Whistlin' Dixie by Maggie Adams
Feb 1st - Feb 11th
A man on a mission....
Mackenzie Coalson was determined to rebuild his hometown after a devastating flood left it in ruins. He has no time for a relationship and all the romantic junk that goes with it. He has a vandal to catch and no sweet smelling bundle of femininity is going to sway him.
A woman protecting her family.....
Dixie Harris charged into the county sheriff's office with a sassy sway and a smart mouth, eager to give the sheriff, and anyone else, a piece of her mind. When she locks horns with the devil himself, in the form of Mac Coalson, she quickly learns he has a temper to rival hers, even if he's the living epitome of her sexual fantasies.
When the two unite to catch a potential murderer, it's in everyone's best interest to keep it, "business only". But that's hard to do when their combined attraction is volatile enough to burn down the town.
Mac stared at her uninhibited display of passion. She was lost in a haze of desire. He had made her feel this way. She was beautiful. She instinctively lifted her arms to welcome him, wanting more. God, he was the luckiest man in the world.
He leaned down to trace her areola, so pink and perfect, with one finger. Dixie grabbed his finger, sliding it down her torso. Mac smiled and slid his finger down to her clit, circling the swollen bud, but never touching. His finger slipped lower.
“God, baby, you are so wet,” His voice was a low growl, his control quickly deteriorating.
“That’s good, right?” she whispered, suddenly shy.
“Oh, yeah, baby. It’s perfect.” His finger invaded her again, his breath harsh and hot as he leaned over her. He removed his finger and brought it to his lips. “And you taste so sweet. I knew you would be sweet.”
I live in Southern Illinois with my high school sweetheart and two terrific kids. I've always loved books and dreamed of one day making writing my career. Life happens while dreaming but I never gave up. I believe humor can be found in the most awkward situations as my family can attest, and happily ever after is work but true love is worth it.
In addition to contemporary romance, I also write paranormal romance, erotic romance, and women's fiction.