This is a really cute, fast moving hate-to-love story between Tate, a sweet teddy bear of a book boyfriend, and Madison, a spunky, scarred doctor. Their chemistry is super-hot, and their story kept me turning pages all the way through. Tragedies in each of their pasts make them lovable characters, and it’s fun to see familiar faces from Friction, the first book in the series. Read this series today, and you will not be sorry!
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He lowered his head. His lips connected with mine, and in seconds he’d set my own embers burning. He pushed my up against the door, his thick erection hard against my abdomen.
I parted her folds with my thumbs and slowly slipped my tongue inside. Her pelvis rose from the floor, and her legs writhed, exactly in the way I’d fantasized about a few days ago. I leaned on her inner thighs and, with her clit firmly between my thumb and forefingers, I plunged my tongue inside her over and over.
Two seconds later, I pushed inside her, thrusting, biting, sucking, licking, kissing at every inch of skin I could reach. I didn’t know what possessed me, but I couldn’t control the strength of my desire for this woman. When it came to her, I was done for. Pure instinct took over, conscious thought became impossible. I could only feel.
The poster boy of young drivers.
And the man to blame for the death of my brother.
He glamorizes risk and danger, while I’m left to pick up the pieces.
I’m determined to expose the true colors of the sport he adores.
Sure, I have a fight on my hands, but I’ve got the teeth for it.
Bad luck, Tate. I’m coming for you.
A woman with many faces.
Doctor, protestor, adversary.
She’s laid a family tragedy firmly at my door, except my conscience is clear.
She professes to despise me, but I’m not convinced.
They say there’s a thin line between hate and love.
And I have an urge to test that theory on my nemesis.
Heads up, Madison. I’m coming for you.
Gridlock is the second book in the Full Velocity Series. Each novel can be read as a standalone.