SEAL's Kiss: A Small Town Bad Boy Romance

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A different woman, a different bed, each and every night of the week.

Colt Roman is a hardened ex-SEAL. He may be missing his lower leg, but that doesn’t keep him from bedding any woman who looks his way. During the day he’s the good, upstanding son, running the family ranch.

But at night, screams of “Colt!” practically echo through town.

His latest target? Rose Elliot, the gorgeous new-in-town veterinarian, the girl with the shy smile, the knockout body, and the shadow of something dark in those big blue eyes. He’s had a thousand girls like her, and it should be easy to have one incredible night and move on -- but he can’t. Not from her.

Because Rose has a secret, tragic past - a past that’s chased her for years and a past that’s catching up.

Fast.

Demons resurface as things heat up between Colt and Rose -- a dangerous heat grows between them that threatens to engulf them both.

Can Colt handle Rose’s dark past? Or will she become just another notch in his belt?

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Book Info

  • Original Title:SEAL's Kiss: A Small Town Bad Boy Romance
  • Author:
  • Rating:8.08 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:-
  • ASIN:B01M6747JP
  • Publisher:Published October 20th 2016

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Colt wasn’t sure where he was.

The ether, his brain said. Wherever that is…

He looked around, but everything aside from him was a dull, misty gray. It was a boundless, endless expanse of nothingness.

“Colt,” came a voice. A woman’s voice. It sounded melodic, here in the ether.

He turned slowly, and saw her walking toward him. Medium height, hair like the waves of a dark sea, skin like burnished gold, eyes that were grey as the first light of dawn. She wore nothing but a piece of thin fabric, wrapped around her body in clever way.

I could pull that off, he thought. See what’s underneath…

He opened his mouth to say so, but no sound came out. The woman smiled, coming closer.

“Shhh,” she said, stepping up and putting her finger to his lips. “Let me.”

She slipped a ...

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