No matter how hard I tried to push her away, fate thrust us together again.
Screw relationships. My motto: Hit it and quit it.
Simple worked. Feelings weren’t on the line, hearts weren’t able to be broken,
and I could keep my life simple.
My friends told me to move on and find the “one,” but I wasn’t ready to love again.
Until I met her.
A dirty-mouthed temptress with a killer body that had me questioning everything.
I knew I could ruin her forever, but not without losing myself.
I wouldn’t do it.
But Georgia Phillips was innocent, pure, and total perfection.
I wouldn’t be the one to strip her bare and break her heart.
I swore I’d never call another woman mine, but that was before I almost lost her.
Warning: If you can’t handle a cocky bad boy or a badass chick with a dirty mouth,
this might not be the book for you.
Unlawful Desire Excerpt
She leaned back against the bar with her tits jutting out and her arms crossed underneath. “What’s your problem with me? Did I do something to you, Frisco?”
Caught off guard by her question, my body jerked backward. “N-no,” I stuttered.
She tapped her foot. “You ditched me, marched off when you heard my age, and tonight, you seem less than happy that I’m here. What the fuck gives?”
I cleared my throat, trying to find my voice and a reasonable explanation. “I don’t have anything against you.” I was in so much trouble.
“Let’s cut the shit, Frisco. I’m a big girl. What’s the problem? Would you rather I leave?” Her body oozed attitude.
I cringed. I never wanted to hurt anyone, but I knew that I had hurt her feelings. “No. Don’t go. I’m sorry. It’s just that Sunshine…” My chest tightened. “She’s trying to fix us up.”
Georgia filled her cheeks with air before slowly exhaling. “Is that so bad?” She narrowed her eyes. “If I’m not your type, it’s cool. But otherwise, what’s the issue? I thought we had a nice time up until you left the party. I’m a big girl. Just be honest with me. I’m not into playing games.”
I wanted to play games. Naked games that ended with us against a wall, tangled together like we’d played the sexiest game of Twister.
After I read book one (Sinful Intent), I loved the ALFA PI world – the good, the bad and the crazy. I especially loved Race and Morgan. Notice the past tense? They’ve been dethroned, because Frisco and Georgia are officially my new favorite couple.
I adore each of them on their own, flaws and all, but they just get better together. Frisco’s playing the hit it and quit it game since he dumped his cheating fiancee. He swears up and down that he’s an a-hole, but he’s really not. What makes him not an a-hole is that he makes no promises about commitment or a future with anyone he’s sleeping with – he’s just not looking to get involved with anyone for more than some no-strings fun. Even though Frisco is an open book on that matter, Suzy seems to see through him and, deciding he needs a good girl, fixes him up with Georgia. Oh, how I love Georgia! She is a spitfire who has no problem speaking her mind and calling people on their sh*t. Frisco and Georgia have a connection almost immediately, but as much as Frisco wants her, he plays that not an a-hole part again, deciding that not only was she too young for him, she deserved better than him. See? Not an a-hole. Once you throw in Georgia’s parents and Frisco’s mother, and stir in the ALFA guys for good measure, you’ve got a quirky ensemble that you can’t help but love.
Not to put any pressure on Chelle, but this book is going to be hard to top.
SINFUL INTENT – ALFA PI BOOK 1
Before becoming a writer, Chelle taught high school history for over ten years. She holds a master’s degree in Instructional Technology and a bachelor’s in history. Although history is her first love, writing has become her dream job and she can’t imagine doing anything else.