Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Daring Dylan by Jacie Floyd

When a man is desperate and has needs he's not afraid to lay it on the line so his woman can understand, "you say stop, we stop. But nothing else in this world will keep me from having you right here, right now. Not raccoons, fires, acts of God, atomic bombs, or even your grandmother at your door will be able to distract me." Dylan is such a poet at times, "nope," he assured her, rubbing his palm against her tummy. "The only difference will be in timing. If you're knocked up, I want to get married next week. If you're not, we can wait until next month." I really liked this book and Dylan.

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