Will a Christmas love built on lies melt away just as surely as the snow?
Welcome to Seattle, the Emerald City and home to The Single Dads of Seattle. Ten sexy single fathers who play poker every Saturday night, have each other’s backs, love their children without quarter, and hope to one day find love again.
This is Zak’s story …
Single Dad of Seattle, Zak Eastwood plans to spend Christmas with fellow lonely hearts, his kids are supposed to be at an amusement park with their mom. However, fate has other plans. When a woman from his club finds herself stranded in the snow, he takes her to safety.
Drowning in student loan debt and her father’s medical bills, first-year law associate Aurora Stratford allows herself but one splurge—a pricey membership to Club Z Fitness to watch the gorgeous Zak flex his muscles. Though out of her league, fantasizing about his blue eyes and tattoos is the only thing that keeps her sane these days, especially since her Christmas will be spent alone with her dead cactus and money woes.
When the snowstorm of the century moves in and the hero of her dreams offers her a ride and a place to stay, Aurora’s Christmas begins to look up.
However, Aurora is ashamed of her current financial state—she’s nobody’s charity chase—and her lies of self-preservation begin to take on a life of their own.
Can Aurora spend Christmas with the single dad and win over everyone? Or will her lies get in the way of not only their happy holiday but her happily ever after?
Book Status: Available in ebook and paperback. Coming soon in German and audio
He’d love to make her come solely from breast and nipple stimulation. He bet she could do it. If anybody could, it would be Rory. She was so sensitive, so responsive.
He pulled his mouth from her, her whimper of reluctance making his cock jerk beneath his apron. “Go.” He spun her around and slapped her butt, loving the way it jiggled as she skipped and squealed off toward the staircase.
She paused on the bottom step, her hand on the rail. “You’re a bit of a kinky fucker, aren’t you?” she asked, no judgement in her tone, just open curiosity.
His mouth slid up into a sly grin. “Not much I won’t do if that’s what you’re asking. As long as everyone is a consenting adult, I’m game.” He pursed his lips in thought for a moment. “I don’t do dudes, though. I think the penis is fucking ugly.”
She tossed her head back and whooped out a laugh, her long blonde hair falling down her back. “I dunno about that. I’ve seen a pretty handsome one recently, nothing to complain about.”
He grinned back at her, stepped away from the island and lifted his apron, and pulled down his boxers, flashing her the hard penis she was speaking about.
“Oh, I don’t mean that one.”
Zak’s face fell and he dropped the apron.
Aurora’s laugh became even louder, making her whole body shake. “I’d like to know all the depraved things you’ve done,” she said, running her tongue over her bottom lip.
“Should we play Never have I ever?” he asked. “Take a drink for each thing you’ve done.”
Her eyes widened along with her smile. “Sounds like a plan.” She began to climb the stairs. “Though something tells me you’re going to be drunk mighty fast, my friend.” Then she disappeared up the stairs laughing.