Bending the Rules
Tall, dark and intense, Detective Jason de Sanges excites all kinds of fantasies in Poppy Calloway. But when she suggests the three teens caught spray-painting a Seattle neighborhood be given art-related community service and he just wants to see them pay—all bets are off.With the men in his... show more
Tall, dark and intense, Detective Jason de Sanges excites all kinds of fantasies in Poppy Calloway. But when she suggests the three teens caught spray-painting a Seattle neighborhood be given art-related community service and he just wants to see them pay—all bets are off.With the men in his family always in and out of the slammer, Jase was raised in foster care. He knows what it takes to walk the line. And his number one self-imposed rule? Avoid his hunger for sexy, irresistible Poppy, who challenges him on everything. But it's a vow that's getting harder and harder to keep.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: June 30th 2009
Publisher: HQN Books
Pages no: 379
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Romantic Suspense
Series: Sisterhood Diaries (#2)
Bending the Rules by Susan AndersenThe ladies are painting Agnes Walkett's house as she's taken them under her wing.Giving back allows them all to gain inner peace. Poppie is doing posters and greeting cards when she catches the teens defacing the town walls.She wants them to do community service. T...
30yo commercial artist is strongly attracted to robbery cop Hero, who was put in charge of supervising the teen taggers she's working to rehabilitate through art education. She thinks he's a stick-in-the-mud & he thinks heroine's a spoiled rich girl dabbling with community involvement. Their time to...
Read/skim and still not for me. She is a hit or miss author for me :(
Poppy Calloway had two best friends as a child. They grew up inseperable, although their socioeconomic backgrounds were not the same. Once again, I unknowingly picked up the 2nd book in a series. I liked this book and will be going back for the first book, Cutting Loose. I found out today at Book Bi...
I really enjoyed this book overall, but the hero annoyed me quite a bit in the beginning. Because his father and brother are "bad guys" who've spent more time in jail than out of it, he figures he's a bad seed too. At first I understood he had bad impulses, but as the story progressed I became incre...