Four years of celibacy have turned Hunter Miles into a predator—a dangerous man. He's horny. Hard. And coming home from college, he never expected to find Bailey Jones so tempting.
It's an instant infatuation.
She's the one woman he shouldn't want—his little sister's best friend. The last time he saw her she was a knobby-kneed little girl, but what welcomed him home was all woman—her decadent curves and a flirtatious smile tossed at him each time they are within arm's reach.
Offering up her body to a man hanging by a very thin thread.
Fuck the consequences. He wanted her, and she was going to be in his bed by the end of the week.
|Publisher:||Elena M. Reyes|
|File size:||531 KB|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Very good read. Had 2 crazy people who should learn the word no. Miles was a sweet and loving man and he got his girl. Their love is a thing of beauty.
OMG!!! I freaking loved this story. I knew Stolen Kisses by Elena M. Reyes would be good, but I didn’t know how good. I’ve only read her duo author books, but this one blew me away. It wa sooo romantic, so different to what I was expecting. The characters were well written, the love and chemistry between them easy to see and feel. Hunter Miles and Bailey Jones were simply HOT, HOT. HAWT!!! Bailey’s been in love with her best friend’s brother, Hunter for what seems like forever, and even though he’s older, he is her friend too. But, Hunter is four years older than Bailey and when she was just fourteen he started having ‘feelings’ for her, so he pretty much cut her out of his life. He left for college and never really saw her again, until he graduated. Once he’s back home for good and sees Bailey again, he knows his feelings haven’t changed. He wants her, and he’s gonna get her. Bailey’s not really on board with his idea at first. He hurt badly when he went away to college and forgot about her. She’s not going to make it easy for him to just walk back into her life and take over. This is a dual POV story so we get to see how each of them are feeling in this romantic, sweet and HOT story. I was sorry when I reached the end. I just wanted to keep reading… forever.
What’s not to love about this story. The author has written a wonder storyline that is both romantic, fun and very realistic. And the characters, just perfect for their roles. We all remember that first love. The one we had a teen that often was on the older friend, neighbor, kid at school, etc. The fact being older, which in turn usually means the crush is one-sided and the younger party is left heartbroken when the crush goes leaves their circle. But what if that isn’t the case, what if what if what if… that is what our Heroine, Bailey is hoping for, especially after they share a stolen kiss before Hunter leave for college. Sadly what if’s and crushes are just that and the what if’s, crushed hearts and the world are forced to move on. But what happens if the world moves on but the heart doesn’t? When Hunter returns from college and sees Bailey all grown up. Sorry I don’t do spoilers. But I will highly recommend you read Stolen Kisses and find out. I got so engrossed in this wonderfully written story that I read it in one sitting and found myself smiling throughout. Grab this one up, you won’t be sorry you did.
Stolen Kisses by Elena M. Reyes is the story of Hunter Miles and Bailey Jones. Bailey has always been in love with her best friends brother, Hunter. Their family are actual friends and Hunter is Bailey's friend too. When Hunter turned 18 and getting ready to head of to college and Bailey being 14 years old they had one of their childish encounters but this time Hunter didn't feel so childish toward Bailey. When Hunter left for college he didn't keep in touch with Bailey which hurt Bailey's feelings. Four years later when Hunter returned home from college it only took a second for Hunter to realize what made him back off from Bailey. Hunter wants Bailey and he making sure that happens now even though she still hurt from him walking away from her. Really enjoyed this book and could not put it down until I was done...loved it.