“You better not fall in love with my sister.”
I never laughed so hard at a threat when I agreed to protect my best friend’s little sister…until she ended up pregnant with my baby.
I take my job very seriously.
I like my life disciplined with no distractions and no drama.
Then she entered my life…
Harper Maxwell is the epitome of a party girl in stilettos looking for the next good time.
She’s young, I get it, but I’d be lying if I didn’t say I’m annoyed after just ten minutes in her presence.
She has a penchant for throwing caution to the wind and a soft spot for a pathetic, man-child who keeps causing chaos in her life.
So when he lays his hands on her and the police get involved, her brother Jimmy asked me to accept the assignment of protecting her.
What I thought was going to be just a quick weekend job of babysitting a party girl has turned into weeks on end of not only trying to keep her safe once her ex is out of jail, but also trying to keep my hands off her petite little body.
She’s made it clear she thinks it’s a fun game to tease me—to tempt me into wanting to wreck her little body but she has no idea who she’s messing with.
I tried to resist, or maybe I didn’t. But either way I fucked up—I had a taste and now I want more.
No matter how hard I try to get her to see that her ex is a dangerous asshole who needs to be put in his place, she can’t seem to decide between the two of us.
After finding out my fiancé fell in love with my best friend while I was deployed, I swore I’d never fall in love again.
You might think I’m a jaded, coldhearted bastard but I’ve got nothing left to give.
I learned the hard way that life can screw you over in an instant no matter how much good is in your heart or how much good you’ve done.
The last thing I expected when I promised Jimmy I’d protect his sister, is that sometimes it takes falling in love with the wrong person to realize what you truly want in life, especially when it’s about to ripped from your fingertips.
This just might be the first mission I’ve ever failed.
Book Length: Novel – 150-320 Pages
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