By Jill Shalvis
Co-owner of the town's merely kennel, Lilah younger has lived in Sunshine, Idaho, all her existence. Pilot-for-hire Brady Miller is simply passing via. yet he quickly has Lilah forsaking her instincts and giving in to a primal wish. it really is Brady's nature to withstand being tied down, yet there is something approximately Lilah and her menagerie that retains him coming again for extra.
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And again at four thirty. And five thirty. ” she asked in exasperation. “No. And I don’t want this one. Fun’s over, Lilah. ” She was just studying him speculatively. “Really? ” She looked surprised for a beat, and then her expression softened. ” She slanted him a pitying look and crossed her arms, which plumped up her breasts. ” “Lilah, I travel all the time. ” “Or . . ” “Attachments are messy,” he agreed. She’s chilly, he thought, watching her nipples press against her white shirt. Or maybe turned on.
Grinning, he set the sleeping dog next to him. When he made to toss back the covers to get out of bed, she squeaked and left, slamming his door. He laughed—until he realized she hadn’t taken the damn dog. By the time he got downstairs she was gone, and stayed gone. Which, he told himself several times throughout the following hours, was probably a good thing. A month was plenty of time for him, but he thought he knew her now, or at least he was starting to know her. And she gathered people in and kept them, not walking away after four weeks.
He cared. Either she made a sound or he sensed her softening because he thrust the dog at her. “Here. ” The dog wore a midnight blue rhinestone encrusted collar, though most of the rhinestones were missing: TWINKLES. “Cute,” she said, but didn’t take the dog. She couldn’t have said why. She automatically gravitated to all animals, especially lost, hurting ones, but there was something so innately sweet about seeing the little thing in Brady’s big, capable hands. “Twinkles,” Brady said with disgust.
Animal Magnetism (Berkley Sensation) by Jill Shalvis