Guy Rule: Don’t knock a girl up and disappear for a year.
Weston Davis was a jaded CIA operative who didn’t believe in love at first sight—until the moment he laid eyes on Aspen Kennedy and knew she was meant to be his. With an undercover operation only days away, the timing was horrible. But he didn’t let it get in the way of spending an explosive weekend with her before he has to leave.
Aspen believed Weston when he told her he’d be back. Twelve months, a positive pregnancy test, and countless emails later, she’s given up hope on ever hearing from him again. She’s left alone to raise their baby, a treasured gift from the man who’d stolen her heart and smashed it to pieces.
When Weston comes storming back into her life, he has a new mission: claim his family, find the person who’d almost caused him to lose them, and make them pay.
Warning: If you’re in the mood for a quick & dirty read with an alpha male who’s determined to make up for lost time, this novella is for you!
Weston Davis is a tatted up CIA billionaire operative. His life and career choice don’t make falling in love easy, and he hasn’t had much use for it. That is until he locks eyes on Aspen Kennedy from across a crowded club. Aspen is out for a night on the town with her friend, when she locks eyes with one gorgeous piece of manmeat. One explosive weekend later, Weston is gone without a trace, and Aspen is left with one adorable reminder of the man that crushed her heart…
“I was awed at the sight of the perfect little person we’d created. But mostly, I realized I was even more in love with Aspen than the day we’d parted. It consumed me, made me want to wrap the two of them up and take them away. Somewhere safe, where it would be just the three of us.”
Surprisingly (because I’ve been less than impressed with these insta-super short books lately) I really enjoyed the heck out of this one. Was it too short? Yes, I wish we would have gotten a look at how their weekend played out a bit more, but I found it pretty well written. No silly OTT drama (though I figured out the baddie from word go) No juvenile dialogue. An adorable baby. An OK epilogue (would have liked a look farther into the future) Overall, just a nice and quick and sexy read…