WOMEN HAVEN’T BEEN HIRED TO WORK IN MY BAR FOR A REASON: they’re too tempting and too distracting—too much of a liability—even if they are good for business…
That’s why I shocked myself by hiring Avery Cole. She’s young, carefree, and happy—a beautiful distraction. When she’s around, the devastation of my past gets buried under layers of lust and desire… hints of a life I once lived but have completely given up on.
I’ve already had my love and now that’s gone; there’s no need to try again. Even if love is staring me right in the face with a pair of deep brown eyes and no expectations.
WHAT CAN I SAY ABOUT SHAW O’SULLIVAN?
He’s rude, abrasive, sexy—and my boss. He’s also broken in ways I would never have seen if I hadn’t been looking.
Which means he should be off limits; my heart and body cannot handle his baggage. I’m on a quest to find myself, and Shaw O’Sullivan will only get in my way and drag me down.
Where I’m light, he’s dark. We don’t mix and neither of us are looking for love, so what happens when it finds us anyway?
I love the stories that Jiffy Kate come up with. They have a way of sucking you in. You become part of the story. While reading this book it made me feel like I was right there in New Orleans again. They are truly artists with their words.
“Come Again” takes us back to the French Quarter with a lot of familiar characters and a few new ones too. Avery Cole is one of the new ones. Little did she know, running from her past would lead her right to her future. I really liked Avery. She is not a weak woman at all. She is fighter even if she lost her away a little while. Like most of us women who wake up one day and think “How hell did I get here?” But Avery had a plan to change her life, but what she didn’t plan on was Shaw O’Sullivan.
Shaw has some demons of his own that he is dealing with. When Avery walks into the bar, all of those demons seem to fade away. She is like his own personal sunshine. The changes she makes in him seem to happen almost over night. He is falling hard and is unsure about how to tell her the truth.
Truth be told this book was like riding a giant roller coaster. You go way up and then go way down, but in the end you enjoyed the ride.
Please me sure to check out this book when it comes out in a few days.
About the Authors
Together, they’ve written over twenty stories. Their first published book, Finding Focus, was released in November 2015. Since then, they’ve continued to write what they know—southern settings full of swoony heroes and strong heroines. e
Twitter: @jiffykate, @jiffykatewrites, or @jiffsimpson and @jennykate77