What do you do when the lumberjack next door knocks on your door?
You let him the hell in!
There he stood in only jeans and work gloves--all bulging arms and chiseled abs.
I couldn't help but look, stare even. How could I not? He looked like he knew his way around the female body and I was aching to find out exactly how much he knew.
If she keeps looking at me like that I'll have her in every room, every way, all night AND all day. I'll show her my world of pleasure and dominance. I'll make her feel things she never thought possible. I'll make her scream so loud the neighbors will know my name.
Well, they already do. I was the former town playboy after all.
Review : This book was really cute and sexy I loved it Cassie she went away for the weekend to get work done but then she meets landon who is mostly a hot lumberjack and they hook up but when cassie wakes up without landon she thinks he just left her so she leaves but he likes her a lot and tracks down her friend and they go to the Halloween party where landon shows up and they talk and then they go to a interesting sex club . Landon has to go away for three months for work so they do a long distance relationship but then Landon comes back and it goes forward to the next Halloween and Landon proposes and they get married it was so cute .
Standing in the lawn between the two houses, illuminated only by my headlights, was a man in jeans and work gloves. Only jeans and work gloves
Well, Jeannie, I might just get to bang a lumberjack after all.
You know how sometimes you can feel eyes on you? That’s why I looked up. She stared so hard, so intently I could feel it. I met her eyes and I swear I don’t think I’ve ever been looked at like that before— like she wanted to eat me.
“Hi.” I barely got out the word before he rushed me, picking me up and kissing me like I’ve never been kissed before. I melted under him as he held my face and wedged me between the wall and his hips.
Landon growled at my words, probably the sexiest noise I’d ever heard in my whole life.
But I rode enough of him to make his gorgeous baby blues roll up in his head.
This book was brilliant, but brutal. There are some very graphic parts, and an overwhelming sadness, akin to how I felt reading Khaled Hosseini's books, pervades the story. But if you can take it, it is totally worth your time. Apologies to the people in the NY coffee shop with me when I finished—ugly crying in public is not usually my thing.