From the world of bad boys of Retribution MC comes a deliciously dangerous,
scandalously sexy, four part series!
girl versus Bad boy. Southern charm comes head-to-head with military grit. They
say opposites attract. That’s an understatement where Justice and Lawless are
Let’s face it. I’ve got a bad rep with the ladies. I’m a rough-talking,
smooth-loving, international playboy—yeah right, whatever—and an X-Ops
specialist. Sure, I’m hiding a secret or two. Who isn’t? That’s the least of my
concerns when I’m called in to lead an infiltrate-and-retrieve mission.
my head in the game—the one firmly attached to my shoulders. An American
embassy overseas is under siege, and I’m expecting to rescue the ambassador and
his daughter, a stereotypical geeky damsel in distress, Matilda Lawless.
in the crossfire between explosive danger and wild desire, I’m in for the shock
of my life.
I’m not looking for any man to save me. I’m pretty damn capable of taking care
of myself, thank you very much. I have a successful career and was practically
born and bred on a gun range, even if I can’t bake a perfect biscuit to save my
life like a good southern woman should.
there’s just something about that hardcore operative called Justice. He’s
haunted and lonely, and I know that pain inside and out. It doesn’t hurt one
little bit he’s been blessed with more than his fair share of good looks, plus
a body that would make any red-blooded woman drool.
inside the embassy, under my father’s shrewd eyes, I intend to have Justice no
matter how many times he says he’s not good enough. I see the way he watches
me. With dirty, sexy, hungry lust.
is what Justice does. Now I need him to fight for me.
Graphic sex, graphic action, graphic language. Triple X caution.
X-Ops—four part spring/summer series:
low but razor sharp, my words blunt and unmuffled.
distance I would, because the suddenness of wanting her so damn much was
into the room all bare, tan legs and warm, soft scent.
Only my grandmother has ever called me Matilda, and she’s so stiff I think she
was molded into the apron she put on after she got married in 1948. I am not a Matilda.”
ex-marine and special operative.
swallowed down the laugh that wanted to follow.
I’d completely forgotten about the damn thing. “Nothing.” I quickly rolled
it up and stashed it in my pocket. “Bullshit on pages. Gonna make a bonfire out
of it later.”
pulled out a throwing star I always flipped back and forth between my fingers.
It flashed like lightning, throwing sparks of light across the room.
much more manly pursuit.
the back of her head against the wall. “God, but it’s hot in here.”
the firm round hills of her tits, she rolled her head toward me. “Justin,
formidable as ever, but I could tell she didn’t give a shit.
would I tell?”
that’s not so bad, is it? Imagine if it was Chase Justice.”
little. “No one’s supposed to know . . . who I really am.”
Her hand found my forearm, and her fingers squeezed the steel cable muscles.
“Sounds like an outlaw movie. The next big blockbuster. I promise to keep your
secret, Justice Chase.”
aimed a feral grin at her.
pounded a heavy beat before she skimmed her hand to my thigh and down to the
floor between us.
fire like a network of heat to the center of my groin.
hadn’t worn off and probably wouldn’t. The same thing happened with every op—unleashed
energy I usually slaked afterward by fucking. Fucking hard. Randomly.
to fuck the living daylights out of her.
over it so my hand nearly dangled in my lap, obscuring my growing hard-on from
like gravel, and I shifted again.
“Is that a direct
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started out a writer—causing her college professor to blush over her erotic
poetry without one ounce of shame. Not much has changed. She swapped pen for
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to marriage to children and many a wild and wonderful journey in between, Rie
has come home to her calling. Her work has been called edgy, daring, and some of the sexiest smut around.
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