the wheel and drive us off a bridge.” He backed me toward the car, one imposing
step at a time.
difficult, mostly because I was so tired. My back pressed against the driver’s
side door, and Tamir towered over me. His body pressed against mine, our faces
inches apart, and his hands caging me in on either side.
can watch helplessly as I throw you in the back seat, but I am not letting you
kill us both by driving right now. So, what’s it going to be?” His voice purred
across my skin, igniting my body in a lusty heat and making my lips swell with
the need to press against his.
earlier, and I didn’t want to chance running off the road. Accidentally killing
myself would put a real kink in my plan to stay alive. I’d have to put some
small degree of trust in Tamir and hope that he was telling me the truth. Even
if he did reroute our course, it was better than being in a car accident.
thudding at the base of my neck, then he lowered his face to the side of mine
until his lips ghosted across the skin behind my ear. I immediately turned my
face away—to escape him or to allow him access, I wasn’t sure.
then released it on a shaky exhale of practiced restraint. Wariness battled
with longing. Frustration collided with curiosity, each of us lost in our own
silent, internal war until restraint won out.
while molten need pooled deep in my belly. The source of his struggle was a
mystery to me, but its presence was evident in the cataclysmic heat of his
devouring me, but I was too overwhelmed to meet his eyes. I stumbled around to
the passenger side and slipped inside. It took a solid ten minutes for my heart
to stop throwing a rave in my chest.
job as an attorney and dedicated her days to churning out romantic adventures.
She likes to think of her books as contemporary romance with a touch of
fantasy—at its core, her writing is about the connection between two people.
Sometimes that connection involves a little magic…
steamy tension, and deliciously assertive leading men. There are no guarantees
in life, but with her books, you know everything will work out in the end.
However, a perfect ending would not be nearly as satisfying without a seemingly
insurmountable challenge. Jill loves to add plenty of adversity in her stories,
creating unforgettably dynamic characters and sneaky plot twists you will never
calendars for her three active children and occasionally spends an evening with
her dashing husband. Aside from being an author and a mom, she’s a travel
junkie and loves to read when she is not lost in her own stories.