Jaycee is so going to fail Psych 301. And it’s all Tyler Johnson’s fault. She can’t keep her eyes off him, and her entire time in class is spent fantasizing about him. Too bad she knows he doesn’t like white girls, or she’d be all over him.
Tyler Johnson wants Jaycee, the goddess who sits behind him in class, but she won’t even look at him. When her foot accidentally brushes against him, he grabs it and proceeds to give her a foot rub. After her response he feels confident enough to pursue his goddess. And boy does he.
Stairway sex. It doesn’t get much hotter. The danger of getting caught, the thrill of possibly being seen. Yum! But what should have been scratching an itch was much more for both Jaycee and Tyler, and in a whirlwind they find themselves in his apartment discovering things about one another and determining they just may be able to go somewhere with this. If his sister will let them.
First of all, Tyler’s sister must die. Just saying. She was horrid! We later learn her history which buys her a little understanding but not much. Since both Tyler and Jaycee are in college I assume they are in their late teens or early twenties so I wonder if they will be able to make it for the long haul. The promise is definitely there and the sex between them is positively smoking. A great short read.
Reissued review. Originally reviewed on 3/20. Book has new publisher.
When the uniform comes off, there’s no holding back.
Jaycee Hanson has the best seat in the house in Psych 301. Right behind Tyler Johnson, ROTC captain and star of her erotic fantasies. But while lusting from afar, she’s come to one disappointing conclusion: He doesn’t seem to date outside his race.
When an accidental touch near the end of class turns into an impromptu foot rub, the rest of her wet-noodle bones are willing to go anywhere Tyler leads. She just never expected to be led into the nearest stairwell.
Tyler isn’t sure what to make of the smart, beautiful woman in his arms. If he’d had any idea Jaycee was interested in him, he would have made a move long ago. But each time he’s looked her way, she’s avoided his gaze.
A blissful afternoon at his place seems the start of something special—until objections to their relationship arise from an unexpected source. And Jaycee starts to wonder if sizzling sexual chemistry is enough.
This book has been previously published.
Warning: Contains a semi-public quickie against a wall, impromptu picnics, and a hero who knows where to draw the line—and it’s not between him and his woman.