His playful seduction was hard to resist…
Music teacher Ann Green moved to Bay Shore to protect her heavily-guarded heart. But when she meets a handsome fisherman who tests her resolve to stay single, she loses all control. Now she is stuck between the painful memory of her father’s betrayal, and the man who just might be her future.
A boundless hunger has taken over…
Andrew Rybak has taken care of his two younger siblings since his mother’s ongoing drug addiction began. But he secretly aches to escape Bay Shore, and leave all his responsibility behind, until a beautiful stranger moves into town, and opens his eyes to a new future. But will she trust him enough to open her heart? Especially as his inner passions are ignited, and everything he’s been holding back comes pouring out at once.
About the Author:
Romance Author, Susan V. Vaughn understood the meaning of sarcasm before she could walk. Her childhood in the suburbs of Detroit was spent mainly trying to outwit her six creative siblings. When she wasn’t working on the next soul crushing jab, she sharpened her imagination on romantic literature and day dreamed about her knight in shining armor.
It didn’t take long for Susan to take her passion for reading romances into writing her own unique love stories. Susan lives her life finding laughter in all situations, and delights in marrying sarcasm with romance to create realistic falling-in-love stories in the unlikeliest of scenarios.
Susan lives on the shores of Lake Huron with her real life knight in shining armor and enjoys watching their three children learn the art of sarcasm and wit.
“Ann, wait,” he called with desperation, jogging to her side. “Can I come in?”
“What?” She turned to him, clearly caught off guard by his question, even though
she shouldn’t be. He was standing in her backyard, for Christ’s sake. His intentions
were obvious. “You want to come in?”
He nodded. If he didn’t talk, maybe she wouldn’t see how anxious he was for her to
say yes. Maybe he would gain her trust.
“Well, I…” She paused, looking conflicted. He could tell by the way Ann was looking
at him now that she saw his desperation, but something inside of her was softening
to it. “I don’t know. I have work later today.”
“Please, Ann,” he begged. If his vulnerability was on display and it didn’t repel her,
then he would let it show. He was too tired to fight it back, anyway. It had been too
damn long since he last slept. And this woman was giving him peace. He couldn’t
let her push him away, not tonight. “I can’t sleep. My head is a mess. I need someone
to talk to.” He grabbed onto her shoulders and looked into her eyes, appealing to
her feminine compassion. “I need you.”