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I really needed something sexy and sweet, something easy but addictive. I’m a mood reader AND a mood writer. The escape that I needed with A Little Bit Dirty was one with hot chemistry, swoony banter and a rugged blue collar mechanic with a dirty mouth. Bri and Asher’s second chance in this small town romance is exactly what my friends say they think of when they hear “romance novel”.
It’s flirty and gives all those mushy feels but there’s also a gut punch and emotions I’m known for.
Asher broke his high school sweetheart’s heart while she was away at college. Bri comes home years later and can’t get away from him, or from her feelings that are still very much alive and well. In a small town that remembers everything and spreads rumors like wildfire, Bri finds herself caught in the heat of the moment and the memories of what they used to be.
From USA Today and Wall Street Journal Bestselling romance author, Willow Winters, comes a second chance with a filthy mouthed, possessive hero, not willing to lose the love of his life again.
I’ve got a thing for men who work with their hands.
I thought I learned my lesson years ago. But here I am, back in the small town I grew up in, staring down the man who broke my heart years ago.
I intended to tell him off.
My plan was to flip him the bird and prove to both of us that he hadn’t ruined me.
I sure as hell wasn’t going to sleep with him.
Until he tells me he’s sorry. Until he gives me that smoldering look I still dream about.
Until he whispers just beneath the shell of my ear… His breath trails down my neck and he leaves an opened mouth kiss right there, in that sensitive spot.
“You have no idea how much I’ve missed you.”
My treacherous heart wants more. More of him. More of us. But there’s a reason it didn’t work before and when you don’t learn from your past mistakes, you’re bound to repeat them.
“I think Willow Winters is one of the most versatile authors on the romance scene right now, and I’m happy that she’s finally getting the recognition she deserves.” – Kellie Vann, Goodreads Reviewer