I started with Cole & Millie’s story because I loved the synopsis and jumped right in. He adored her as an adolescent and when they cross paths later in life, those feelings come rushing back. I loved that his feelings stayed true to Millie even through all the passing years, obstacles and life changes. Millie has gone through some true-to-life hardships. Her husband wrecked her for 10 years and she finds herself fleeing the trauma and trying to pick up the pieces of her shattered life. Cole handles her with such care and love and I could not stop reading the evolution of their relationship. This book will send you on an emotional roller coaster but the payoff is totally worth the ride!
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He broke off their kiss, his lips moving feverishly over her jaw, her neck. When his teeth bit down on her earlobe, she honestly thought she was going to come. It wouldn’t take much. A little more rubbing, a little more friction, and she’d have a memory to savor well into old age.
He took control, moving her until her back was flat to the wall. He ground his hips into hers. Her heart pounded against his chest. Surely she must be able to feel his, too. When his tongue touched hers, he knew he’d found home because he could do this for the rest of his life and never experience a moment of boredom.
“Fuck,” he panted as he drew back, but only because he desperately needed to take a deep breath. Then he was kissing her again, harder this time. Earlier she’d said she saw him. Well, he wanted her to feel him, too. Everywhere.
His mouth fell open. He almost came. He had to squeeze his eyes closed and think of something really non-sexy. Having gained a little control over his body, he edged closer and slid his dick into her cleavage. “Oh, man, I think I’ve died and gone to Heaven.”
He loved her—and lost her. Now she’s back, and he’s staking his claim.
Shattered by the man she once loved, Millie Frayser returns to New York, flat broke and alone. Having survived ten years of hell, trust is no longer in her vocabulary—except a certain stubborn NYPD cop from her past refuses to get the message.
To serve and protect. That’s not just a part of Cole Brook’s job description; it’s in his DNA. Millie can raise her barriers, refuse his help, and try to keep him at bay, but now he’s found her again, he can’t let her go.
As Cole chips away at Millie's resistance, her defenses begin to crumble.
Except she’s about to learn she can’t run from her past—and nor can she deny her future.
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About Tracie Delaney:
Tracie Delaney realized she was destined to write when, at aged five, she crafted little notes to her parents, each one finished with “The End.”
Tracie loves to write steamy contemporary romance books that center around hot men, strong women, and then watch with glee as they battle through real life problems. Of course, there’s always a perfect Happy Ever After ending (eventually).
When she isn’t writing or sitting around with her head stuck in a book, she can often be found watching The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones or any tennis match involving Roger Federer. Coffee is a regular savior.