Wednesday, September 30, 2015
The Good, the Bad, and the Vampire by Sara Humphreys
Trixie loves testing her man, "she wiggled her hips against the hard length of him. “Like I’ve been telling you,” she whispered. “I can handle myself. By the looks of it, I can handle you too, cowboy.” Dakota is a reasonable man, “fine by me, darlin’.” He whisked over and planted a firm kiss on her lips before smacking her butt. “But turnabout is fair play. If I’m naked, then so are you and I won’t keep it to lookin’. There’ll be lots of touchin’. But we are burnin’ moonlight. Let’s get a move on and see if you can find your rock pyramid before the sun comes up.” I enjoyed this book Dakota knew how to handle his woman.