EXCERPT: ‘JUST RIGHT for ME’

My new story from Blushing Books!

Mia wanted a second chance with Ross, but her hopes were dashed when she saw him with another woman. Imagine her surprise when he shows up at her house the next morning…he even put a pot of coffee on;)

Bleary eyed from lack of sleep Mia stumbled to the bathroom for a quick shower. She dried her body with a large, thirsty towel and went back into the bedroom. Opening her dresser drawer, she pulled out a pair of underwear and bra. The scent of freshly brewed coffee teased her nostrils and she snagged a pair of jeans from the bottom of her closet and quickly slipped a sweatshirt over her head. Becky must have stopped by and decided to share a cup of coffee. She headed for the kitchen only to stop dead in her tracks when she saw Ross sitting at the table.

Her heart hammered in her chest and her face flushed hot. “Ross, how did you get in
here?” She didn’t wait for an answer. “Damn that Becky! She gave you the key to my apartment,
didn’t she?” Mia stomped to the small table by the door and rummaged through her purse for her
cell phone. Becky most definitely deserved an earful for this latest stunt. She swung around and
smacked face first into a hard wall of male flesh.
She stumbled backward, and would have fallen on her butt if Ross hadn’t caught her by
the waist. He pried the phone from her fingers and tossed it on the couch. “What do you think
you’re doing?” She dove for the couch, but Ross picked her up and hoisted her over his shoulder.
“Put me down, you big ape. I’ll murder Becky.”

Ross carried her to the kitchen and dumped her unceremoniously in a chair. She
immediately shot to her feet. His hand landed on her shoulder and pushed her back down. He
shook his finger in a condescending manner. “No, you will not. Being pissed at Becky isn’t
going to solve anything. I wanted to talk to you privately. I had a feeling you’d give me a hard
time, so I asked Becky for the key. I’ll have you know she threatened to kick my ass if I hurt you.
Now, stay put while I get us both a cup of coffee.”

Ross handed Mia her cup. She took it without looking at him and automatically added
some sugar and creamer. At a loss for words, she sat there as he moved around the kitchen. She
never expected him to show up after seeing him yesterday with the blonde piranha latched onto
his arm. She had spent a sleepless night as images of Connie in his arms replayed over and over
in her head until she had been ready to scream.

BLURB:

Mia Adam’s disapproved of her sister’s Domestic Discipline marriage, but when her old flame comes back to town and suggests they give domestic discipline a whirl she changes her mind.  She still regrets the day she had lost her temper and sent Ross Garrison running for the hills.  She’d do anything for a second chance.

          Ross Garrison returned to Pennsylvania to attend his aunt’s funeral and hopefully get a second chance with the woman who had stolen his heart so long ago. Mia possessed a temper to rival the devil and had a penchant for jumping to conclusions, but Ross was no longer the young man who avoided drama as much as possible. He had matured during his stint in the Marines and was quite capable of taming his wildcat with a good old-fashioned spanking or two.

          Mia’s childhood lacked love and discipline and the uncle she thought would always be there for her had betrayed her in the worst possible way. Could she put aside her trust issues and allow Ross to know what was good for her even though her bottom would more than likely suffer the consequences?

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