Grown-Up Grocery Games

Book Cover for Grown Up Grocery Games


Sometimes, when we meet people, they can influence us, change our lives for the better.  These are the people worth meeting.


I’m carrying the weight of a secret that’s torturing my soul.  The job of nightshift grocery store stock clerk is a perfect purgatory.  

As I round the corner, a voluptuous ass that I’ve never seen before gives me a greeting that stirs me unlike anything has in six months.  Its curves coquettishly peek at me from beneath a short jean skirt, and I can’t help but stop and stare back.


I’ve somehow managed to annoy the hottest guy I’ve ever seen within the first five minute of meeting him.  Classic.

But, if I’m so annoying, why does he keep playing the hero and coming to my rescue?  Then he actually kisses me!  And I’m down for so much more.  Hopefully, whatever is haunting him doesn’t prevent our happily ever after. 

An instant attraction, passion in a grocery store stock room, a revealed secret, a car wreck, a heroic rescue, and HEA.



Sweet, steamy stand-alone with no cliff-hangers or cheating.


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