By Jill Shalvis
Jade Bennett could not be happier to flee her prior for the quiet ranching city of light, Idaho. Plus, there is not anything like operating for veterinarian Dell Connelly. And even though Dell has no purpose of settling down, Jade's power and sass are enticements no red-blooded male can withstand.
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He was smiling and would have looked younger than his thirty-two years—except for his eyes. His eyes said that he’d seen far more than his affable smile showed, and it had been those eyes to tell her eighteen months ago that she could work for him and be safe. But safe was relative. And the fact was, she’d never seen so much male perfection grouped so closely together, and if you added Brady into the mix, it was a wonder that any woman in the place could put a thought together. These were rugged guys, built for stamina and the tough life out here that they all led.
Yeah, there you go,” he said quietly. “Lifting his head, he flashed a grin at Jade. ” She shook her head. ” he asked innocently. “Sweet-talking a p—” “If you say pussy,” she warned. ” “Scratch the puppies. Did I say puppies? I meant analgland expressing. ” Dell laughed. She did that a lot, his stalwart, snarky, razor-tongued receptionist. Made him laugh. As well as threaten him. He was used to it. Hell, he even liked it, which made him all kinds of sick, he knew. Maybe it was the fact that she ran the front desk of his vet clinic in those runway clothes, never so much as blinking when she got covered in dog and kitten hair.
Her eyes were green, shot through with streaks of amber, and saw everything. She had a mouth, too. Smart, cynical, and made for a man’s fantasy. And since he should absolutely not be going down that road, thinking about that mouth with the vanilla gloss that he always wanted to lick off, he shook his head to clear it. He usually had more sense, but there was something about Jade and her whole don’t-touch attitude that made him want to rise to the challenge. And he meant rise. Her fingers were clicking on her keyboard, her screen revealing her beloved spreadsheet program, which he knew held her notes on anything and everything from which patient he was going to see tomorrow to what color her fingernails would be next.
Animal Attraction (Berkley Sensation) by Jill Shalvis