|Publisher:||Epicenter Press, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.65(d)|
About the Author
Lisa K. Nielsen was born and raised in West Dundee, Illinois, a small town forty-five miles northwest of Chicago. She graduated from Iowa State University with a degree in zoology, then studied to be a physician's assistant in Iowa City. For many years now, she has worked in the field of urology, which allows her time to write and read. She e-published her first novel, At Second Sight, in August 2013. Lisa loves to travel is a long-suffering fan of all the Chicago sports teams. She also enjoys cooking, baking, and spending time with her dog. For more information, go to lisaknielsen.blogspot.com.
Read an Excerpt
“Wait a minute. I thought you were dating that dumb jock quarterback.”
“Kevin Whatley? Yeah, I was, but we broke up right before New Year’s. He was pissed because I wouldn’t sleep with him.”
Joe nodded solemnly. “He must have loved you very much.”
Lexi laughed and lightly punched him on the shoulder. “So, do you remember Amy Rodgers’ New Year’s Eve party?”
Joe stroked his chin thoughtfully. “Amy Rodgers … New Year’s Eve ….” He snapped his fingers. “Yes, Amy Rodgers’ New Year’s Eve party!”
Lexi rolled her eyes. “Okay, shut up. Well, Kevin was there and being an asshole, so I decided to piss him off by making out with you.”
Joe’s brow furrowed. “Was I at this party? Because I’m pretty sure I would have remembered making out with you.”
“You were there, but every time I saw you, you headed off in the other direction. You totally blew me off.”
“Well, that’s not how I remember it. I would have taken you up on your offer, but steroid boy Kevin would have beaten the shit out of me.”
Lexi laughed again. She couldn’t remember the last time she’d had so much fun. “Oh, God. Please. You don’t even remember.”
“No, I do. I do remember.”
“Joe, it’s fine. You don’t have to humor me.”
Joe inched closer to her. “I’m not humoring you. And I can prove it.”
Joe closed his eyes for a moment. “You were wearing these tight black jeans with high-heeled boots.” He opened his eyes. “And this slinky sleeveless top that was all shiny and sparkly.”
Lexi gasped and covered her mouth with her hand.
“And your blonde hair was all long and sexy and sleek, and you had some glittery stuff in it.”
Lexi flattened her palm on his chest. “Oh my God. You do remember.”
“Of course I do. I sorta had a crush on you too.”
Her breath caught as Joe’s eyes flashed. His chest was warm and firm beneath her palm. “No way.”
Joe leaned in and whispered, “Way.”
Lexi was mesmerized by his lips as they moved in on hers, feeling helpless to stop him. Not really wanting to stop him. He kissed her softly, his lips burning hot. She melted under them as he cupped the back of her head and stroked his tongue inside her mouth. Lexi moaned with need, her body tingling, surprised at her reaction. The last time she’d been instantly aroused by a kiss was … never.
Stroking her fingers up his chest, she wrapped her arm around his neck and kissed him back. Their tongues tangled as they moved closer together. Her skin was hot and tight where Joe clutched her hip. What is going on with me? This never happened when she was with Brian. Oh, God! Brian!
Lexi tore her lips away from Joe’s.