Police officer Vaden Holbrook and widow Olivia Connor's chemistry is off-the-charts hot, but incredible sex isn't enough for Olivia. She wants it all. Will Vaden's inability to commit push her into the arms of another man? Or can he overcome his past to become the man Olivia needs, the man he'd like to be? Includes bonus content: an excerpt of BLOOD LAW ABOUT THE AUTHOR Award winning author Karin Tabke isn't just another author with steamy stories to tell, but a cop's wife who has "seen it all and heard it all." Some of the hottest stories come from behind the blue wall of law enforcement rather than from in front. Married to a street cop, now retired, Karin is intimate with both and proves it with her sizzling tales of hot cops. Not only are her cops hot, but so are her sexy knights and bad boy lycans. Karin's Blood Sword Legacy series is a must read for anyone who loves tales of yore when men were men and women were women, and love did conqueror all. Her dark, erotic Blood Moon Rising paranormal trilogy is best described as "Sons of Anarchy meets Rise of Lycans." Her L.O.S.T. series (w/a Karin Harlow) is paranormal romantic suspense at its "chilling and sizzling" best. You don't want to miss any of Karin's deliciously edgy tales of danger and passion!
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|Title of eBook: Bad to the Bone (Wicked Reads)|
|Release Date: 01-13-2011|
|Publisher: (Indie Author)|
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