So Twisted by Melissa Marino ~ Excerpt & Teaser (@MelissaWrites2, @ForeverRomance, @jennw23)

After reading the excerpts from Twisted, I know this would be my kind of read! Callie and Aaron seem to deny their attraction, but it will only be a matter of time!
So Twisted
Title: So Twisted
Author: Melissa Marino
Series: Bad Behavior #1
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Published: November 1st 2016
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Sometimes it feels good to be a little bad.

Callie has found the perfect job. As nanny for a single dad and his adorable daughter, she can pay off her student loans and live in a nice house in the heart of Chicago. There's just one problem-her new boss. Definitely no dad bod here. Just six-plus feet of raw, sexual energy. Whoever heard of a dad being so hot?

From the sparkle in his daughter's eyes, Aaron can see that hiring Callie was a good decision. But Callie's breathtaking smile and long legs have him thinking about his own needs. Aaron knows it's a bad idea to get involved with the nanny, but it's been years since anyone has captivated him like Callie.

When living under the same roof proves too tempting to resist, Callie and Aaron discover a mind-blowing passion unlike anything either has experienced. But with a curious child and a nosy family in the mix, their secret, no-strings fling soon turns into a twisted, tangled knot . . .

Her hands and words continued to push me. I wanted nothing more than to dig my hands into her hair, kiss her lips, and bring her to my bed. I wanted to lay her out, strip off her clothes, and fucking devour every inch of her body. I wanted to know what her skin tasted like and how she felt when I fucked her from behind. I wanted her, just her.
You told me the other night you couldn’t,” she said. “I think you should’ve said shouldn’t.”
I shrugged because I wasn’t sure it mattered. “Maybe.”
Is what we shouldn’t do the reason you didn’t want me to go out with Abel?”
Her hands moved from pushing on my chest to gripping the white fabric of my shirt. She was losing her patience and rightfully so. I hated it when people did that to me—keeping things hidden because they thought it might hurt. It only hurt when the truth was encased in lies.
I unclenched her hands from my shirt and placed her arms at her side. “Yes. That’s the reason I didn’t want you to go out with Abel.”
She folded her arms across her chest, waiting for more.
Fine. I’ll say it. There’s obviously something here between us, and we’re both fighting it like crazy. But I can’t fight it anymore,” I said. I paused, taking in a deep breath. “It can’t happen, Callie.”
Her face softened, or maybe it fell. I couldn’t tell.
I mean, there are too many reasons and too many implications,” I said. “I’m your boss for Christ’s sake. You live here, with me and my daughter. So, I don’t know whether it’s a case of shouldn’t or couldn’t. It’s both. I can’t.”
She bent to pick up her shoes and walked toward the stairs. After ascending three steps, she turned. “That’s all I needed to hear.”
I didn’t know what I expected, but it wasn’t the hurt sketched across her face or the cold tone of her voice. It was deserving. I knew that, but as I watched her leave me, I wasn’t sure if I could keep my word. The screaming inside my brain to follow her, to make her understand, crushed my insides.
She put up a good fight. I’d give her that.
I wished she would’ve fought a little longer.
My resolve, along with my bluff, was crumbling. I knew what was right, and I knew what I wanted. I was almost certain she felt the same.
Even though I laid it all out for her only moments before, if she came to me now, only moments later and told me it was okay, that she wanted me the same, I’d break.

(page 127)
Melissa Marino is a full-time writer and part-time Storm Trooper collector. When she's not writing, you can find her watching Friends reruns, mastering her cupcake frosting swirl and hunting for the perfect red lipstick. Melissa lives in Chicago with her husband, son and very opinionated dachshund.

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