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99c Sale: Welcome to Forever (Hero's Welcome #1) by Annie Rains

Welcome to Forever by Annie Rains

Welcome to Forever
Hero's Welcome #1
By: Annie Rains
Released December 1, 2015

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    “Have you thought about that kiss?” she asked, as he leaned in close to fasten her seatbelt. She couldn’t control what was coming out of her mouth. “Because I have. A little.” She started laughing again. Val had warned her that she was a horrible drunk, and evidently, it was true.
    “What have you thought about it?” he asked, his voice low and bristly. Her buckle snapped into place with a loud click. He could step back now, but he didn’t.
    And she didn’t want him to. What was the point of being drunk if you couldn’t say and do what you wanted, and then apologize for it in the morning? No one blamed a drunk, they blamed the drink. “I thought that I liked it. The kiss. It was amazing.”     She held her breath as he lingered in front of her, his hand still resting on the seat’s buckle.
    “I thought the same thing.”
    “You did?” She swallowed thickly, as her heart rode up her throat.
    His brow lifted. “You sound surprised.”
    “I’m out of practice.” She nibbled on her lower lip, drawing his gaze there.     Then his gaze flicked back to her ring. Just the thought squashed the flutterings in her chest, leaving a deep ache that vibrated with the alcohol. “He’s been gone for two years,” she said.
    Micah’s brows pinched together softly.
    Explaining about John in her state wasn’t a good idea, though. She might start crying, which she didn’t do in front of others anymore, and right now all she wanted to do was forget everything but their kiss. That she wanted to remember. “You could kiss me again,” she said softly.
    His smile deepened and, damn, he smelled good.
    Leaning in closer to her ear, his hot breath melted her as he whispered,     “Kat, you’ve had too much to drink. I’m taking you home now.”
    Before she could process what he’d said, he stepped back and shut the Jeep’s door, the sound as offensive as if someone had crashed cymbals in her ears. A moment later, he reappeared on the driver’s side and cranked the engine, another sound that made her wince.
    She closed her eyes, unsure of what to do with her drunken emotions.
    “If I kiss you again, I want to be one hundred percent sure it’s what you want. Not because my almost ex is walking up and you want to help me out. Not because you’ve had too much to drink and want to escape.”
    She suddenly felt very tired, as the Jeep Cherokee headed out of the parking lot. “So, you are going to kiss me again?” she asked. Before she could hear his answer, though, her eyes closed and the sounds of the road and his voice, and the blood thundering in her head, blurred together. She remembered their kiss, the feel of his stubble roughly brushing against her cheek, and the way he had smelled like pine and fudge brownies.
    No, wait. His eyes reminded her of fudge brownies. He didn’t smell like them.
    Her eyes fluttered open. Yeah, she was definitely going to regret tonight in the morning.

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Author Info

Annie RainsAnnie Rains is a contemporary romance author who writes small town love stories set in fictional towns on the coast of North Carolina. Raised in one of America's largest military communities, Annie often features heroes who fight for their countries, while also fighting for a place to call home and a good woman to love. When Annie isn't writing, she's spending time with her husband and 3 children, or reading a book by one of her favorite authors. Represented by Sarah Younger at Nancy Yost Literary Agency (NYLA).

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