Veronica “Roni” Guard is an undercover cop trying to bust a drug ring. Unfortunately, she runs into her ex-boyfriend, Mateo Vargas, at an illegal street race in the California desert. He just happens to be a pretty big criminal himself. That’s why they split originally. No matter how much chemistry they have between them, a cop and a gangster are not a good match. Roni Convinces Mateo to help her with her case, his reluctance derailed by the one thing that always worked between them–sex. Yes, he’ll help her. But on one condition. In his world, she belongs to him, and him only.
Will Mateo’s possessiveness unravel Roni’s case? Or, worse, blow her cover? And if they get out of this alive, is there a future for them together?
WOWSZA! If you like books with some schmexy in them then this book is for you! Blown is a short story but it’s packed with hot, steamy, explicit sex scenes ;) Oh what the hell….let’s start off with an example:
“He held me, every nerve in my cunt pinched between his fingers, and I spasmed and pulsed and orgasmed all over his hand and down his arm, until all that was left was a quivering puddle that used to be me.”
We learn early on that Roni is an undercover cop and that Mateo is an ex-lover. They had split when he realized what she was and she found out that he is a criminal/gun runner…not exactly a match made in heaven! When they meet again during Roni’ most recent case (undercover being the “bitch” for a greasy guy named Crimson) the sparks begin to fly again. Roni and Mateo waste no time getting back into their old habits.
“I wasn’t in the mood to be tormented. I just wanted to be fucked hard enough to feel it for days.”
Mateo wants desperately to help Roni finish this case so that she can be off the job. I’m surprised they got any work done with the amount of sex they were having…good lord I needed a drink to cool myself down! Mateo leads her in the right direction to get the evidence that she needs. Things get out of control and he starts to show that he has real feelings for Roni, not just the schmexy kind. But can this work?
“Are you sure you won’t consider a career change?” -Mateo to Roni
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