IT WAS THE SINFUL ATTRACTION THAT NEVER SHOULD HAVE HAPPENED…
Kinsley wasn’t supposed to fall in love with her mother’s best friend but she did.
Kinsley Cooper was always the only one for Seattle’s notorious playboy, Dr Justin Walker…
So, what caused their illicit affair to end abruptly, tearing them apart and causing Kinsley to flee to find solitude?
After seven years, Kinsley has returned as Seattle’s newest sexologist, working at her mother’s clinic - the very one her ex-lover, Dr Justin Walker, works at also.
All she wanted was a fresh start but that’s harder said than done when the secrets of her past threaten to unravel the new beginning that she’s fought so hard to create.
How will Kinsley keep her past secret as she fights her guilt for her tempestuous affair from being discovered by her mother, all the while still being attracted to the one man who devastated her life..?
Seven years ago
“We shouldn’t be doing this.” His groan started in my mouth, but settled deep below my waist as I continued to grind and press on his long, hard, thick magical cock, which easily belonged inside me. God, he was so fucking hot. How could something so wrong feel so right? “Baby, you should stop.” Stop? Stopping was the last thing on my mind. I had tunnel vision for him and him only. His words may have screamed red light, but his body was all green, begging me to go full throttle.
Doctor Justin Walker was walking sin. He had a body that could rival the man of steel, a chiselled jawline that could put most male models to shame, a head full of lush, dark hair with flecks of salt and pepper and honey eyes that you just knew spelled trouble, not to mention his panty-dropping grin, which is how we got into this precarious position in the first place. He was the perfect man. There was only one problem - he was also my mom’s, - Kiarnie Cooper’s - best friend, which made him completely forbidden but also my biggest temptation.
A PR professional by day, novelist by night, Lauren Ashley, received her Bachelor of Media and Communications in Journalism from the University of New South Wales. When the Sydney native isn’t getting swept up in writing sinfully saucy romances, she spends most of her time reading and going on foodie adventures with her husband and daughter. Lauren’s also an avid dancer, loves singing loudly to old-school 2000 pop-punk music, and is a sucker, pun intended, for a good Vampire Diaries marathon with her Mum.