The one man who can satisfy her deepest, most secret urges is the one she'll have to stay away from.

Tara Duncan has been aching to have sex with her colleague, Jay, for six long months. He oozes the sort of delicious, wicked virility that would satisfy cravings her conservative exes could not. The steamy fantasies she entertains on a daily basis leave her even more sexually frustrated. Attraction sizzles like a live wire between them and Jay has made his interest in her plain ...

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The one man who can satisfy her deepest, most secret urges is the one she'll have to stay away from.

Tara Duncan has been aching to have sex with her colleague, Jay, for six long months. He oozes the sort of delicious, wicked virility that would satisfy cravings her conservative exes could not. The steamy fantasies she entertains on a daily basis leave her even more sexually frustrated. Attraction sizzles like a live wire between them and Jay has made his interest in her plain enough. Problem is, there's something going on between him and another colleague and Tara has no intention of becoming trophy number two.

Jay Moretti has wanted Tara ever since he met her. Her green eyes gleam with a restless flame that begs to be stoked. Lately, though, her vibes have cooled several degrees and he has no idea why. Good thing the new project will require frequent meetings with his curvy colleague—ones he plans to keep very private.

Reader Advisory: The book contains one scene of dubious consent.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780857156099
  • Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/25/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 36
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Evie Balos has a soft spot for anything romantic. She picked up her first romance book at the age of fourteen and soon after developed a keen desire to write professionally. After trying her hand at traditional romance, she decided her sweet stories needed some spice and kicked it up a notch with edgier, more sensual characters. Evie's stories are set in contemporary and paranormal worlds.When she's not writing, she enjoys traveling across Canada—her native home—spending time with her wonderful family, reading everything from spy novels to newspapers, and participating in little adventures like rafting. When it comes to food, her ultimate indulgence is sushi and dark chocolate.
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Tara Duncan walked into her office and leant over her desk to pick up a client folder and her agenda. She looked longingly at the comfy chair, wishing she could ease into it for just a short while. Her office wasn’t much—a small room with a view of the neighbouring building’s rooftop—but she’d always preferred a private work space to an open-concept area. She often spent half the day in the studio managing projects that the graphic artists and the quality assurance team were working on, or sitting in someone else’s office for a meeting.

A brief knock made her turn around and her pulse jumped, as it always did whenever she saw Jay Moretti. The account executive was a stunning package of powerful, toned muscles and handsome, Mediterranean looks. He was blessed with rugged masculinity, from the mischievous, smoky grey depths of his eyes, to the strong line of his nose and the stubborn angle of his square jaw. For Tara, his most blatantly sensual feature was his mouth. The wide, full contours evoked shameless erotic images if she dared to look at them for too long, resulting in a rush of heat to every erogenous zone of her body.

His mouth curved into a knowing smile, because a man like Jay was intimately familiar with female body language and, however hard she tried to control her reaction to him, he could pick up on the smallest things. Like the colour that she knew was seeping into her cheeks now. He knew the effect he had on her—had told her so last month in this very office.

“Tara, I just wanted to let you know that Etnex has approved the final proofs, so those are good to go.”

She attempted a subtle appraisal of him, taking in the broad shoulders that filled out a crisp, white shirt and the powerful thighs that pushed against relaxed-fit jeans. She tried to block out her body’s stirrings. “That’s great, thanks.”

His gaze swept over her, lingering for a few seconds on her breasts. Her nipples tightened and she fought the urge to press the objects in her hands to her chest.

Attraction sizzled between them like a live wire. No denying that. They just hadn’t acted on it. And she wanted to act on her impulse so badly she ached. Not a day went by that she didn’t fantasise about various inappropriate scenarios, like pulling him into the supply room so he could take her standing up against a rack of boxes, or bent forwards over her desk...

She’d been feeling like this for six long months. Almost since the day they had met, and even when she’d been dating her ex, a conservative engineer. Unfortunately, conservative hadn’t translated well in the bedroom, often leaving her unfulfilled.

Jay, though, ravished her with his gaze alone—a virile predator, that’s what he was. Heat liquefied in her pussy and she grimaced, knowing she’d stained another pair of panties. In all her professional life, she’d never been so aroused by a colleague, never been so sexually aware of anyone. A fact that infuriated her, because just last week Tara had almost collided with a furious Rebecca Levitt, who was storming out of Jay’s office while fastening the top buttons of her shirt. Tara wasn’t born yesterday, and she had her pride. She wasn’t going to become an addition to his current office affairs. The worst of it was the disappointment and the jealousy she still felt, because up until that incident she’d thought his interest in her was exclusive.

She gave herself a mental shake and pushed out an uneven breath. “I have a meeting.”

His wide frame was blocking the doorway. “Tara, when are we going to have that dinner?”

He had some nerve. She was tempted to ask if he’d bring Rebecca along, but that would mean exposing some raw feelings. “I don’t date colleagues.” There. That should discourage him. She saw the flash of frustration in his eyes and pressed on. “Now, can you move out of the way so I can get through?”

Their gazes waged a silent battle for a long moment before the corner of his mouth hooked upwards. He leant against the door frame. “Go ahead.”

Her nose flared as she fought back the unattractive word that threatened to escape. The man was impossible. With a determined tilt to her chin, she crossed the room and brushed past him, picking up a whiff of the tantalising aqua notes of his cologne. As she walked down the hall, his gaze burnt twin spots on her backside.

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