I also was very disappointed in the lack of Australian colloquialisms. This book tell the story of Eve who was given the custody of Bailey, the son of her best friend, Jacinta who died from a sky diving expedition together with her husband. The whole entire time I was reading I'm getting irritated at Eve cause she can't take anything at face value. Good things come to those who dare. It made the story more relevant and meatier, which was a pleasant surprise. As if bright orange goo on her business shirts and terminal exhaustion aren't enough to deal with, Bailey's uncle shows up insisting on being part of his nephew's life.
She missed the expert cut she used to be able to blow dry into a chic, chin-length style, the subtle highlights that had tempered the vivid carmine-red of her natural hair colour. Bailey was as adorable as any ten month old baby. Overall, I enjoyed reading this book very much! Eve's best friend, Jacinta, made Eve her son's guardian upon her unexpected death. The book is about Eve O Brien and Mike Wilcox. Mike let Eve and Bailey live in the house on their own whilst he was travelling overseas. A lonely, neglected child, Eve has learned to rely only on herself, but soon having Mike around makes her want to believe things can be different. Lana has him spellbound, but his temporary stay in town is strictly businessrunning his friend's restaurant while the man's on his honeymoon.
Having many issues to deal with, Eva constantly pushes Mike away. But he wears muscle hugging T-shirts and makes the cottage seem like a home, things that appeal to Eve more than she cares to admit. Still, even knowing that, I missed the smut! Yet even as his hopes are dashed, a new and surprising attraction emerges—and so do Jet's suspicions that Brand hasn't been completely honest about his past. Her head tells her she can indulge in a wicked affair with no regrets. This dream town comes with a dream boyfriend. How would you know anything about my financial situation? She had fumbled blindly for physical support, finding the rough, sun-baked bricks of the church before he came and gathered her silently into his arms.
Corporate professional Eve O'Brien needs a crash course in parenting when her dearest friend Jacinta and her husband die, naming her sole guardian of their baby son Bailey. But Sierra has one rule that makes a relationship between them unworkable—she doesn't date firefighters. All she did lately was pull it back into a stubby ponytail and stick the wayward strands back with bobby pins. Why did the twists and turns of fate have to be so cruel? Her very sexy friend with benefits, Ty Butler, might pose a problem. She never forgot Ty—or the havoc loving him wreaked in her life. Warning Contains explicit sex scenes including; mnage a trois, oral sex, stripper heels, creative use of whippedcream.
Mike let Eve and Bailey live in the house on their own whilst he was travelling overseas. Having many issues to deal with, Eva constantly pushes Mike away. A lonely, neglected child, Eve has learned to rely only on herself, but soon having Mike around makes her want to believe things can be different. Brand's post-military relationship with Emily has brought his soul close to peace, but when he returns home to find his new love and his old flame in one room, explosive doesn't begin to describe the atmosphere. He immediately scrambled off her lap and stood on wobbly feet, tottering forward to get a better look at his Uncle Mike. Seriously, he was an awesome all-around hero. Her head tells her she can indulge in a wicked affair with no regrets.
She doesn't quite know what she's doing, I've read several of Sami Lee's erotic romances and have highly enjoyed them. What starts out as a little harmless sexual play quickly boils over into something none of them expected. where the flames of passion are burning out of control! I wanted more of the present story between Mike and Eve. A decade on, she still gives him an adrenaline rush to beat the biggest waves. Eve led Mike into the house and up the internal staircase, which ascended to the cosy living room. Eve O'Brien becomes the guardian of a 9-month old baby overnight when her best friend dies in an accident with her husband. This is a sweet romance with enough emotional depth to sink your teeth into.
Her life is turned upside down until Mike Wilcox, the baby's paternal uncle, decides he wants to have a role in his nephew's life. Then a visit to his hometown forces him to face Summer Campbell. Eve does not want to admit she needs help, nor does she want to admit to either herself or Mike that she is attracted to him. A lonely, neglected child, Eve has learned to rely only on herself, but soon having Mike around makes her want to believe things can be different. She never forgot Ty—or the havoc loving him wreaked in her life.
I really felt for Eve when she chooses to leave Bailey behind after she forgotten to fetch him from the day care. Brody hardly recognizes the alluring woman as the same gawky computer geek he left in Graceville six months ago. Author: Champion surfer Ty Butler is living the dream—a great career, a globe-trotting lifestyle, and his pick of women. Crouching down, Mike said, Hey there, little guy. At twentythree, she's more than ready to shed her shyness and shake up the status quo. Of course I am sympathetic to the trauma of poor parenting, but at some point as an adult you recognize that you have issues and work through them instead of constantly thinking that you can only reply on yourself. But when he finds her asleep on his boat, he can't keep his hands, or any other part of his anatomy, to himself.
Meg Lacy came to Sydney to chase her dream, but the dream is somewhat elusive, so she finds herself unemployed, uninspired and on the verge of giving up. Their conflicts both from their history and with each other are well-developed. Soon the positives are definitely outweighing the negatives, especially when Mike has dinner on the table when she comes home from work. Wrong smack in the rear. Oh, and how can I forget Bailey? Wild Crush, Book 1Champion surfer Ty Butler is living the dream—a great career, a globe-trotting lifestyle, and his pick of women. This dream town comes with a dream boyfriend.