Skirt Chaser by Stacey Kennedy Release Blast with giveaway

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Sometimes, Love gets filthy 

 

SKIRT CHASER

Filthy Dirty Love #2

Stacey Kennedy

Releasing Aug 8, 2017

 

Love gets filthy in this new erotic

romance by USA Today bestselling author, Stacey Kennedy.

Greyson

Crawford works hard by day and plays even harder at night. And he understands

and obeys the rules of the game. One, don’t mix business and pleasure. Two,

employees are off-limits. So, he’s been eagerly counting down the days until

interior designer, Evie Richards is no longer under contract with his Seattle

architecture firm. But when that day comes, he realizes there are more

obstacles in his way. The biggest…Evie herself.

 

Until Evie

gets asked to be the maid-of-honor in her best friend’s destination wedding,

and Evie needs a date. The circumstances are perfect for Greyson to set his

plan of seduction into motion. He will happily play the boyfriend for the

weeklong wedding event, if Evie will surrender to his every command and play in

his bed.

For Evie,

it’s all fun and games until Greyson’s first touch; then she begins to question

what’s real. She knows better than to fall for a guy like Greyson—a skirt

chasing ladies’ man—but with every slow caress and kinky adventure, she

realizes that Greyson knows what he wants, and it isn’t just her body

surrendering to him…it’s her heart.

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When Janet headed back to her desk outside of Grey’s office, he looked back to the black screen on the phone. What kind of thoughtless friend would not only date an ex but then ask you to stand up for the wedding? There had to be more to the story.

Determined to get to the bottom of it, and erase those tears the bastards had caused, he kept Evie’s phone in his hand and then moved down the hallway, looking for her. Midway down the corridor, he noticed that his CFO’s assistant, Trina, was glancing at the women’s washroom. “Did Evie go in there?” he asked Trina when he reached her.

“Yeah,” Trina said with a soft nod. “She seemed upset.”

Grey glanced at the closed black door with the woman’s washroom logo. “Is anyone else in there?”

“I can’t be sure since I haven’t really been paying attention, but I don’t think so.”

Good enough for him. “I’d appreciate it if you could ensure that no one else goes in until I come out.”

Trina didn’t even bat an eye. “Yes, sir.”

Of course, she wouldn’t. Grey was her boss, and this was certainly none of her business. Even if his company had typical office gossip, and he knew word of this would get around, no one would ever dare chatter to his face.

Intent and careful to take his time not to scare any other employees in the restroom, he entered the simple and modern bathroom with the five stalls. Only one door was closed, and there was no one at the sink, so he moved toward the vanity and leaned against it. Hands shoved into his pockets, he stared at the closed door, giving Evie the time she needed. That’s when he heard her soft cries, and with those pained noises, something inside of him tensed.

It was a sensation strong enough to make him question what it was about this woman that drew him in so intently. She’d gotten a grip on his mind and body so tightly that he pondered her situation, and his, and what he could do about both. He’d become so lost in his thoughts that he didn’t realize she’d opened the door until she was leaving the stall and striding out.

Head down, she hadn’t noticed him yet, so he called out to her, “Evie.”

A scream ripping from her throat, hands pressing against her chest. “Holy shit!”

He couldn’t help but chuckle. “I’m sorry for scaring you.” His amusement washed away when he took a good look at her face. There was so much pain there. He didn’t like it.

The shock from her face slowly faded. “Why are you in here?” she asked.

“To return your phone to you.” He moved to her, watching her following his every step. The heat in her eyes was instant, and that’d always been the problem. She wanted him. Christ, did she want him, he could tell. But she was smart and clever, never one to cross the

professional line either. She was also a good girl, who likely needed love before sex. Maybe that was the real reason she didn’t ever cross the line. Maybe it was less about the job and more about protecting her heart from a guy that screamed danger. He could understand why

Though he never was a man who took the easy road, and he sure as shit liked a challenge. He stared into her gorgeous eyes, and a plan formed. One that got him what he wanted, and yet would benefit her, too. He’d never been a sly or shady guy, but he was a good businessman. And that meant using a situation to his advantage.

“So, that’s it. You got out the good cry you needed to,” he said to her, and he liked the way her lips parted when he leaned in toward her; it showed him just how much she yearned for his kiss. “Your ex is marrying your best friend,” he added. “He’s an asshole. She’s a bitch. This is happening, but it’s how you deal with it that truly matters.”

“He’s not an asshole,” she said softly, shaking her head. “And she’s not a bitch. I’ve helped plan their wedding for the last year, and I’m happy for them. I think…maybe it hadn’t sunk in or something.” She drew in a deep breath, releasing it out her nose and added with a soft smile, “But I’m better now. I’m sorry I fell apart out there.”

“One, I disagree with you,” he retorted sternly. “I’m not convinced these aren’t terrible people. And two, do not apologize that their selfishness hurt you. In fact, I’d say it’s time to get revenge, don’t you think?”

The side of her mouth arched slightly. He noted her long exhale, and he knew that had nothing to do with emotions. That it was this push and pull thing going on between them. Call it chemistry, intensity, whatever, it was as addictive as it was captivating. “How exactly do I do that?” She grabbed a paper towel, got it a bit wet with cold water, and then began wiping off her makeup, adding, “Murder them?” She gave him her sexy smile that pooled heat in his groin.

Grey chuckled, leaning his hip against the counter. “Perhaps that’s a bit extreme. Murder means jail time, and you going away is definitely not what I want.”

She slowly glanced at him then, cheeks flushing pink, and the dilation of her pupils was obvious. That look had snagged him the very first day after his COO hired her to design the lobby of the interior of their latest multi-million-dollar high-rise.

Now, the look intensified, hardening his cock, centering his mind on all the wicked things he’d like to do to her. He stepped toward her, as she spun around, leaning against the

counter, wide eyes on him. There was something about her, maybe her innocence, maybe this unexplainable connection that had only grown since he worked alongside her, but it captured him in an unbreakable spell.

 

Don’t miss more Filthy Dirty Love

 

USA Today bestselling author Stacey Kennedy has written more

than 30 romances, including titles in her wildly hot Club Sin, Dirty Little

Secrets, and Filthy Dirty Love series. Her books are about real

people with real-life problems, searching for that special thing we call

love…in a very sexy way. When she’s not burning up the pages and setting

e-readers ablaze, she’s living her happily ever after with her husband and two

young children in southwestern Ontario. She’s a firm believer that wine,

chocolate, and sinfully sexy books can cure all of life’s problems.

 

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