From the award-winning author of the Rock Star Romance books comes a sizzling new series about the O’Donnell siblings. The pull of wild love is irresistible.
She’s had enough drama in her life.
Nicole O’Donnell is more than ready for the fresh start college offers. After a lifetime of trying to help her alcoholic mom and ex-boyfriend get sober, she’s finally learned her lesson: people don’t change. They certainly don’t change for her.
He can never leave his drama behind.
Thanks to his mom’s substance abuse issues, Dylan McCaffrey’s persona non grata in his hometown of Gun Powder, Colorado. So when he scores a free ride to the top university in the country, he’s determined to make something of this fresh start. But his mom has always relied on him, and she’s not handling his absence well at all. If he can just keep up his grades, pay her bills, and come home every break, he might be able to pull off this opportunity.
True love won’t be denied.
No matter how determined they are to steer clear of each other, their combustible connection explodes, especially when Nicole offers Dylan the one thing he can’t bear—hope. Once he has a taste of it—and the irresistible force of her—there’s no going back.
But when he falls too deeply, when he loses sight of his priorities, he might just lose it all.
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Oh. My. Goodness! I finished this book 3 days ago and I still haven’t stopped thinking about it. Mine For Now is quite a rollercoaster ride of emotions and I loved every single second.
This is a story of friendship, trust, love and family.
Dylan has some serious family issues. A mother with issues who tries to guilt him into coming home at every turn. His other family isn’t much better. Dylan escapes his family issues by going to college on the opposite coast, but it still isn’t far enough. He meets Nicole, who has some pretty serious issues of her own. He’s intrigued by her quirky personality and her beauty. Dylan’s roommate James is another great character who adds some interesting turmoil to the mix. Eventually, the three of them, Dylan, Nicole and James, move into a house together and some drama ensues. The story builds and builds until a big decision has to be made that will affect all of their futures.
This is my first Erika Kelly book. It won’t be the last. I encourage you to go one click this book and enjoy the freefall!
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Every time he closed his eyes he saw her. He saw her in his bed, those long eyelashes fanning in perfect arcs on her creamy skin. Or on his lap, straddling him, her face taut with sexual tension. Or, worse, he imagined her on her back, hair spread all over the pillow, breasts bouncing as he slammed into her. Jesus, he ached just thinking about it.
He had to stop this. He had better control over his emotions than this—how else would he have survived this long?
What was happening to him? That first night, when he’d brought her into his bed—he’d felt it then. This connection, this bond. He hadn’t even known her—but he’d felt her. Inside, he’d felt her. When had she become essential to him?
Oh, shit. That was bad. Very bad. No one could ever be essential to him.
What she’d said tonight—about recreating Gun Powder. He had done that.
He’d hated his life back home. The town itself was beautiful, but it was filled with his big, extended family—family that wanted nothing to do with him. They’d given him a choice—him or his mom. Of course, he’d chosen his mom. But that had narrowed his social life to the guys who weren’t going anywhere.
Or maybe he’d chosen those guys because he thought they’d understand his life a little better.
And, yeah, he guessed he had done the same thing here.
But he couldn’t stop thinking about what James had said about what he wanted deep down. He’d never been allowed to think about what he wanted. For him, it was about survival. Nothing else.
And yet, he had worked his ass off to get into a top school. Why? Like James said, if he planned on going back to Gun Powder, why bother with the expense and hassle of Wilmington?
Hope rose in him, a force so strong he couldn’t ignore it. He came here because he wanted more. Nicole.
He did have something deep down. And that something was a someone.
Holy shit. Adrenaline crashed his system.
Nicole was his deep down. She was his home, his heart.
About Erika Kelly:
Award-winning author Erika Kelly has been spinning romantic tales all her life–she just didn’t know it. Raised on the classics, she didn’t discover romantic fiction until later in life. From that moment on, she’s been devouring the genre and has found her true voice as an author. Over three decades she’s written poems, screenplays, plays, short stories, and all kinds of women’s fiction novels. Married to the love of her life and raising four children, she’s lived in two countries and seven states, but give her pen and paper, a stack of good books, and a steaming mug of vanilla chai latte and she can make her home anywhere.