Trouble [NOOK Book]

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Wil is the new sherriff's deputy in town, a job he likes, especially when he meets Max on a routine call. He thinks Max is unbelievably sexy and wants to get to know him better. A lot better. Max is pretty much trouble with a capital T. He has trouble keeping jobs, gets into fights in bars, and does all sorts of other things a law abiding man might not approve of. He can hardly believe his luck when he and Wil hook up, sure he'll screw up their relationship like he does everthing else. Can these two survive all ...
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Overview

Wil is the new sherriff's deputy in town, a job he likes, especially when he meets Max on a routine call. He thinks Max is unbelievably sexy and wants to get to know him better. A lot better. Max is pretty much trouble with a capital T. He has trouble keeping jobs, gets into fights in bars, and does all sorts of other things a law abiding man might not approve of. He can hardly believe his luck when he and Wil hook up, sure he'll screw up their relationship like he does everthing else. Can these two survive all the trouble that finds them and make a life together?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000098844
  • Publisher: Torquere Press
  • Publication date: 5/10/2006
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 653,860
  • File size: 164 KB

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Max knocked back another shot, hooking his boots in the barstool.

Fucking place was rocking. Loud.

Too fucking cool.

Some drunk-assed cowboy bumped into him, not just once, but twice. Asshole. "Back the fuck off, man. I ain't that short."

"Fuck you, boy. 'Fore you get your ass kicked."

Oh, Hell yeah. He slammed his shot glass down, turned around, decked the fat motherfucker right in the mouth. Sent the bastard flying, too.

Fucking cool.

Well, 'til the bastard's buddy whacked his back with a pool cue. "Prick!"

Helen's voice, low and smoky, rang through the bar. "I'm calling the cops! Y'all best run."

"Actually, I'm already here," said a soft voice, and a hand landed on his shoulder.

"Oh, fuck." He ducked another punch, tried to slip between a couple goat-ropers heading for the road.

"Hey!" His belt was grabbed and he was pulled around. The deputy frowning at him was young. Pretty eyes. "You want to add resisting arrest?"

"No, sir. I'm not resisting." Fuck. Fuck. Bastard.

"Then why don't you come outside with me and tell me why you punched that man?" Fuck, the deputy was soft spoken.

"Depending on which one, because I got pushed and hit with a pool cue." Man, he didn't need to spend the night in the jail.

"Are you saying they started it?" The deputy's voice sounded even quieter once they were out of the bar, the hand on his arm deceptively gentle.

"I didn't just find me a cowboy and start whaling on him. I was sitting and drinking. Ask Helen."

"I will."

The back door of the patrol car opened and he was gently pushed down, ass in the seat, legs still outside. The deputy pulled out a pad of paper anda pen and leaned against the car. "Your name?"

"Max Killian." Shit.

"I'm Wilson Crow. I just got hired on. You live around here?"

"Sometimes, yeah. My sister's Jeannie Hooper. I'm staying with them."

"And where's that at?"

He blinked. "Above Hooper's Furniture. On First and Green."

"Phone number?"

He gave his cell number. Jeannie'd cut his balls off if he gave the cops her number.

"Do you know the names of the guys you hit? The ones that ran?"

"Nah. We weren't friends." Like he'd squeal.

"All right. Well, as they aren't here to press charges, and I only saw what happened from the other side of the bar, I'm going to drive you home and suggest you not slug at people in bars in the future."

"Yes, sir. Thank you." Fucking A. He damn near did a butt wiggle dance.

Damn near.

"Okay, in you get, then." Damn, those lashes were long, those eyes a real pretty brown. So pretty. Nice chin, too.

Kissable.

Deputy Crow leaned down toward him. "You have to put your legs in the car, Mr. Killian."

"Oh. Right. Sorry." He grinned. "Had a couple."

"I know. That's why you're not driving." Oh, that smile was ... pretty devastating.

"Exactly. So very definitely not driving."

Crow chuckled. "Get in the car, Max."

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    Great read

    Great story and characters, plus lots and lots of hot sex!

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