Fall for You by Susan Behon

susanFall For You

Madison Falls Series

Book 1

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Publisher: Liquid Silver Books

Release Date: March 2, 2015

ISBN: 978-1-62210-195-5

Word Count: 60,009

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Book Blurb:

Sophie Brandon is in a bind.

After eight years, Reed Sutton is back in town and back on Sophie’s radar. Her high school crush is home to stay and hotter than ever. How can she avoid the gorgeous construction manager when she needs work done in her bakery?

Reed knows he’s overqualified for the simple renovation, but when it comes to sweet Sophie, he’s the man for the job. Her kitchen heats up when one kiss leads to more and a storeroom mishap throws her right into Reed’s arms. Once he catches her, he can’t seem to keep his hands off of her…cookies.

Small town gossip mixed with threats against Sophie are a recipe for disaster. Will history repeat itself or will love conquer all?

Excerpts/Quotes:

Reality intruded when Sophie realized she was covered in powdered sugar, the heel of her shoe was jammed under a shelf, and Reed hadn’t let go of her yet. The bad news was that her chance at wowing him with her frilly green sundress had bit the dust. The good news, obviously, was that Reed hadn’t let go of her yet.

***

As soon as their lips met, Sophie knew she was in trouble. Reed cradled her head in both of his hands, his palms on her jawline and his fingers buried in her hair. This wasn’t a kiss made in the heat of the moment. It was hot, deliberate, and made with the intent of total seduction. If he wanted her to want him, she was already there.

 

***

Sophie was mortified. She was hot and bothered and covered in sugar! They’d just gotten caught making out like sex-starved love bunnies and she was clueless as to what to say to Reed now.

She tried to step back, but Reed kept one hand on her when he realized she had to balance on the shoe that still had a heel. Before she could speak, he placed his finger against her lips and whispered, “Don’t you dare say you’re sorry because I’m not.”

 

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