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Now I have to admit this is my 3rd week participating. The 1st week I didn’t really know what I was doing and just picked six from anywhere in the book. Since then I’ve decided to post in story order. So, sorry for any confusion, as the first week should’ve actually been something I posted in the 4th or 5th week 🙂
This is from a scene in my book Some Like it in Handcuffs which is being released by The Wild Rose Press both in print and ebook format. Release date pending This is from the end of the 2nd chapter after Judson (a detective and the hot hero…YUM), meets Sunny (the sassy heroine who is a PI). Her family, all involved in some aspect of law enforcement, have tricked her into accepting Judson’s help on a cold case to keep her safe, or so they think *wink*. After they meet (the six from last week), Judson is alone and realizes he’s in trouble.
He’d be the first to fail a lie detector test if he didn’t admit he found her extremely attractive, but he’d also be first in line at a firing squad if he didn’t keep his distance. Her brothers were protective. Another detective, especially one that wasn’t planning to stick around, wouldn’t top their list as a potential date for their little sister.
Date. He shook his head to clear that word from his mind.
The case should be his one and only focus.
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