Elvis left the building a long time ago…
Marrying an Elvis impersonator was one of Liz’s biggest mistakes, yet when he comes rolling into town, needing a place to couch surf, she can’t say no to the father of her child.
And someone else took his place…
Jeremy has been engaged in the world’s longest game. For thirteen years he has loved Liz but hasn’t made a move, waiting for the right moment. When her ex-husband shows up, it’s time to put up or shut up.
But now that Elvis is back, the rumors are flying...
Liz is in a tailspin. Elvis is back, the man she has always loved is making moves…but why is it all happening now? The sparks fly and so does the gossip. Will Liz find the love she has been waiting for or will the small town gossips destroy her like they did so long ago?
“Liz?” he said, instead.
Her eyes, glittering in the darkness, came up to meet his. She was worried he was mad at her. It was etched clearly in the lines of her face and the downward tilt of her lips.
Kind of impossible to stay mad at her when her heart knew what her head was too stupid to figure out.
Jeremy slammed his hand through his hair. “I’m gonna just do it.”
“Just do what?” Her complete confusion spurred him further. She is mine. It is about damn time she realized it.
And, well, he just wanted to. His dick twitched just looking at her leaning against the tree. It was too long since he took those lips and maybe they both needed a reminder.
He moved fast so she wouldn’t have a chance to speak—which she would, at length, if he gave her a chance. It was like completing an electrical circuit. Her lips under his were so sweet and yet hungry. She responded like the perfect dream.
He couldn’t think. He couldn’t breathe because every breath smelled of her. When their tongues warred and a little moan escaped her, he hiked her body tighter to his. Her lovely, lean legs wound around his waist and she ground herself against him. Pleasure licked down his skin as he imagined her, wet and hot, under the denim. One of his hands cupped her breast and, even through the hoodie, it felt round and firm.