As a social worker, I've seen my fair share of broken families, bad relationships, and worlds of regret.
Because of that the last thing, I'll ever do is let down my guard, or open up my heart.
As for men, bring 'em on.
I love a good man in my bed, but I’m not looking for forever or happily ever after.
That's not my style.
Please me, and leave.
These are my rules.
There’s no bending or breaking them.
Even when he pulls out all the stops,
I'm not budging.
They’re set in stone.
Or should I say, “Rock?”
I'm chiseling away at that hard exterior, one pebble at a time.
I don’t negotiate, I don't share, and
I sure as hell don’t wait my turn.
Despite her smart mouth and fiery ways,
I still want her.
But this "friends with benefits" deal of hers is bullshit.
I don't play that way.
At least, I don't plan to anymore.
I will own every ounce of her.
It will all be mine.
Chrissy is a social worker and loves her job. Working on trying to help children is her calling. She is so reluctant to let anyone close because of her family and past relationships. Rock is not expecting to fall for Chrissy but he needs someone to push back and challenge him and Chrissy is just the one to do it.
I loved this book. It was just what I needed. Even being seventh in a series, it was easy to pick out the characters and jump right into the story; but it gave me a push to read the rest of the series.