When We Kiss - Tia Louise


“Kiss me…
You’re too law-abiding for me.
What makes you say that?
That uniform. Those handcuffs.
Maybe I should put you in handcuffs.
Maybe I’d like to see you try…”

Tabby Green:
Preacher’s niece.
Website designer.
Bad Girl.

Chad Tucker:
Retired military.
Deputy sheriff.

He’s a hot cop with a square jaw, a sexy grin, and a tight end.
I’m a bad girl, a “Jezebel”—just ask all the old biddies in town.
We’re oil and vinegar. We don’t mix.
But when we kiss…
She’s got flashing green eyes, red-velvet lips, and luscious curves in all the right places.
She’s a bad girl all right, and after what I’ve lost, I’m not looking for trouble.
But when we kiss…
Oil and vinegar DO mix,
And when they do, it’s electric.

Sam’s review:

I loved everything about this book right from the beginning. The first time Tabby and Chad meet… Man, I wish we could’ve been in his head, too, during that scene. Jesus… The story line, the characters, the story arc… It’s really no wonder Tia Louise is one of the big ones out there because everything about this book was just right.

Tabby is a wildcat, but that doesn’t mean she’s irresponsible. Having her own smart head on her shoulders just means that she takes shit form no one, and yet it was so sweet to see how much she worried about Chad and his reputation… or about him always being the good guy. I enjoyed seeing her bringing out his ‘bad’ side.

Grab this book, guys. I’m not kidding!

My rating:




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