A standalone taboo romance. No cliffhanger. 18+
The only items he’s packed are liquor and condoms, and he’s looking at me like he wants to put both to good use.
My name is Sierra, and my libido can only take so much.
“Listen, princess.” I lift her chin toward mine, meeting this gorgeous big blue eyes. “I’m not sure if you noticed, but we’re stranded together in the middle of fucking nowhere, with only each other to count on. You can fight me all you want, but there’s one thing you need to understand. I’m going to protect you. I’m going to take care of you. And in case you haven’t noticed, I’m six-foot-four, and probably have a hundred pounds on you. My body is going to produce a lot more heat than yours. Now calm the fuck down, and let me get you warm. Got it, sweetheart?” Her fighting stops immediately.
She nods, coyly, blinking those baby blues at me, all of her fight disappearing. “Got it.” Her voice is small, and I suddenly feel like a dick.
“Good. Glad we’re on the same page.” I tug her body closer so we’re pressed tightly together, and I hold her to my chest, wrapping her in my arms. A contented little sigh escapes her lips. The top of her head doesn’t even reach my chin. She packs a lot of sass for such a small thing. I inhale, and breathe in the scent of her shampoo. The smell of vanilla and lavender fill my nose. Damn, who knew that combination could be so perfect? It’s intoxicating and I can feel my body slowly start to react to the smell and the images my mind starts to produce. The way her slight curves mold to my body serves to warm me up pretty damn quick.
Madison Collins has a quick, fun, and steamy hot read in Stranded With My Stepbrother. With Sierra and Bentley making the drive to their parents wedding, an untimely, or maybe timely, snowstorm, has them seeking shelter together. Stranded and in close quarters, we get some sexy, hot scenes.
I’m looking forward to reading something more from Madison Collins…hoping it will be a longer in length story. I’m interested in seeing what she’ll do with character development in a story that gives readers more than an interlude.