A Man’s-Man’s kind of Dude
Thanks so much Danielle for asking me out today to talk about my latest release, Satisfying Her Tastes http://keriford.com/books/uninhibited-in-apple-trail-arkansas/#tastes . Stay tuned to the end where I have information about how you can win a copy! But first—the hero of this story.
Grant Iverson likes women and women like Grant. Now hold on a minute. I know he doesn’t sound all that fantastic on the surface…but let’s think about James Bond. Now what do you think? Unapologetically attracted to the ladies. Rwwarrr. That’s right. Difference is, James often wears a suit and Grant’s in dirty jeans and an even dirtier shirt. James drives sports cars. Grant is in a beat-up, muddy truck. James is saving the world. Grant’s just trying to round up his older brothers.
Oh, also? Grant is trying to become a one-woman-show.
Let me back up a little. Grant has these three older brothers. They have no dad in their life, but a very devoted mom who they all love. More than anything, mom wants grandchildren and her boys to understand that life is rich when you have a family.
But the boys are too busy having fun times with the ladies. Especially Grant. That is until their mother dies from breast cancer and knocks him on his muscular, shapely backside. Too late, Grant understands what mom wants. His brothers are all separated with only holidays bringing them together with a phone call or two. That’s just not enough.
The boys inherit some land in Apple Trail, Arkansas and Grant becomes a man with a plan. He’s going to be that guy his mother always wanted. The family kind of guy with just one woman in his life. He’s going to get his brothers together in this small town and they’re going to be happy. He’s pretty persistent about it all, even though getting his brothers to understand is going to be the biggest challenge.
Or so he thinks.
Here enters our heroine, Rebecca Gabel and Grant’s fighting his lifelong desires to go after what he wants and tries to become this family dude. He underestimated his desire for women and quitting quick encounters and one night stands isn’t as easy as he thought.
<<He cleared his head and reminded himself that her brother was the Andy Griffith of this town and the man was standing three feet away, watching them. And of course, that part about Grant being ready for more from life than a great pair of legs willing to open for him. “Red truck.”
She nodded and put her feet down, balancing the bike as she walked it back from her spot on her toes. Side-to-side, the strong muscles of her legs flexed as she moved it back. “I’ll wait for you at the road.”
He started and headed for his truck and got the idea out of his head that he’d like to climb on behind her. Or offer her something else to straddle. He shook his head. It’s not like he ever thought a lifestyle change was going to be easy. It was just going to take some time before he could watch a beautiful woman on a motorcycle and not think about how those legs going around her bike would look wrapped around his waist.>>
<<Her hands returned to her back pockets and he really wished she’d stop doing that. From the back, it sagged her shorts and showed the slimmest bit of tanned skin he imagined was darkened from leaning over her bike.
From the front, it forced her full breasts forward. And he shouldn’t be noticing things like the roundness of her tits or wondering if he stared hard enough, maybe he could see pebbled nipples. He should be paying attention to her mind, wits, and other shit like that. Important stuff.>>
<<She flipped open the button of her shorts and they hit the ground along with his mouth as she stood not four feet away in bright purple panties.
She winked. Again.
And again, he thought things he shouldn’t be thinking.>>
And that’s just Chapter 2. Grant has a looooong way to go before he can become this good caring guy. What do you think about this kind of man? Do you have a favorite character from a book, TV Show or movie? Leave me a comment and you’ll be entered for a chance to win an electronic copy of Satisfying Her Tastes! Thanks again for having me today!
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