When travel nurse Ivy Walker comes to Dallas for a three-month stint working in the emergency department at Parkland Hospital, a relationship is the last thing on her mind. She just wants to do her job and see a few sights before moving on to the next job. However, when she is assigned to work with former firefighter turned 911 dispatcher Deacon Sullivan to find sponsors for a community health and safety fair, she finds herself falling hard for him. Despite being paraplegic, Deacon doesn’t want her to take care of him. He wants to take care of her. He introduces her to domestic discipline and gives her things she never knew she needed – love, boundaries, and protection. Yet even as the two fall ever deeper in love, the time until Ivy must leave grows shorter. What will Ivy do when her contract ends? Will she walk away from a lucrative career to stay in Dallas with Deacon or leave behind the greatest love she’s ever known for the sake of her career?
I LOVE when the discipline is deserved. I love when the husband and boyfriend says in a gravely voice “come here NOW!” Ruth makes you feel the butterflies, the anxiousness, the tingley feeling when your PJs and panties are yanked down. If you love these things too–this is the story for you. I have read it twice in 24 hours and am looking forward to another read. Looking forward to more!!
I have a very special Sunday Spotlight today. Thianna Durston is stopping by on her Release Tour To celebrate the re-release of her All They Ever Needed trilogy. I read this trilogy when they were first released, and I fully admit they are favorites of mine. I'm...read more