Colonel isn’t expecting to fall for any woman, but with one pitstop in a small town, that’s exactly what he does. She’s being attacked by a man, so he takes matters into his own hands and he protects her.
Piper Dawes is used to men thinking she’s easy prey and she doesn’t expect the angry-looking biker to make her feel safe. He’s not staying for long, and she has no intention of falling for him.
However, he’s not leaving until he’s had her, this untouched virgin. Only, one taste is never enough.
Colonel is a nomad, and his club has no home—just the open road. He’s found the woman for him, but can Piper leave her family and predictable life behind? Will she follow him? Or is this a fling that will leave them both burned?
She looked away from him, and all he wanted was for her gaze to be on him. Finally, after what felt like a millennium, she looked up and glared. Her shoulders squared as if to do battle.
“I’m not like my mother or sister.”
“What happened to your father?”
“I have no idea where he is.”
“So what was going on with Dave last night?” Just the name rolling off his tongue made him want to commit murder.
“Just because I’m not like my family doesn’t mean others don’t think I am. They try to take what isn’t freely offered. No one would for a second believe I was a virgin.”
The moment she spoke those words, Colonel was determined to be the first and only man between her spread legs. She covered her mouth with her hand as if she’d said something disgusting. “Forget I ever said that.”
He advanced toward her but she stepped back. It was his look. She’d come to a board with advertisements on it that stopped her from leaving him. He put his hand either side of her head, caging her in. Some of her wild hair was behind his hands, and he didn’t mind keeping her in place. If she moved, she’d cause herself some pain, but he had no interest in hurting her.
He wanted her to know that he wanted her more than anything. Staring into her eyes, he smiled. “You really shouldn’t have said that.”
“I’m not a virgin.”
“Don’t lie to me. Your honesty is refreshing. I have no interest in lies. You’re a virgin? No man has ever touched this virgin pussy?”
He didn’t put a hand on her. Her lips called to be kissed. He wanted to fucking take her but instead, he held back, not wanting to overwhelm her. Piper was used to people taking what she didn’t want and he wasn’t about to start up now. He had no interest in hurting her. What he wanted from her, he’d get it, but he had patience and rushing her wouldn’t work.
She shook her head at his question.
What had he asked her? Oh, yes, if no man had ever touched this virgin pussy.
“I think it’s time I take you home.” He stepped away from her and climbed onto his bike.
“Is that it?” she asked.
“You don’t want anything else?”
“When I want something, I’ll ask for it. For now, I don’t want anything.” He winked at her.
“Why did you do all of that?”
“I wanted to find out what you were like and now I have my answer.”
“It doesn’t make any sense,” she said.
“Come on, get on. We have a deal, don’t we?” He promised to get her home then to the bar for yet more work. Didn’t this woman know how to play? He had a feeling she didn’t. He’d teach her how.
She hesitated for a split second before rushing toward him.
He waited to ride until she’d gotten comfortable. “Tell me where I’m headed once I hit town.”