Bug Series – Book Three
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country, the quintessential city girl has the unwanted attention of the infamous country boy. For months, she’s been dodging his advances, but a moment of weakness changes everything.
Something told me that this girl could hold her liquor. Her hand reached out,
taking the glass from my grip. When our fingers touched, I knew. I knew she
couldn’t deny what was happening between us. There was something definitely
happening between us; something that had never happened before … except for
once. I turned my head and found my pregnant ex-girlfriend on the lap of my
best friend a few tables down. My heart hurt, I could admit that. But seeing
two people I truly loved being undeniably happy made it all worth it. I gave
them hell and I wished I hadn’t, but things were right with the world now. I
was happy enough for them.
wooden folding chair. The distance was too great, so I adjusted my chair,
becoming almost flush with hers. I draped my arm around her and rested it on
the back of the chair. I stared out over the dance floor and could feel her
eyes question my arm around her. She would just have to get used to it. I
planned on touching a lot more than just her shoulder.
asked as I continued to watch Jordan and Tom’s first dance.
proving that she was in fact mopey.
bottle of champagne before the first dance is over.” I glanced at her, and her
eyes fell on me. In that moment, I knew why she was upset. I looked at Jordan
and Tom dancing and then back at Katherine. I squeezed her into a half-ass hug
and said, “Think of it this way, beautiful. You didn’t lose a friend. You
stomach, and said, “I don’t know if that’s a good thing or a bad thing.”
she caught my eye. I leaned in close to her, slowly brushing my nose against
her cheek until my lips reached her ear. The breath caught in her throat.
“I was obsessed. Lance Walton was obsessed with a woman. Hell had frozen over.”
“I pulled out of the kiss and stared at him. For the first time in my life, I felt complete. I was in love with this man.”
“I wanted to always remember this moment because I was petrified this would be our last.”
I adore Jaycee Ford. I nominate her to be exalted as a Writing Goddess and suggest her computer be converted into an altar. At this altar, I vow to leave her offerings of Victoria’s Secret gift cards, chocolates, and beer – in hopes she would then write non-stop. I have followed her work from the beginning with Watching Fireflies, and was instantly a smitten kitten. Her characters are clever, funny, knowable, and likable. Her writing is entertaining, addicting, easy to follow, deliciously sensual, and memorable. I don’t follow many series as I tend to forget or confuse the details in the time span between volumes, but I don’t find that to be a problem with Ms. Ford’s work. Lance and Katherine’s relationship story zigged and zagged more than her first two books, and gave me a bit of cardio workout. I had faith in a HEA result, but she certainly didn’t make it easy for them. I am already eager to see whose story is up next.
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Book #3 Hornet’s Nest
ABOUT JAYCEE FORD
city of New Orleans. After doing a four year stint at Louisiana State
University, she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and fled for the
foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. New Orleans beckoned her home again
where she put her love of the foothills into a series of romance novels. In
between writing, she’s found behind her desk at a top rated law firm … or still
chasing street cars.