Kiss Me, Captain
French Kiss # 2
By: Gwen Jones
Releasing August 26th, 2014
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Now that big, bad Mercier Shipping owns Captain Dani Lloyd's ship, she's sure her job is at stake. But she won't go down without a fight—even if it means chaining herself to the mast of the Esther Reed and refusing to set foot on shore.
The delectable captain and her newsworthy dramatics are a PR nightmare, but Marcel is happy to let Dani prove her skills on a weeklong sail to Boston. He knows no woman can resist him for that long . . . in fact, he's counting on it.
But Marcel's plan to seduce Dani backfires as sparks fly between the billionaire playboy and the passionate captain. Which leaves Marcel realizing that winning her heart is a challenge he can't afford to lose.
Kiss Me, Captain
© 2014 Gwen Jones
She pulled him closer.
“Mon Dieu, you’re marvelous …” he murmured, dragging his lips back to hers. A small, guttural noise rose between them and Dani wasn’t sure where it came from, only that his kiss felt just as feral.
And that, she immediately realized, couldn’t be good.
“Jesus,” she gasped, yanking herself away.
She could see him clearly through the darkness, his mouth opened in a pant, his eyes fixed on hers, his arms still poised in the shape of her body. After a moment he let them drop, as quickly as a steel trap snapping, one hand raking back his hair where her fingers had tousled it. He pursed his lips, looking as if he was about to say something, then he sighed, smiling weakly, saying nothing.
So Dani did. “I guess that was my prize?”
He shoved his hands in his pockets. “That … was a mistake.”
“Our second one.” She crossed her arms over her chest, glancing behind her. The boys were still flipping quarters. Charlotte was still lying on her side.
“No one saw us,” he said.
“No one,” she said, moving past him, “except me.”
Gwen Jones has an MFA in Creative Writing from Western Connecticut State University and is an adjunct Assistant Professor of English at Mercer County Community College. Gwen is a fabulously talented and creative writer who mirrors the style of Nora Roberts with depth of character, intelligence and humor. She is currently working on another brilliant romance, with an expected completion in the Summer of 2013. She is a member of Liberty States Fiction Writers, The Romance Writers of America, and blogs at http://gwenjoneswrites.com.