From two New York Times best sellers comes an erotic quickie. Certain men. Certain professions. Some things are just universally sexy. But maybe not quite this sexy...
Logan West finally has the one thing he believed was unattainable: the fiery woman who challenges, protects, and adores him just as much as she does his young son Oliver. After having her world shaken yet again, Cassandra Clarke is ready to move forward, eagerly embracing the beautiful man who has laid claim to her heart. With secrets revealed at every turn, she refuses to lose the only man she's ever loved. Not every battle is hers to fight, but she's never been one to back down.
"Good third book in series"
Logan West's life is anything but ideal. Mindless sex, tedious business ventures, and the occasional poker game keep him occupied, but he lives for only one thing: fatherhood. Oliver, Logan's three-year-old son, is his entire world. Raising him alone, Logan finds his only joy in spending time giving Oliver the childhood he deserves. But every other weekend, he allows himself the chance to live as a man - a man with deeper desires.
One lonely woman. One mysterious man. Not all secret admirers write poetry.
It wasn't his fault she lay broken and battered. He wasn't responsible for the injuries covering her bruised body. Her heart, however, told a different story. She endured the pain of its jagged edges as it shattered against her chest, ripping through the hope she once held. Her spirit was broken, and only one man was to blame for that.
After experiencing a humiliating breakup, 22-year-old Cassandra Clarke is fresh out of college and living a simple, solitary life without any intention of pursuing love anytime soon. When the estate next door sells, the last thing Cassandra expects is the unnerving attraction she feels for her sinfully handsome neighbor, Logan West, the young and charming single father with a playboy reputation.
"CLIFFHANGER!!! But worth it!"
The reality show like no other: Eight men, eight women, one mansion in paradise, their every move caught on camera for the world to see. Among the faces in the house: a mysterious cowboy, a cocky football star, a motocross god, and a broody Alpha calling all the shots. Thorough compatibility testing says that everyone's soul mate is there. Computers' abilities are boundless, but can they be trusted with matters of the heart?
Nothing makes my cock stand at attention like my lil' Firecracker. She thinks she can hide behind that sharp tongue and those succulent pink lips, but it only makes her taste all the sweeter. I can't get enough...if only she could say the same.
"OK! All Right!!!! I am a snob!!!!!"
"Prostate Cancer Isn't Colorblind" is from the July 26, 2016, Health section of The New York Times. It was written by Lannis Hall, Arnold D. Bullock, Angela L. Brown and Graham Colditz and narrated by Keith Sellon-Wright.