Single Dad on Tap
UNDER HIS OBSESSION
I’m a single dad, focused on taking care of my high-functioning son and running Boston’s Burgers and Brews, the family pub. When the girl next door, the one who’s always been there to lend a helping hand, shows interest in a firefighter friend, I’m determined to help her get her man—even if it means going undercover as her boyfriend. Problem is, her flirtation raises something in me—something a little farther south. It isn’t long before this single dad on tap turns into a single dad on top—but falling for her just might be catastrophic.
When the guy next door, the same one I’ve been crushing on forever, mistakes my interest in a hot firefighter, I want to set him straight, until he begins worshipping every single inch of my curvy body. Yeah, only a fool would put a stop to that, and I don’t consider myself a fool—until the lines between what’s real and what isn’t begin to blur, and I almost forget Jesse is helping me to attract another man. How the hell am I going to get myself out of this mess? Then again, who says I have to?
Single Dad Next Door
Single Dad Next Door
Jaxon Hall gave up raising hell the day he became a dad—there’s no greater rush than seeing his little girl’s smile. Now if he could just convince his in-laws that he’s a responsible adult, fully capable of raising his motherless child.
Every girl in Rachel’s sorority wants the smoking hot mechanic next door, herself included, but a man is the last thing she needs in her life—especially a tattooed single dad with a reputation as a badass. A man like that draws attention, and a woman hiding out from an abusive ex needs to keep a low profile. But when her car breaks down and he comes to her rescue, it’s not just her spark plugs he gets firing.
Women hadn’t been on Jaxon’s list of do withouts, there just hadn’t been any energy left to even think about one—until the girl next door comes up empty on cash to pay for her car repairs and offers housekeeping and babysitting services to even the debt. It’s the perfect arrangement until #1—the in-laws mistake Rachel for his girlfriend, and #2—she moves into his home. Their agreement is hands off, business only, but being around her is a special kind of torture that quickly reminds him he’s still a man, and now, with more time on his hands, he’d finding it harder and harder to keep them off of her.