect love story between two imperfect people!
To read it is to love it!
Carson and Lane are so good together
Great Love Story with lots of laughs and old fashioned courting. It's a full story and takes you through their journey to find each other. It's quite adorable and has serious storylines as well, woven in this book. I would recommend reading this book.