The Look of Love (The Sullivans)
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Expanded Edition! More Story! More Sullivans!
Fans of Bella Andre's Sullivan Series will love this long-awaited print edition of THE LOOK OF LOVE. It features a longer, more-detailed story with all the emotion and sensuality that readers love. Not to be missed!
Sometimes one look is all it takes
Chloe Peterson has vowed never to make the mistake of trusting a man again. Her reasons are as vivid as the bruises on her cheek. So when her car skids off a wet country road straight into a ditch, she's convinced the gorgeous guy who rescues her must be too good to be true.
As a successful international photographer, Chase Sullivan has his pick of beautiful women. He's satisfied with his life—until he finds Chloe and her totaled car on the side of the road in Napa Valley.
With every loving look—and every sinfully sweet caress—the attraction between them sizzles, and Chloe can't help but wonder if she's met the man who may be the exception to her rule….
standing for a long while. Chase Sullivan hadn’t realized that tonight his life was going to change forever. But it just had. And, amazingly—shockingly—he wasn’t the least bit interested in fighting that change. Instead, he was gearing up for a different fight altogether…for Chloe’s heart. Chapter Five Chloe woke up warm and well rested. Oh, she’d missed beds like this—pillow-top mattresses with soft, silky sheets and thick duvets that were light and yet perfectly warm all at the same time.
and took his shaft in hand, even as he focused on the mental picture of her breasts in his hands, even as he remembered the taste of her on his tongue, and the feel of her aroused, slick flesh pushing and squeezing against his fingers, Chase couldn’t stop wondering when the hell honor had become his goddamned duty in life. What was wrong with him? He’d had a warm, wet, and willing woman in his arms just minutes ago. And he’d walked away from her. Chapter Eight Chloe packed her bag first
strength, it took everything Chase had to let her go. Chapter Twelve Chloe knew she had been honest. Painfully so. So had Chase. She’d even offered to walk away from him. She’d tried to be honorable, just as he’d been with her. But Chase was clearly a realist. Just as she was. And they both knew that their physical connection was undeniable. Unstoppable. “I know you don’t want to hear that I'm falling in love with you,” he said softly. “But that doesn’t make it any less true.” Oh god, she
got rough and it was easier to split. No wife, no kids, plenty of pretty women, but no rings, was what Jake’s future held. He’d play with all the kids the Sullivan clan was bound to pump out, would enjoy being Uncle Jake, but he wouldn’t make the mistake of thinking he’d ever be a good husband or father. McCanns didn’t come with those genes. “You haven’t had anything to eat yet.” The slightly husky female voice reached in and grabbed him a split second before he looked straight into Sophie’s
a husband didn’t mean those urges, those desires, had ever really gone away. They’d just gone into hiding. And Chase was, quite obviously—and unfortunately—a master of hide-and-seek. Chloe couldn’t believe her body had decided to leap to life now. Tonight of all nights, she should be focusing on getting sleep and food and figuring out what to do next. Instead, she was lying in the bath thinking about Mr. Hotstuff with his green eyes and wicked grin. Not to mention the ridiculously great