As a preacher’s daughter, Valerie Hunt only dates the very respectable, very boring men who meet her father’s strict standards. In private, however, she leads a double life as a romance writer of steamy stories about the least respectable sorts of men. Valerie has always kept her hottest fantasies separate from her real life, but when she nearly runs a hot-blooded biker off the road, the lines begin to blur.
Even though Valerie almost killed him, Griffin Black can’t be angry after he learns the reason for her distracted driving: an unruly puppy belonging to her ailing friend. As a member of the military police K-9 unit, Griffin insists on training the dog himself. But he soon wonders how he’s ever going to stay disciplined around the most alluring, down-to-earth, and totally unattainable woman he’s ever met. Valerie is the ultimate good girl. And Griffin is going to need all his old tricks to unleash her wild side.
|I read this book a few years ago and I forgot to do the review, so here it is. First it is a nice story about a women Val, how is the daughter of a preacher, and also a school sectary. She also writes romance novels under a pseudonym, and ones I don’t think her father would approve of. Griffin is dealing with having to put his mother in a home for patients with Alzheimer’s, that is weighing on his mind a lot for that is his mother and he feels like he is letting he down somehow. Their first meeting comes when the dog that Val is watching distracts her while she is driving and she almost runs into Griffin, while he is riding his motorcycle. Second meeting comes when he sees her at the same place that his mother is at and is where she volunteers. The two of them must try to work out the issues from their past if they want to have a future together. A good story, I really did not see Griffin as a bad boy other than riding a motor cycle and having tattoos. Val was the one hiding what she was doing being a writer from her preacher father, maybe she felt bad? Anyway a good book and I did like the characters. I received this book from Netgalley.com I gave it 4 stars. Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com|