Sarah’s life isn’t going well. She’s divorced from an abusive jerk, been drugged, stuffed in her trunk and nearly kidnapped. Between that and a harsh winter, it’s almost more than a girl can take. She’s rightly distrusting of any man’s affection, so an ice-skating date with John - who doesn’t seem to feel the cold - isn’t exactly on her bucket list. Yet something about him captures her attention.
John is determined to live as an ordinary mortal. He’s moved into the city, bought a sports bar and works there as the bartender. As a new vampire, he’s never considered dating, until he meets Sarah. Prudence dictates he stay away from her, but everything about her calls to him…right down to her cute animal socks.
Sure, finding out John is a vampire is scary, but Sarah’s learned not all monsters have fangs. Besides, someone else isn’t too happy about their budding relationship. Sarah will have to survive before getting her chance at love.
Sarah bent over to retrieve her purse, flashing a bit of skin and a whole lot of derriere. Damn. No skin and bones for her, that ass was made for grabbing. John yearned to feel the softness of her skin as well as the warmth her touch brought.
His fangs emerged.
He clamped his mouth shut. Oh God, what was he doing? He had to think of something else. Anything else.
She straightened and he moved his attention from her ass to her face and her lips. Those kissable lips. He had wanted to kiss her ever since he first saw her. Kiss her until she begged him to stop. Now not only were his fangs exposed, so was his erection. What an idiot. He desperately needed to change the subject, but speaking with his lips pressed together wasn’t so easy. “Can I get you two ladies anything? It’s on the house.”
Her friend glanced at his crotch and smirked. Better than looking at his mouth, at least his erection was normal.