Tempting Marcus

Tempting Marcus

Mercenary Heat Bk 1

by Jan Graham

Genre – Romantic Suspense

 

Blurb

A mission is underway, and in the mercenary game, timing is everything.
Beth has spent the last four years trying to tempt Marcus into her bed so why
decide now that it’s make or break with him? The excuses have faded. She’s no
longer too young, too innocent, or too naïve about the job. She’s lead on their
current assignment, success and failure rests with her. Maybe that’s why she’s
decided it’s also time to make one last ditched attempt to secure the man she
wants in her life. Marcus Delany, her boss and a mercenary who claims to have
no heart.
Not wanting Bethany isn’t the problem. Marcus wants her with every fiber of his
being, he just won’t allow himself to give into temptation and have her. For
Marcus it’s not about her age or experience, it’s not even about his ability or
desire to make Bethany his own. It’s about loss. If he refuses to have her then
he can’t lose her. His first life lesson as a mercenary was a harsh one. Loving
with all your heart makes you vulnerable. That’s not what he wants to be. He’s
been there, done that, and the T-shirt wore out long ago.

 

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Excerpt

The permanent distraction in his life would arrive home soon. He needed to decide
whether to proceed with his pursuit of her or not. Not that the pursuit would be a long
one, Beth already made it clear, she was his if he wanted her.
I want you, Beth, I just don’t know how to have you. Thinking back on his words that
night, Marcus knew she hadn’t understood what he’d been trying to say. Things would
have to change if they stood any chance of maintaining a relationship. Whether he
wanted to implement those modifications, and if Beth would agree to them, remained to
be seen. Resisting the urge to take her to his bed wore thin. He’d denied himself so
much over the years, all because of fear. The fear of history repeating, fear of
something happening to someone he loved. Adrian was right, it was no way to live.
“I’ve missed that scowl so much,” Nik stated sarcastically as he sat on the bench
next to Marcus. “Did one of the guys steal your dummy, so you can’t spit it at anyone?”
“Not in the mood, Nik,” Marcus snapped.
“Clearly,” Nik quipped before taking on a more serious tone. “What’s up, Boss?”

Marcus leaned forward, bracing his arms on his thighs, clasping his hands together
as he stared at the ground. His gut churned with worry. Hindsight was a wonderful thing.
If he’d accepted his need for Beth twelve even six or three months ago, none of them
would be in the position they were now. It was too late to cancel the mission. Beth was
in imminent danger because of him, and there was no way out.

 

Author Bio

Jan Graham is an author of Contemporary Romance and Romantic Suspense.
Her stories contain erotic elements, with some including elements of BDSM. She
has numerous published titles to her credit, with more to come once she
overcomes her current bout of procrastination. Jan lives in Newcastle, Australia
where she writes, reads, feeds her Netflix addiction and drinks coffee with
friends.
For those who enjoy labels and tags, as well as being an author, Jan is a
submissive, an aunt, dyslexic, a lover of all things tempting and naughty
(including chocolate), a participant in the BDSM community, a widow, an orphan,
and sometimes, a wild child.
In short, she is generally a bit of an eccentric who lives her life slightly left of
center. You can find out more about Jan and her work by stalking her on the
various social media sites where she occasionally hangs out.

 

Author website and social media links:

Website: https://jangraham.com.au

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/JanGrahamAuthorpage

Amazon Author Page: http://amazon.com/author/jangraham

Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/jangraham

Twitter: http://twitter.com/jan_graham

 

 

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