The Great Pick Up Line featuring
Kiss It Better by Jenny Schwartz
Cassie hitched at the waistband of her old trackies. She’d lost weight and now they dragged at her hips.
“What?” Less a question than a snarled warning to back off. The last thing she needed was to be polite to a stranger, a tourist. She let her messy brown hair fall over her eyes and glowered at her toes. Okay, so maybe part of the reason she felt cold was that although she’d grabbed her dad’s coat before leaving the house, she hadn’t thought of shoes.
“Or maybe it’s not a nice day?”
Damn him. The stranger sounded amused.
She lifted her head to scowl at him.
Cue the rock music and the low, deep-throated roar of a motorbike.
Black leather jeans hugged muscled thighs, lead down to killer boots and up to a white t shirt beneath an open black leather jacket over wide, wide shoulders. Up higher to a strong, tanned throat, a rugged chin, a mouth made to sin, and dark brown eyes faintly crinkled with amusement.
Kiss It Better
by Jenny Schwartz
All Cassie Freedom wants to do is save the world, and she could, if only she were able to. But her dream of nursing in Africa is shattered, and she returns home to Jardin Bay, where familiarity, security, and a sense of her own failure threaten to drown her.
Dr. Theo Morrigan knows a thing or two about responsibility, leaving his own medical practice to take over a family business. He knows his mind, his future, and how he wants to live his life – until an old secret resurfaces and rocks his whole world.
Suddenly, the man who needed no one needs a broken-hearted nurse, and a nurse who thinks she’s too weak will find her own strength.
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