The Twisted Road Home by K.B. Barrett is set to release on April 22, 2022!
She grew up in the perfect American family.
He’s from the wrong side of the tracks.
She’s just starting out in life.
He’s got baggage from his past dragging him down.
She believes marriage is a joke.
He’s been waiting for someone like her his whole life.
She needs someone to help her believe in love.
He needs someone who will never give up.
Can two people finally let their guard down enough to grab ahold of what is in front of them, and learn
to never let go? And what happens when forces outside their control try to rip them apart?
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She glanced out of the corner of her eye as Branson’s hands ran over his chest, the soap and water adding to an image that she was never going to forget.
That man and his body were going to be the death of her.
But she would love every minute of it.
Her phone buzzed, and she looked down to see another text from Tracey.
“We’re going to be late,” she called loud enough that he could hear her over the water
“It’s your fault,” he said, tilting his head back and rinsing his hair out.
“Excuse me! Why is it my fault? If I remember right, you’re the one that started it.” She tried to fight her smile.
“Well, if you hadn’t been looking so fucking delicious, I wouldn’t have had to f—k you on the porch.”
Her cheeks went red.
“F—k,” he muttered, turning off the water and opening the curtain.
She turned to him, resting her hip against the counter to watch him, his chest glistening with soapy water, and he smirked at her like he knew exactly what he did to her.
She grabbed a towel and walked up to him, letting her hips sway. His heated eyes watched as she leaned into him and licked his wet chest.
The moan that came from him was almost as good as the lick itself.
Then she tossed the towel in his face
“Get ready. You know Tracey’s hell on wheels when people are late.”
“You’re going to pay for that later,” he said with a smirk, a light in his eyes. She winked at him, enjoying his chuckle, knowing that she wouldn’t mind paying that due.
Not one bit.
“Bring it on, honey,” she said, laughing, as she walked out of the bathroom.
K.B Barrett lives in western Michigan with her wonderful husband and three kids. Her love of books started early, due to her grandmother who was an avid reader and encouraged her to love books. Eventually she had too many ideas and so she started writing her own books. She loves camping with her husband, traveling to new destinations, and enjoying coffee in one of her many colorful mugs.
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