“I hate you. I never want to see you again.”
Grant Malone is not the reason I moved back to Sunnyville—at least that’s what I tell myself. Yet, those parting words I said to him back in third grade, ring in my ears every time a townsperson brings up one of the Malone boys. I thought time had healed my wounds. I was wrong. Nothing could have prepared me for how I felt when I finally saw him again.
Twenty years does a lot to turn a boy into a man. One who hits all my buttons—sexy, funny, attractive, and a police officer. But Grant is off limits because he knows too much about my past.
But I’m drawn to him. That damn uniform of his doesn’t hurt either. It’ll be my downfall. I know it.
What’s one night of sex going to hurt . . . right?
I’ve always loved Emmy Reeves.
That’s why I’m shocked to see her all these years later. The shy girl I once knew is all grown up.
Adventurous and full of life, she owns my heart now, just as much as she did back then. Convincing her of that is a whole different story.
I’ll give her the one night she asks for—like that’s a hardship—but when it comes to letting her walk away after, she has another thing coming. There’s no way in hell I’m letting her go this time without a fight.
I loved this book!
You always know that you are going to get a great story when you read a K. Bromberg, and this one was no exception.
Cuffed is a friends to lovers book, which is one of my guilty pleasures, however this couple is slightly different.
We meet the 2 main characters later on in life, one is a sexy cop and the other is a sky diving instructor who is surprisingly the female of the 2.
Grant Malone used to play with Emmy Reeves when he was little, they were actually best friends and went to school together, however something that Grant did ended their friendship for life.
After moving back to the town 20 years later, Emmy keeps her distance from Grant, but he is having none of it.
I loved the characters in this book, Emmy has a lot of demons and I liked the fact that it is her that has the relationship issues, and not the man as usual.
Although this didn’t have many graphic descriptions in the book, it may (for some) be a possible trigger.
Narration was great, duel narration from the sexy voiced Joe Arden (swoon) and the always fabulous Maxine Mitchell, who did a stellar job with an also very swoonsome male voice.