He wants forever. She just wants his body. Neither of them want to give in. Mitch Harris has it all. As a successful music manager, who isn't hard to look at, he has women falling at his feet. And that's just the way he likes it. For years he's laughed as, one by one, his buddies have found their women and settled down. He vowed it would never happen to him. Until he sets eyes on the owner of the town's new spa. Jodie Miller is everything Mitch didn't think he wanted, but now desperately needs. She's tough, wicked, smart and so damn sexy it hurts to look at her. Mitch isn't sure if it's love at first sight, or just plain lust. All he knows is that Jodie is the woman for him and he'll do anything, and everything, to make her see that they are meant to be together. Jodie Miller was inoculated against relationships when she divorced her ex. She learned the hard way that men might say they like strong, independent women, but in reality they'd rather tie themselves to someone who couldn't kick their ass. As a martial arts expert, spa owner and proud feminist (she's got the T-shirt to prove it), Jodie plans to pour her energy into her business instead of another relationship. She's happy to let Mitch play the part of her sex toy-after all, she isn't dead and he's hot as hell-but there's no way she's giving him her heart. No matter how dirty he plays to get it. ***** This book comes with a bonus short story - Invertary, the finale. *****
Original Title:Caught (Invertary #7)
Author:Janet Elizabeth Henderson
Rating:8.78 / 10
Publisher:Published January 9th 2017 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Invertary Book 7
Janet Elizabeth Henderson
Mitch Harris, American music manager, confirmed bachelor and mocker of marriage, fell in love at nine fourteen p.m. on the twelfth of July, in a small Highland town. The emotion hit him like a tornado, whirling him around until he didn’t know up from down. It levelled all his previously held beliefs, leaving only the foundations of his character under the debris of his life.
The force of the emotional blow brought him to his knees—literally. He crouched on his heels and hung his head while he struggled to breathe.
“If you’re going to puke,” his best friend, Josh, said, “go outside and aim for the bushes. These shoes are new.”
Mitch looked up at the woman standing beside the town’s mayor on the platform at the front of the crowded room. He felt lightheaded.