Friday, April 1, 2016

7 Months (Time for Love, #7) By Bethany Lopez
Contemporary Romance
Release Date: Mar 24, 2016


Tough, dry-witted, and intelligent, Ming has worked her whole life to be a successful lawyer, great friend, and dutiful daughter. Her focus has been on her career, but now she's thirty-five, and the last of her friends to be single. Ming knows what she needs... A man who communicates, who won't be intimidated by her position, a partner. She knows this, but all she wants is him...

After working side by side with his brother, Brock for years, Brady has followed his dream and become a police officer. Protecting and serving comes naturally to him, it's what he was born to do, which is why he doesn't know what to do with a woman who doesn't need his strength and protection.

For 7 Months, Ming has accepted what Brady had to offer, secret nights of passion with no hope of a relationship,. But feelings have developed, and now she wants more. When Brady doesn't want things to change, Ming has to decide if being with the man she loves is worth sacrificing everything she wants.



How was it?” Cass asked.

“The best I’ve ever had.”

“Where’d you do it?”

“Everywhere in this loft,” I replied. “The bed, the counter, the table, the couch, that chair you’re sitting in, the kitchen floor, that rug, the shower, the toilet, the balcony, oh, and in the stairwell.”

Cass started fanning herself, the grin on her face huge, but Bronagh just asked, “The toilet?”

“Yeah, with the lid down of course. No one was going to the bathroom at the time.”

She looked skeptical, so I said, “Him sitting, you on top. You hit all the right places, believe me…”

“Noted,” Cass said gleefully, and I knew she’d be bringing the new position home to Geo. “Exclusive?”

            “Sexually, yes,” I replied. “But we were free to date other people, since we weren’t dating each other.”

“Who ended it?” Bronagh asked, her face thoughtful.

“I did.”

“Why?” Cass asked, her voice whiny as if she were upset about the end of a non-relationship that she’d just learned about two minutes ago.

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