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A Heated Touch of Action

MK Meredith

Publisher: MK Meredith

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Summary

Seriously, is it really so bad when a love expert doesn’t believe in love? 
 
Psychology professor Bel Cutler has never been lucky when it came to matters of the heart. Professionally, she’s determined to master it with her new project. Her first order of business: find a photographer to capture the magic. But the only one willing to work within her budget is the last man she’d ever stake her future on… let alone trust with her heart. 
 
Struggling photographer, Jimmy Callahan knows trouble when he sees it. Which is why, when he takes one look at Bel, he should run the other way. Only, she’s just the kind of laced up woman he likes to unravel. Old Jimmy would offer to teach the professor a thing or two about love, or better yet, lust. But Responsible Jimmy needs to fix his bad boy reputation…and fast. He’s in the middle of a nasty custody battle, so keeping his hands off her is imperative. Yet, the woman gets into his head—and heart—like no other he’s ever met. 
 
Nothing is ever a “sure thing” when dealing with matters of the heart, and the more time they spend together, the more convoluted stability and reasoning seems. Especially when desire gets the best of them and risks Bel’s career and Jimmy’s chances of saving his niece. 
 
If only love came with a safety net…
 
A Heated Touch of Action, a Scripted for Love novel book 2 by best selling author MK Meredith is a swoon-worthy, sexy read you won't be able to put down! Read as a series or standalone.
 
Gift yourself with this sexy contemporary romance today!

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