Recommended By Adrian
Recommended By Adrian
Tessa Bailey has this way of writing tightly-wound, broody, almost grumpy men that are always in control...and it's so much fun to see them finally SNAP! I loved watching Danika and Greer dance around each other in the previous books and I couldn't wait to see them finally give in. Disturbing His Peace is filled with lust, humor, a lot of sweet moments and, of course, Tessa's signature dirty talking cops! Greer and Danika's romance is the perfect ending to this sexy, fun series.
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"Feel it." I shove her legs wide and give a tight, quick pound. "Tell me you love it. Tell me you walk around the academy in those tight pants wet for a fuck."
"When you got into a cab and rattled off my address in your little, pink shirt dress, you knew this is what you were going to get, didn't you? A hard cock between your thighs. Didn't you, baby?"
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She’s got probable cause to make her move . . .
Danika Silva can’t stand Lt. Greer Burns. Her roommate’s older brother may be sexy as hell, but he’s also a cold, unfeeling robot. She just wants to graduate and forget about her scowling superior. But when a dangerous mistake lands Danika on probation—under Greer’s watch—she’s forced to interact with the big, hulking jerk. Call him daily to check in? Done. Ride shotgun in his cruiser every night? Done. Try not to climb into his giant, muscular lap and kiss him? Umm…
Greer doesn’t let anything—or anyone—distract him from the job. Except lately, all he can think about is Danika. He’s wanted the beautiful, cocky recruit since the moment he saw her. But she’s reckless and unpredictable, and Greer is painfully aware of what can happen when an officer doesn’t follow the rules. Probation seemed like a good idea, but now Danika’s scent is in his car and he’s replayed her voicemails twenty times. Christ, he’s a goner.
Danika’s melting Greer’s stone-cold exterior one ride-along at a time. Being together could have serious consequences… but breaking a few rules never hurt anybody, right?