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The Blue Trilogy Book 1

TITLE: Blue (The Blue Trilogy Book 1)

GENRE: Romantic suspense

Trope: Enemies to Lovers

Enemies to Lovers Romantic Suspense

One chance encounter across a crowded club. Chemistry sparked desire.

A beautiful woman, a dirty encounter, and a man that walked away.

Rookie detective Devyn Foster is looking for the computer whiz who disappeared and return him to his parents. 

Private Investigator Max Carson was hired to track down a software program that could change the world.

When they saw each other unexpectedly at work, they realized they were in each other’s way.

Max couldn’t ignore the attraction.

Devyn would never forget the rejection.

The arrogant man was determined to break her resolve.

But Devyn would not surrender.

She was the tornado he would be lucky to survive.

Excerpt

DEVYN

Los Angeles

He was a devil, drawing me toward him like a firefly to a flame.  I licked my lips, mouth slightly open.  He stood in front of me.  The gold-flecked eyes were inquisitive and quick to move.  His body radiated the aromas of cedar soap and sweet scotch.

Mr. Provocative had a sophisticated, yet hard-boiled look about him, a small cut above his right eye.  Dark brows furrowed above his masculine nose that someone had broken a time or two in the past.  He tied back his collar-length hair, exposing sharp cheekbones, perfect ears, and a dimple in his chin.

Clad in jeans ripped at the knees he had the thick thighs of a football player.  My eyes followed the line of his attire down to his shoes.  Shoes are important.  They tell me a lot about a person.  I’m a sucker for beautiful leather, the more well-loved, the better.  He polished his well-worn ankle boots.  He had a James Bond style watch with lots of dials and details.  An untucked black tee-shirt showed off ripped abdominal muscles.

My stomach quivered.  I felt off kilter, struck with the stunning, sexy as sin, man facing me.  His mouth curved in a devastating grin, a grin that says I’m his captive.  It was a grin that could bring me to my knees.   He held his hand out to greet me.

“What’s a woman like you doing in a place like this?” he asked.

The overused pick up line was at odds with the confident, voice which was low, and husky as if he swallowed nails and they left scars.   If it were anyone else, I’d walk away from the cheesy line alone.  But, he was the devil on my shoulder and I wanted to be bad.  I leaned back, my body absorbing his energy.