Tess Newart recognizes Curran instantly. How could she not? Back in college she tied this former frat boy to the bed with her argyle socks! That sizzling one-night stand was the only indiscretion Tess ever allowed herself. She has survived law school so far, despite being pushed to succeed by her overbearing father. Now that she’s interning on a major case against a ruthless crime boss, she won’t jeopardize her career by giving in to temptation again. She just never expected temptation to look so damn hot in uniform.
Tess knows her father has other plans for her, and they don’t include Curran. But soon she’s falling for him all over again. And when danger emerges, Curran will prove just how good a bad-boy cop can be.
“[Cecy] Robson’s O’Brien family has the hottest brothers ever! . . . It’s impossible not to keep your fingers crossed for an HEA, but the author knows exactly what she’s doing as readers hold their breath during this roller-coaster ride of passion.”—RT Book Reviews
“If you love a hot alpha male with a badge, you’ll love Cecy Robson’sOnce Kissed.”—New York Times bestselling author Claudia Connor
“A delightful and sensual read with a cheeky hero and a sharp heroine.”—Heroes and Heartbreakers
“A riotous hit.”—Addicted to Happily Ever After
“Robson proves once again that she can sweep us off our feet with a fun, romantic tale. . . . [Once Kissed] is another must-read. I thoroughly enjoyed this novel.”—Rainy Day Ramblings
“[Robson] truly is a talented writer who never ceases to amaze me with her words.”—My Guilty Obsession
Adult and Contemporary author of the Shattered Past series, the O’Brien Family
novels, and the award winning author of the Weird Girls Urban Fantasy Romance
series. A self-proclaimed professional napper, Cecy counts among her talents a
jaw-dropping knowledge of useless trivia, the ability to make her hair big, and
a knack for breaking into song, despi4e her family’s vehement protests. A
full-time writer, registered nurse, wife, and mother living in the South, Cecy
enjoys spending time with her family and silencing the yappy characters in her
head by telling their stories.