Monday, May 19, 2014

Starting over when you're on the Wilde Edge

Wilde Edge
Wilde Brothers, #2
by Susan Hayes
Guest post by Susan Hayes
Wilde Edge is about courage, strength, and starting over.
For Taggart Wilde, his career came to a crashing halt the night he got shot in the line of duty. Adrift and struggling to find a purpose, he’s got too much time on his hands and no idea what he’s going to do with the rest of his life. Being a cop wasn’t just a job, it was who he was, and now he needs to define himself all over again.
Jolena Miller has spent the last few years putting her life back together after leaving her abusive ex-husband and then coping with her father’s death. She’s got a garage to run and bills to pay, not to mention the fact her ex keeps trying to get back into her life now she’s inherited the family business.
 Both Tag and Jo have their share of scars and regrets, but they don’t let that stop them from getting back in the game. Everyone faces challenges, tragedies and grief in their lives, and we all know how hard it is it get back up and keep going. Wilde Edge is the story of two people that learn that it’s easier to be strong if you have someone at your side. Someone who believes that you can succeed.
Two bullets. That’s all it took to change Taggart Wilde’s life. His wounds have healed, but his career as a police officer is over. Struggling to move on, Tag searches for new purpose, and ends up finding it in the most unlikely of places.
Jolena Miller’s passion is fixing up classic cars. As the owner of her own garage, she has convinced herself she’s happy just being one of the guys, unnoticed and unremarkable…until she meets Tag.
One look at the curvy little mechanic has Tag’s engine revving, and he is determined to make her his. But just as Jo starts to believe they might have a future together, her ex-husband reappears in her life, stirring up old pains and new problems. When pushed to the edge, can two lonely hearts fight for a future together, or will the past be too much to overcome?


“Don’t even think about it. I’m walking you home like a gentleman should, and that includes opening the car door.” He was out of the car before she could protest, walking through the drizzling rain. He took her hand and helped her out, making sure that both flowers and the newly signed paperwork came with her as he folded her hand into his much larger one and walked her back to the house.
As they walked up the stairs, Jo felt a pang of regret that their night was ending already. When he released her hand, she turned to thank him for a wonderful evening and found herself pinned against her front door. Tag’s mouth crashed down on hers, his big body holding her firmly in place. The bouquet of roses fell from her hand, followed by the tenancy papers as she dropped everything to hold onto him.
Her hands slid over damp leather as his lips slanted over hers, stealing her breath and making it impossible to think about anything else but him. She wanted to feel the warm strength of his body, so she slipped her hands under his jacket. Her fingers curled into the crisp fabric of his shirt, sensing the play of muscles beneath her palms. He groaned and pushed her more firmly against the door, letting her feel the thick rod of his cock pressing into her stomach as he took their kiss deeper still.
When he reached between their bodies to palm one of her breasts she moaned, then gasped as he tweaked her nipple between his fingers. Her pussy creamed as a bolt of raw, sexual heat flowed through her. Tag nipped at her lower lip and she opened her mouth to his. His tongue swept in to tangle with hers, and she arched her hips away from the wall to rub up against him like a cat in heat.
They might have been like that for a minute or an hour. Jo lost all sense of time. All she knew was by the time their lips parted, both of them were panting, their breath mingling in the chilly night air as they held onto each other.
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About the Author: 

Susan Hayes lives on the Canadian west coast.  She’s passionately in love with the written word (and a few of her more hunky creations.) Writing is her joy, her escape from reality and the only way she knows of to quiet the nagging harridan of a muse she claims the universe assigned to her.  She has written three paranormal series, The Paladin Protection Agency, Daemons and Angels, and Kismet Cove, and the novel Whispers in the Dark.  She also contributed the novel Breaking Point to the Sunset Point series sdfercollection. 
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