Shatter (St. Martin Family Saga: Whiskey Cove) Book 3

Shatter (St. Martin Family Saga: Whiskey Cove) Book 3

by Gina Watson

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Shatter (St. Martin Family Saga: Whiskey Cove) Book 3 by Gina Watson

Logan St. Martin has secrets. For instance, why does he operate a brewery instead of putting his medical license to use? Why is he so unlike the rest of the St. Martin family? Mysteries aside, he is smart and successful in all that he endeavors and he has set his sights on Miss Jessica Hunter, a flame haired goddess who owns the Italian restaurant in town. A business merger is the next item on his agenda.

Jessica Hunter is on a mission. Her child needs a father, a responsible and disciplined man that will make a good role model for her son. Certainly not some irresponsible brute with shaggy hair and facial stubble whose wardrobe consists of flip-flops, cargo shorts, and screen-print T-shirts. However, while her son has need of a father, her body has needs that have gone unfulfilled for over five years and it seems a shame to waste the steamy bronzed hunk of man that is Logan St. Martin.

When their first encounter leads to an unexpected but explosive bout of steamy sex, Logan tells Jessie there's absolutely nothing that can keep him from making her his, including the pits of hell. Too bad Jessie has no intention of following him on his way to eternal damnation.

** This erotic romance novella is intended for adults. Contains explicit sex scenes powered by love and romance between intense characters.**

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148864271
Publisher: Gina Watson
Publication date: 12/07/2013
Series: St. Martin Family Saga: Whiskey Cove , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 88
Sales rank: 490,610
File size: 470 KB

About the Author

I lead a double life. By day I’m training young women to become speech therapists. At night I sip red wine, dial down all distractions, and sink into the fictional worlds I create. Good tunes on my iPod are a must. I get so caught up in my characters that I truly wish the male hero would materialize in the flesh; especially when I see the cover image…I swoon.

I have spent the past several years working as a university instructor. My students are young adult females so I’m constantly running plot lines and book covers by them. They make a great beta team! I love my job at the university but there is something I love even more. . . romance novels. I'll read any genre as long as there are steamy sex scenes and the standard issue HEA ending. Initially I was drawn in by the escape and sweeping emotion of it all, so much so, I began to create my own fictional world.

Since I worked during the day my nights were consumed with writing. I was powerless to stop the stories that wanted to be freed from my mind. I actually started to get mixed up. I would think something I wrote at night was something I had said during the working day and vice versa. My friends were worried for my sanity but I assured them I had not gone mad, I was just writing. Once I started I wrote upwards of 3,000 words per day.

It was in the early millennium when I became brave enough to share my stories with others. I began to post my stories on fiction websites and then something marvelous happened—I was followed by hundreds of eager readers. I loved my followers and their kind words helped motivate me.

These days I am writing books and I’ve learned some things about myself during the process. I like to write series novels because I have trouble letting go. I like a little plot with my romance, erotica, contemporary. Call it what you will, but I have to have a good story in which to sink my teeth. If I start writing a story I have to finish it, even if it’s terrible.

My dog is my muse and when he tilts his forehead at me and blinks his large black eyes questioningly at me, I think he is worried I've been sucked into the wormhole of the very fiction that I write. I appreciate his concern but I have yet to fall down the rabbit hole. Here's to everyone else in my boat, may our voyage become a permanent destination.

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Shatter (St. Martin Family Saga: Whiskey Cove) Book 3 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am so in love with the St. Martin men! Gina makes it so you completely get lost in the story. Her writing is incredible. I read 1-3 but could not find #4 on my nook. I took a chance and sent her a private fb message, she responded almost instantly and hooked me up! Now I can finish them in order!! Can't wait to see what else she comes out with!
sgrass222 More than 1 year ago
I am so glad this author contacted me to read her books, because I love each one of them. The St. Martin Brothers are HOT and they know how to please a woman. With these books, you don't have to worry about all the fluff, the author gets right down to the nitty gritty. Thats how I like it!!  Logan first goes to college and medical school to become a pediatrician once he's board certified, he leaves that behind to run his own brewery. He wants to expand his beer to other venues. He draws up a proposal to go visit Jessica Hunter at her restaurant. Once they see each other theres instant attraction. She's been a single mom for 5 years and is looking for stability for herself and her son. She doesn't think she can get that from Logan. Judging him by his flip flops and cargo shorts, she doesn't feel he is very reliable.  Logan has always felt like an outsider from his family. He doesn't have the St. Martin traits of brown hair and blue eyes. He has his own secrets, but he will find out something that will blow his mind.  Jessica wants a commitment, but Logan can't predict the future. He lives in the moment.  I give this book 5 steamy stars. I can't wait to read about the next St. Martin brother.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
REALLY really enjoyed it. Wonderful characters, I just love this little world of Whiskey Cove and its inhabitants. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loving this series. Can't wait to get started on the next one. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it. Michael is just too precious!!! 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Only 120 pages but it was not a bad read, got me interested in all the family and maybe into reading more of her books but it was not what I was expecting, a little dry, a bit rushed, not that realistic etc. etc..
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chef135 More than 1 year ago
How many nook pages are these books? Stats say roughly 80 pages. Are they short stories?
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Amazing book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awe, really good and sweet story. Loved the characters in this and the way it plays out. Ending is perfect!
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